November 2015

Optimizing subsea multiphase boosting station and controls

Enabled by the integration of a process-simulation tool and a transient, multiphase, pipe-flow simulator, an accurate simulation of the boosting station and its flowlines, within a single model, allows the capturing of key interactions between the processing equipment, the well, and flow conditions in the pipeline and riser.
Guillaume Becquin / GE Global Research, Germany Axel Busboom / GE Global Research, Germany R. Castane Selga / GE Global Research, Germany S. Abrol / GE Global Research, Germany Dejan Doder / GE Oil & Gas, Norway A. Jain / GE Oil & Gas, Norway T. Glomsaker / GE Oil & Gas, Norway Morten Hyllseth / Kongsberg Oil & Gas Technologies, Norway C. Ruigrok / Kongsberg Oil & Gas Technologies, Norway

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