Forward thinking operators Statoil and Total envision complete subsea factories by 2020To make this vision a reality, a keynote operator panel including Total, Shell, and Saipem Spa, has been assembled at the Subsea Processing and Flow Assurance Conference (Houston, May 26-27) to analyse the business case for subsea processing and flow assurance.
This dual-track event covers a host of critical subsea processing and flow assurance topics to help you realize how to unlock deepwater resources, increase production efficiency and uptime.
Get the 2 day agenda and speaker line up here: http://bit.ly/1HgBwub
200+ subsea processing and flow assurance experts will be attending this conference to learn how to:
• Explore the vision behind moving the entire processing system to the seafloor as a way to maximize production and cut CAPEX and OPEX costs
• Discuss both the positive and negative impacts that low oil prices will have on the development of subsea processing
• Understand the importance of cross-industry collaboration, standardization and technology qualification to guarantee subsea factories will become a reality
Prominent speakers confirmed:
- Khalid Mateen, VP Engineering and Technology, Total
- Ed Grave, Fractionation & Separation Advisor, ExxonMobil
- Hans Christian Hamre, Subsea Processing Expert, Shell
- Giancarlo Mangiafico, Project Coordinator, Eni Petroleum
- Mike Stratton, Flow Assurance Lead, Hess
- E. Kurt Albaugh, Manager Of Project Services for Alaska, Repsol
- John Vicic, Retired Technology Program Manager Deepwater & Arctic, ConocoPhillips
- Janardhan Davalath, Manager, Western Region Subsea Processing and Global Subsea Power Systems FMC Technologies
- Neal Prescott Executive Director Offshore Technology, Fluor
- Chuck Horn Engineering Manager, Subsea Processing, Genesis
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how you can capitalize on the fast growing subsea processing market and unlock new contract opportunities for your business.