Subsea Production Systems Engineering Course
November 13-16, 2007 • Houston, Texas
The Subsea Engineering Course provides an overview of all of the key processes, technologies and equipment that comprise contemporary subsea production developments. It focuses on how subsea hardware, pipelines, riser systems, and other equipment relate to design philosophies and how to establish a basis for subsea production system design. It also provides details of actual project activities, from the drilling of the well to bringing the system into production. Lectures are complemented by a plant tour to establish familiarity with specific hardware items. Read the complete program.
Who should attend:
- Project managers who want to know more about the technology they are directing.
- Project engineers who specialize in a specific area, but need to know about how other technologies interface with their own.
- Engineers from other disciplines who are moving into the subsea area.
- Newly qualified engineers who just coming into the offshore industry.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
On satisfactorily completing the course, participants will be eligible to receive 2.1 CEUs.