Media and Press updates
Subsea Expo: Long range & challenging tiebacks – eliminating the umbilical
Our General Manager, David Steed, will be presenting at Subsea Expo on February 12th, outlining how BPT's Power and Control Buoy technology can be employed to unlock long-range and challenging tiebacks.
More details at:
Subsea Expo: Succeeding with Marginal Developments
David Steed, General Manager BPT, presented at the OGA Marginal Developments session at Subsea Expo, outlining how our technologies can be employed to unlock marginal developments. David's slides can be downloaded from:
E&P magazine: Unlocking stranded reserves with unattended installations
BPT's Joel Maisey has been working with Siemens to define how unattended installations can help operators unlock stranded and marginal offshore developments. You can find the article at:
News- Future Proof
"As momentum grows behind small pools development, the OGTC and Crondall Energy are pioneering a project to design and demonstrate the technology necessary to realise a low-cost, flexible and normally unmanned installation. Wireline caught up with them to learn more about the 'Facility of the Future'."
Read more here: https://cld.bz/HYtQ21r/24/
Facility of the Future
Kicked off during June 2018, Facility of the Future is a collaborative study, led by Buoyant Production Technologies Ltd. on behalf of The Oil and Gas Technology Centre.
The goal of the study is to mature an understanding of how a Floating NUI can be utilised in the UKCS to enable the development of marginal and stranded fields.
To date we have completed non field specific pre-FEED engineering on a Floating NUI production buoy, demonstrating the technical feasibility and lifecycle cost benefits of this development approach and maturing the technology ready for field-specific studies.
The study has been supported by Total E&P, Premier Oil, Siemens, BW Offshore, Wartsila, Lloyds Register, Ampelmann, Subsea7 & DNV GL.
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