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Offshore Structure

Offshore Structure

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Lecture 15A.1
Page 1 of 32
Offshore Structures: General Introduction
OBJECTIVE/SCOPE
To identify the basic vocabulary, to introduce the major concepts for offshore platformstructures, and to explain where the basic structural requirements for design are generated.
PREREQUISITES
None.
SUMMARY
The lecture starts with a presentation of the importance of offshore hydro-carbon exploitation,the basic steps in the development process (from seismic exploration to platform removal)and the introduction of the major structural concepts (jacket-based, GBS-based, TLP,floating). The major codes are identified.For the fixed platform concepts (jacket and GBS), the different execution phases are brieflyexplained: design, fabrication and installation. Special attention is given to some principles of topside design. A basic introduction to cost aspects is presented.Finally terms are introduced through a glossary.
1. INTRODUCTION
Offshore platforms are constructed to produce the hydrocarbons oil and gas. The contributionof offshore oil production in the year 1988 to the world energy consumption was 9% and isestimated to be 24% in 2000.The investment (CAPEX) required at present to produce one barrel of oil per day ($/B/D) andthe production costs (OPEX) per barrel are depicted in the table below.
Lecture 15A.1
Page 2 of 32Condition CAPEX $/B/D OPEX $/BConventional Average 4000 - 8000 5Middle East 500 - 3000 1Non-Opec 3000 - 12000 8OffshoreNorth Sea 10000 - 25000 5 - 10Deepwater 15000 - 35000 10 - 15World oil production in 1988 was 63 million barrel/day. These figures clearly indicate thechallenge for the offshore designer: a growing contribution is required from offshoreexploitation, a very capital intensive activity.Figure 1 shows the distribution of the oil and gas fields in the North Sea, a major contributionto the world offshore hydrocarbons. It also indicates the onshore fields in England, theNetherlands and Germany.
 
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Lecture 15A.1
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2. OFFSHORE PLATFORMS2.1 Introduction of Basic Types
The overwhelming majority of platforms are piled-jacket with deck structures, all built in steel(see Slides 1 and 2).Slide 1: Jacket based platform - Southern sector North SeaSlide 2: Jacket based platform - Northern sector North Sea

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