Subsea Compression Applications - Panel Session
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The use of Subsea gas compression technology for subsea re-injection and/or gas transport boosting represents a new and exciting application for rotating equipment, which will allow new gas/condensate field production opportunities, enhanced recovery of existing gas/condensate fields and cost effective production from marginal gas fields. This panel session includes short presentations on the benefits of subsea compression, an overview of currently ongoing projects, and recent advances and technologies that are available and/or under development for subsea gas compression. The panel session includes presentations from STATOIL, INTECSEA, MAN DIESEL & TURBO, GE OIL & GAS and DRESSER-RAND. The respective presentation titles are: DATUM I Compressor for Subsea Applications: Update on Qualification Efforts- Dresser-Rand; HOFIMTM Type Compressors for Subsea Applications – MAN Diesel & Turbo; Improving Recovery with Subsea Compression – INTECSEA; GE Oil & Gas Experience in Subsea Gas Compression technology Development – GE Oil & Gas; Realization of Subsea Gas Compression – Statoil.
Gilarranz, Jose L.; Baumann, Urs; Bongini, Francesco; Hedne, Pal E.; Maier, William C.; McKee, Michael; Bigi, Manuele (2013). Subsea Compression Applications - Panel Session. Texas A&M University. Turbomachinery Laboratories. Available electronically from