Riser Innovation And Influence on Future Subsea Fields in Norway
1 Jun 2021
This presentation covers the following:
Challenges for deepwater risers
Overview of Riser applications in Norway
Riser technology development
Carbon fibre technology
Overview of TCP / Hybrid offerings to market
Known benefits and limitations
Riser configuration options
Brief Case study
Alex is a Chartered Engineer with a first-class master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Bath and has been working for 2H Offshore since 2004. Alex has significant experience in the design and analysis of drilling and production systems for deepwater and shallow water developments, most notably as lead analysis engineer for BP’s Block 31 PSVM freestanding hybrid riser design project. Alex has taken on a number of managerial roles at 2H, including technical manager of the Norwich office, where he was responsible for integrating UWG’s shallow water riser and conductor engineering team and business into 2H. He has been a director in our London office since 2011.
Applications of Large Diameter Steel Lazy Wave Risers for Production Systems in Deepwater Norway
Application of Steel Lazy Wave Riser Solution in Deepwater and Comparison to Other Riser Types
Principal Flexible Riser Engineer
Nitin leads the Energy and Advisory business for 2H Offshore in the Asia-Pacific region. He has over 15 years of experience in renewables, oil & gas and decarbonisation industries. In his current role, he supports energy transition and decarbonisation industries at various stages of development. He is responsible for providing strategic advice, technical due diligence, and solutions for asset optimisation. He is passionate about leveraging digital technology to accelerate the energy transition towards a more sustainable future. Nitin holds an Executive MBA and did his PhD in mechanical engineering from the University of Western Australia.