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systems and equipment described herein. No installed,
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CHART 1 – SUBSEA SUPPLIER MATRIX (As of Feb., 2010)
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.ORWEGIAN3EA
Tordis (Seµaration, Boostinq, wí)
Troll (Seµaration, wí)
Tyrihans (water ínjection)
Brauqen (Boostinq)
ßela (Boostinq)
Asqard (Comµression)
0rmen Lanqe (Comµression)
BEM0 2OOO (Comµression)
ßullaks (Comµression)
Troll (Comµression)
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Toµacio (Boostinq)
Ceiba FFB (Boostinq)
Ceiba 8 & 4 (Boostinq)
.ORTH3EA
Columbia East (water ínjection)
Brenda & hicol (Boostinq)
Lyell (Boostinq)
Arqyll (Seµaration)
Machar/ETAF (Boostinq) -EDITERRANEAN
Fre/ioso (Boostinq)
Montana/o & Lubina
!NGOLA
Fa/llor (Seµaration)
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Shtokman (Comµression)
Snohvit (Comµression)
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Jubarte (Boostinq)
Jubarte EwT (Boostinq)
ßollino (Boostinq)
Canaµu (Seµaration)
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Zakum (Seµaration) '/-
Ferdido (Seµaration, Boostinq)
havajo (Boostinq)
Kinq (Boostinq)
SFS (Seµaration)
Cascade & Chinook (Boostinq)
3OUTH#HINA3EA
Lulenq (Boostinq)
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BC·1O (Seµaration)
Marimba (Seµaration)
BC·1O (Boostinq)
Marlim (Seµaration)
Barracuda (Boostinq)
Albacora (water ínjection)
Esµardate (Boostinq)
7ESTERN!USTRALIA
Mutineer/Exeter (Boostinq)
vincent (Boostinq)
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Abandoned, Removed
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0ualilied/Testinq
Conceµtual Froject
GlobAl DISTrIbuTIoN of SubSEA ProCESSING TEChNoloGy
SUBSEA GAS COMPRESSION SYSTEMS & PRODUCTS BY COMPANY
Courtesy of Aker solutions
Fig. 1: Aker Solutions – Proposed Ormen
Lange SS Gas Compression Package
Courtesy of Aker solutions
Fig. 2: Aker Solutions – GasBooster™
SS Wet Gas Compression System
Fig.6: Extended Loop
Testing of Full Scale
FRAMO 4MW Multi-Phase
Compressor
Courtesy of frAMo
enGineerinG
Fig. 4: Kvaerner Booster
Station (KBS) for SS
Gas Compression
Courtesy of
Ge oil & GAs
SUBSEA SEPARATION SYSTEMS
Courtesy of fMC teCHnoloGies
Fig. 1A: FMC SS Separation System – Tordis Project
Fig. 2A & 2B: Twister BV Gas/Liquids Separation System
Fig. 1B: Tordis Separation Schematic
Fig. 1C: Tordis Separator Courtesy of tWister BV
Fig. 3: Twister BV Gas/Liquids
Separation System
Courtesy of tWister BV
Fig. 4: Cameron’s Micro Separation System
Courtesy of CAMeron
Courtesy of CAMeron
Fig. 5: Cameron’s 2-Phase Separation System
Fig. 6: FMC Gas/Liquid Separation &
Boosting System
Courtesy of fMC teCHnoloGies
Fig. 7A & 7B: FMC Liquid/Liquid Separation
Using In-Line Separation Technology
Courtesy of fMC teCHnoloGies
Fig. 8: Caisson/ESP Separation System
Courtesy of BAker HuGHes Centrilift
Fig. 9: Petrobras’s
Vertical Annular
Separation and
Pumping System
Courtesy of Aker solutions
Courtesy of Aker solutions
Fig. 10: Troll C Subsea Separation Longest
Running Subsea Separator (Note 15)
Fig. 11: Aker Solution’s DeepBooster™ System –
Gas/Liquid Separation & Liquid Boosting System
Fig.12A: Petrobras’s Centrifugal Subsea Submersible Pumps (BCSS)
Fig.12B: BCSS
Fig. 13: FMC’s Direct Vertical
Access Caisson with ESP
Boosting (A Gas – Liquid
Separation & Boosting System)
Courtesy of fMC teCHnoloGies
Courtesy of Ge oil & GAs
Courtesy of PetroBrAs
ACKNoWlEDGEMENT of ThE CoNTrIbuTorS
INTECSEA, bhP billiton, and Offshore Magazine wish to acknowledge the following individuals and companies who continue
to support our efforts to educate and inform the oil & gas industry on the status of subsea processing technology.
