Pushing the Boundaries of Subsea Design with Oil and Gas Digital Twin

Webinar on demand | 37 minutos

Digital twins allow oil and gas companies to predict and perfect the performance of their subsea designs, throughout the lifetime of the asset.

An oil and gas digital twin for subsea design equipment
Pushing the Boundaries of Subsea Design with Oil and Gas Digital Twin

Successfully designing, installing, operating, and maintaining oil and gas production facilities on the floor of the ocean is one of the most difficult and challenges that engineering has to offer.

Using Digital Twin technology, oil and gas operators can build a living, breathing model of subsea equipment that will evolve along with the physical asset. This will allow operators to design subsea equipment that meets all of the challenges that it encounters in its operational lifetime.

Learn how to increase subsea gas production rate by 25% with a digital twin in oil and gas

Effective use of digital twin technology for subsea oil and gas design and operations can significantly increase production, by minimizing downtime, and by predicting the most efficient way to optimize control systems, in order to deal with changes in maturing assets. This webinar will explore how digital twins have helped oil and gas companies to significantly boost production.

Benefits of oil and gas simulation software:

For digital twins to fulfill their potential they must be predictive, not only monitoring the “as is” condition of a subsea asset but also predicting how that operation will be influenced by changing conditions. Oil and gas simulation software (such as computational fluid dynamics) provide the predictive capability for oil and gas operators to answer “what if” questions and optimize the performance of their assets under all possible operating conditions, including some that were never part of the design envelope.

Meet our CFD for oil and gas experts:

Gaétan Bouzard – Marketing Manager – Simcenter Software Solutions for Oil and Gas
Gaetan started as a Product Manager at Siemens Engineering Services focusing on system simulation applications for energy management. He is now an industry manager for oil and gas simulation software.

Pierre Petit – Flow Assurance Engineer – MsEng Integrated Solutions – Production Assurance
Pierre is a Principal Engineer at OneSubsea with over 15 years of experience in flow assurance. His career covers a wide range of projects from conceptual to detail engineering and beyond. He has extensively been working on flow assurance issues through this career. Five years ago, Pierre rediscovered the world of CFD simulation for oil and gas, and since then he has been working on erosion and flow-induced vibration analysis.

Dr. Bruce Kakimpa – Principal Engineer
Bruce is a Principal Engineer at Norton Straw with over 10 years of experience in CFD, ASAE meters, and engineering challenges across subsea design and oil and gas process sectors.