1. HP/HT Oil & Gas field optimal cooling
    HP/HT fields have very high temperatures. Accurate cooling before pipeline export is highly desirable for pipeline design and corrosion issues, while avoiding high viscosities, wax formation or hydrates.
  2. Conventional Subsea Gas
    SubCoolTM active cooling reduces corrosion & pipeline buckling, replacing ineffective, expensive, passive pipeline cooling spools.
  3. Deepwater Gas
    SubCoolTM active cooling reduces corrosion, replaces ineffective, passive pipeline cooling spools, while optimising insulation. With separation, 80-90% of water is removed with a huge reduction in glycol use. Removal of liquids reduces pressure loss.
  4. Improved, robust Subsea Compression
    Superior subsea compression performance and ‘design-ability’
    Gas remains outside the hydrate zone with upstream glycol injection not required True processing possible, as per a surface compression facility.
  5. Pre-FLNG seabed cooling & processing
    Huge potential on almost every FLNG opportunity. Cooling and pre-processing possible. Approximately 10% of the total cooling duty completed on the seabed. Why accept higher arrival temperatures with increased cooling duties? Other processing and flow assurance advantages. Economics compelling.
  6. Surface support hub concept with full subsea gas processing solution
    The optimal solution between surface & seabed processing options. Unlimited tie-back distance potential.
    Gas is fully processed subsea with minimal surface support hub for control, power & liquids processing.

opportunities2