5 days PL/SUBROV
- This course is designed for engineers and technicians whose activity is related to the operation of Oil & Gas subsea facilities.
- This course provides technical knowledge on Oil & Gas Subsea facilities.
- Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
- define roles of operational means,
- select intervention means (ROV, vessels, etc.),
- organize contracts and find criteria to select contractors.
- No prerequisites for this course.
Ways and means
- Lectures carry numerous examples from ongoing projects.
- Trainers are specialized engineers currently involved in deep offshore projects.
- Through the DCS by the “production team”.
- Through the SCU by the subsea engineer.
OPERATING PHILOSOPHY IN DEGRADED MODE
- Case studies.
- Typical preservation sequence.
- Case studies.
- Construction and multi-purpose support vessels.
- Surface and subsea positioning.
- ROV/diving operations.
- Description of main subsea interventions methods.
- Subsea System/“Production” Equipment availability.
- “Production” efficiency.
- Intervention means permanent availability versus intervention campaigns.
- Intervention means capability.
- Decision making parameters.
“STANDARD” MEANS (intervention support vessel & ROV - Remote Operated Vehicles)
- ROV controls, LARS & TMS.
- ROV supported/operated tools & skids.
- Technical specifications.
- Functional specifications.
- Contract strategy (charter & service).
- Acceptance checking & testing.
- Contract management.
ORGANIZATION & REPORTING
- Key participants, responsibilities, communication, …
- Hazard identification, risk assessment.
- Simops “dossiers”, SHZ definition.
- Work permits.
- Mean times for “standard” interventions.