Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference, taking place on 28 & 29 October 2014 in Amsterdam RAI, the Netherlands, stays on top of new developments. With a session on subsea processing the Offshore Energy Conference addresses a key innovative area.
Experts from frontrunners in subsea processing such as FMC Technologies, Aker Solutions and ExxonMobil Research Company, will present the viability of subsea processing for both green fields and brown fields.
Subsea processing provides an alternative to production equipment located on a fixed or floating platform. The subsea processing session at Offshore Energy Conference will discuss the latest developments in subsea processing solutions including water removal and re-injection or disposal, boosting, gas separation and gas compression.
The session features speakers with extensive experience on the subject matter. As director of the Separation Innovation & Research Centre, Mr. Reda Akdim is globally responsible for research, development and qualification of separation technologies within FMC Technologies.
Mr. Kjell Olav Stinessen, first chief engineer in subsea power & process division at Aker Solutions has been involved in the development of subsea compression. Mr. Ed Grave, ExxonMobil’s Upstream Fractionation & Separation Advisor developed and qualified ExxonMobil’s subsea conventional and compact separation system with his team.
Press Release, August 22, 2014; Image: FMC Technologies