Deep Water Subsea Engineering
DEEP WATER SUBSEA ENGINEERING
Enprox Flow Assurance engineers consider the capabilities and requirements for all parts of the system over the entire production life, ensuring the system can operate successfully and economically. Enprox system designers consider flow assurance fundamentals such as reservoir characteristics, production profiles, produced fluid chemistry, and environmental conditions to reach a suitable configuration. Typical parameters established as part of the design effort include tubing and flowline diameters, insulation, chemical injection requirements, hydrate management, host facility requirements, operating boundaries, shutdown and risk mitigation.
Systems Integration personnel work closely with customer engineers, contractors and vendors throughout the life of the project to coordinate, assist, and/or execute system-wide work activities, and provide necessary support for required certification and regulatory approval. Our engineers work to assure that the total system has been defined, conceived, and executed with appropriate attention to all system requirements and constraints.
All types of floating systems—TLPs, Spars, Monohulls, (FPSO, FSO, FPU, etc.) and Semi-Submersibles. Enprox has access to the world’s leader in floating system design for the offshore oil and gas industry
Enprox’s Process and Technology engineers monitor and champion the application and development of Subsea Processing and other Active Production Technologies, including subsea separation, subsea pumping, subsea compression, multiphase metering, HPHT systems, electric flowline heating and new and emerging technologies. Focus is on the subsea equipment and subsystems needed to enable deepwater Long Distance Delivery Systems.
Integrity and Risk Management (IRM) is a continuous process applied throughout the asset lifecycle to help assure project success by ensuring that facilities are operated safely, environmentally, and economically and that they remain fit-for-purpose throughout life.