Subsea Engineering


Subsea Systems (Course 220)

About The Course

Managing Subsea projects could be challenging without adequate knowledge, this course is designed to provide delegates with knowledge of equipment, market drivers and issues affecting subsea production, subsea abandonment and decommissioning

Course Participants

This course is ideal for engineers, technical team leaders and managers looking for an overview of subsea systems.

Course Presentation

The course is presented in an interactive form with scenario-based exercises, its information-packed and uses a variety of media to enhance learning including photos, graphics, animations, video, physical samples and question-and-answer sessions

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the course, participants will be able to

  • Understand the development of oil recovery from the first oil wells to modern day subsea fields
  • Understand the process of drilling and completing a subsea well
  • Identify various subsea configurations, their advantages and disadvantages
  • Understand how well production is controlled and commingled with other well flows
  • Identify the various challenges associated with mutiphase flow and possible solutions
  • Identify the various types of processing equipment available
  • Identify various design requirements for subsea equipment and installation methods
  • Understand the needs, and the economics of subsea intervention, workovers and abandonment

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