February 2019
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Qualification of a 20,000-psi subsea BOP: A collaborative approach

To navigate continually changing HPHT design and regulatory requirements, a collaborative approach is required. The team is qualifying a 20,000-psi rated BOP. Engineers are hopeful that the HPHT design process will reach the same level of standardization as today’s 15,000-psi equipment, after completion of this and similar qualification efforts.
Daniel Kluk / Stress Engineering Services

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