OFFSHORE & SUBSEA ENGINEERING FOR THE LONDON INSURANCE COMMUNITY
Who has this course been developed for?
Non-technical personnel from the Financial, Legal, Insurance and Underwriting communities who are regularly dealing with the subsea hydrocarbon and offshore sectors.
Common terminology and processes will be explained along with examples of unforeseen risks.
This course will be presented as a regular series of 30-40 minute long lunchtime Zoom webinars on Tuesdays and Thursdays, commencing on the 2nd of February 2021 and finishing on the 25th of March. These sessions will be interactive, with the opportunity for delegates to ask questions via the “chat” and for these to be discussed after each presentation.
Recordings will be made available for delegates to review and to catch up with any sessions they may have missed.
A brief summary of each Course Module has been presented below:-
Module 1 – Oil & Gas Projects
Project development activities and timelines
Types of Offshore Field Development with examples
Module 2 – Reservoir Identification
Seismic Survey operations
Pre-Concept data requirements
Module 3 – Survey & Positioning
Site Survey operations and Geotechnical sampling
Field layout and positioning of subsea facilities
Module 4 – Diving, ROVs and AUVs
Air and saturation diving systems
Workclass ROVs and autonomous systems
Module 5 – Case Study
West of Shetland Schiehallion (now Quad 204) development
What went well and what could have gone better
Module 6 – Drilling & Macondo
Subsea well drilling operations and key equipment
Macondo – what went wrong
Module 7 – Flow Assurance
Hydrocarbon system modelling and why it is critical
Operational risk event that will ruin your day
Module 8 – Pipelines & Risers
The different types of pipelay operations
Riser options in different regions and water depths
Module 9 – Trees & Manifolds
Subsea tree configurations
Manifold options for subsea facilities
Module 10 – Subsea Control Systems
What is a subsea control system and what does it do?
Examples of what can go wrong and how to fix it
Module 11 – Integration Testing
What happens and why this stage is critical
Key project risks and mitigation measures
Module 12 – Offshore Installation
Different equipment deployment methods
Understanding operational weather windows
Module 13 – FPSO Designs
New build vs conversion and their project phases
Mooring system designs and metocean conditions
Module 14 – Integrity Management
UK integrity regimes and interfaces
An example of a subsea Integrity management system
Module 15 – Intervention & Decommissioning
Subsea operational interventions and why they are needed
UKCS decommissioning requirements and potential changes
Module 16 – Technical Developments & a Low Carbon Future
Impact of automation of offshore equipment on insurance risk
The potential impact of a low carbon economy
SUT Member Rate: £797 (+VAT)
SUT Non-Member Rate: £997 (+VAT)
Invoice & Credit card: All major credit cards accepted.
Bank Transfer: Bank details will be advised on request, exclusive of transfer fees and currency exchange rates
VAT must be paid on all registration fees, including those from overseas.
Cancellations are subject to a 25% administration fee where the cancellation is made more than one calendar month before the date of the training course. No refund is payable for a cancellation made within the calendar month immediately prior to the training course – in this event the full sum shown on the invoice remains payable.