Aquaterra Energy will be presenting a paper on Dual Barrier HPHT Riser Systems at the upcoming HPHT 2016 Conference. Ben Cannell, Aquaterra Energy’s Product Manager, will deliver a presentation covering subsea operations from Jack Ups and the economic/technical benefits this drilling, intervention or abandonment philosophy can deliver for HPHT projects in Houston on 21st September 2016.
During the session, challenges with the expansion of incumbent technologies into ever harsher HPHT environments will be discussed and solutions such as dual bore systems and riser monitoring explored. Attendees will gain an understanding of the equipment and process involved in order to perform HPHT subsea operations from a Jack Up in shallow water and the economic and technical benefits this drilling, intervention or abandonment philosophy can deliver.
Stewart Maxwell, Technical Director of Aquaterra Energy added “This is a great opportunity for Aquaterra Energy to show how modifications to existing technology can allow riser systems to operate in higher pressure regions, whilst retaining the operational benefits that working from Jack Ups provide.”