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Using A Digital Twin to Enable Safe, Reliable and Efficient Design and Operation

Subsea engineering and production present some of the most complex engineering challenges in the energy industry. Deepwater, harsh offshore environments and complex operating conditions make design, installation and reliable operation even more challenging than onshore or platform-based systems. In this white paper we look at the role of engineering simulation across a wide range of aspects related to the full lifecycle of subsea equipment and facilities throughout the operating life.

Date
7/15/2021
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Implementing a Successful Oil & Gas Sampling Program

With aging equipment and facilities, operators face increasing challenges in maintaining equipment reliability, integrity and safety. One of the biggest hidden threats to efficient and safe operation is deteriorating sampling equipment. However, oil and gas companies often operate sampling systems as separate entities within their systems. This leaves operations open to gaps and potential risks in their sampling system.

Date
7/15/2021
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Digital Lifecycle Excellence in the Energy & Utilities Industry

Learn how to apply physical and digital assets to deliver top performance across all categories. Today, modern energy and utility companies are faced with the complex task of getting more value from their physical assets and supporting data to improve efficiency and reduce costs. Using a digital lifecycle excellence approach to organize and consolidate that data will provide opportunities to increase competitiveness across your organization.

Date
7/12/2021
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The Evolution Of Composite Riser Systems: A different approach to managing corrosion in the pre-salt

Corrosion costs the oil and gas industry $1.372 billion every year. No operator is more aware of the high costs of corrosion than Petrobras. In Brazil’s deepwater pre-salt reserves no pipe comprising metallics has so far evaded corrosion due to the combination of hydrogen sulfide, water and high temperatures. The problem has led Petrobras to look to Magma’s composite m-pipe. We have been working to qualify m-pipe in Brazil and share our initial results in this paper.

Date
6/15/2021
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