Offshore Production Operations Facilities
Equipment and Procedures
In an offshore petroleum engineering industry, the ability to maintain a profitable business depends to a large degree on the efficiency and reliability of the structure, the equipment and the engineer. The major problem faced by most producers is the shortage of experience engineers to meet the consumer demand while maintaining a profitable operation. The goal Offshore Operations Facilities: Procedures and Equipment is twofold: 1) provide new engineers with the tools and methods which will assist them in maximizing efficiency while minimizing cost and 2) help them prepare for the many operational variables involved in offshore operations. This book will clearly present the working knowledge of subsea production operations and demonstrate how to conduct optimization of subsea processing facilities. Divided into two parts, the first half of the book covers the fundamentals principles governing of offshore engineering structural design as well as production operations, procedures and, equipment. The second part include special problems of deepwater oil-gas engineering and beach oil engineering, submarine pipeline engineering and cable engineering, and safety system engineering of offshore oil.
Published: August 2014
Imprint: Gulf Professional Publishing
- Offshore oil-gas engineering
- Environment and environmental load
- Offshore oil-gas drilling and equipment
- Offshore oil (gas) production engineering and equipment
- Special problems of deepwater oil-gas engineering
- Beach oil engineering,
- Submarine pipeline engineering and cable engineering
- Safety system engineering of offshore oil.