Aker Solutions: Audun Grynning; baker hughes: Ben Gould and Ray Watson; Cameron: David Morgan and John Byeseda;
framo Engineering: Peter Batho; fMC Technologies: Chris Shaw, Ricardo Egito, Stacy Roll; Schlumberger: Omar Arciniegas, Steve Wilson,
and Kevin Scarsdale; Technip: Chuck Horn, Yasser Bangash, Tim Lowry, Stephanie Roberts
MARCH 2010
M A G A Z I N E
STATUS OF THE TECHNOLOGY
2010 Worldwide Survey of Subsea
Processing: Separation, Compression,
and Pumping Systems
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TABLE 2 – METHODS/CONFIGURATIONS
METHOD/CONFIGURATION
TECHNOLOGY
STATUS
SAMPLE PROJECTS
Where systems have
progressed the furthest
CONCEPTUAL
QUALIFIED
INSTALLED OR
OPERATING
SUBSEA COMPRESSION METHODS/CONFIGURATIONS
1 Centrifugal (AKS, Siemens/FMC) Q Ormen Lange, Asgard
2 Contra-Rotating Axial (Framo WGC) Q
3 Twin-Screw Multiphase Pump C
WELL PRODUCTION FLOW BOOSTING METHODS/CONFIGURATIONS
1 MPP Per Well O Ceiba C3 & C4
2 MPP at SS Manifold O Ceiba
3 MPPs Incorporated within SS Manifold I Brenda, Exeter + Mutineer
4 MPP at Flowline Inlet I Ceiba, Shiehallion, Vincent, Azurite
5 MPP at Riser Base Q
6 ESP Downhole in SS Well O Otter, Gannet, Lihua
7 ESP Downhole + MPP O Mutineer/Exeter
8 ESP Downhole + Caisson ESP O Jubarte
9 ESP Downhole + ESP Horiz. Boost Station Q
10 ESP Vertical Boost Station (Caisson ESP) Q Golfinho
11 ESP Horizontal Seafloor Boost Station Q Cascade/Chinook
12 ESP in Flowline Riser O Navajo
13 ESP in Flowline Jumper (Note 1) C
SUBSEA WATER INJECTION METHODS/CONFIGURATIONS
1 Produced WI System (with SS Separation) O Troll C Pilot
2 Raw Sea Water SS Injection System I Colomba E
SUBSEA SEPARATION METHODS/CONFIGURATIONS
1 In-line Supersonic - Twister Technology Q Canapu Field
2 ESP Downhole Oil/Water Separation Q
3 ESP Downhole Gas/Liquid Separation Q
4 ESP Caisson Separation I Marimba (VASPS)
5 2-Phase - Gas/Liquid Q Pazflor
6 2-Phase - Water/Oil with Water Reinjection I Troll C Pilot
7 3-Phase - Gas, then Oil/Water I Tordis
NOTE 1. Brownfield application using existing infrastructure. Courtesy of inteCseA & BHP Billiton
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Flateau (Feak Froduction) Facility Limitation
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Boostinq Time
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LIIa oI FIaId (LüF) 8oosIIng · ünronsIraInad
Courtesy of BHP Billiton
Graphs 1A, 1B, 1C – SS BOOSTING POTENTIAL
TABLE 3 – DRIVERS / REASONS FOR:
1.0 SUBSEA COMPRESSION
1.1 Increase subsea tieback distance
1.2 Improve flow assurance issues
1.3 Eliminate offshore platform(s)
1.4 Enabler - Without the technology the field could not be economically and/or
technically developed (i.e. - Gas subsea tieback under the ice in Arctic regions)
2.0 SUBSEA BOOSTING
2.1 RESERVOIR ADVANTAGES
2.1.1 Increase ultimate recovery by lowering abandonment pressure
2.1.2 Enable oil recovery from low pressure reservoirs
2.1.3 Enable oil recovery for low quality fluids
2.1.4 Enable oil recovery where otherwise not possible
2.1.5 Increase drainage area per well
2.2 PRODUCTION ADVANTAGES
2.2.1 Increase production rate by reducing the flowing wellhead pressure
2.2.2 Reduce OPEX by reducing recovery time (shorten life of field)
2.2.3 Offset high friction pressure losses in flowline due to fluid viscosity
2.2.4 Offset elevation head pressure loss
2.3 FACILITIES ADVANTAGES
2.3.1 Longer subsea tiebacks
2.3.2 Reduce CAPEX on topsides equipment and pipelines
3.0 SUBSEA WATER INJECTION
3.1 Eliminate topsides water injection handling equipment
3.2 Eliminate water injection flowlines
4.0 SUBSEA SEPARATION
4.1 Minimize topsides water handling
4.2 Remove liquids from gas stream
TABLE 4 – INDUSTRY ACRONYMS
& ABBREVIATIONS
AL Artifical Lift
BCSS "Subsea Separation Systems" pictures figure
12a and 12b
BPD Barrels per Day
BOPD Barrels of Oil per Day
CAPEX Capital Expenditures
COSSP Configurable Subsea Separation & Pumping
CSSP Centrifugal Subsea Submersible Pump
CTCU Cable Traction Control Unit
DMBS Deepwater Multiphase Boosting System
ESP Electrical Submersible Pump
FFD Full Field Development
FO First Oil
FPS Floating Production System
FPSO Floating, Production, Storage, & Offloading
Vessel
GOWSP Gas-Oil-Water Separation Platform
GVF Gas Volume Fraction
GLR Gas Liquid Ratio
Hp Horsepower
HV High Voltage
ICS Integrated Compressor System
IOR Improved (Increased) Oil Recovery
JIP Joint Industry Project
KBS Kvaerner Booster Station
kW Kilowatt
LDDM Long Distance Delivery Management
LDDS Long Distance Delivery System
LOF Life of Field
MARS™ Multiple Application Re-Injection System
MBLPD Thousand Barrels of Liquid per Day
MBOPD Thousand Barrels of Oil Per Day
MBWPD Thousand Barrels of Water Per Day
MMBO Million Barrels of Oil
MMBOE Million Barrels of Oil Equivalent
MPP Multiphase Pump
MW Mega Watts
NF Natural Flow
OPEX Operating Expenditures
PCM Power Control Module
PCDM Power and Communication Distribution
Module
PLIM Pipeline Inline Manifold
ROV Remote Operated Vehicle
RPM Revolutions Per Minute
RWI Raw Water Injection
SCM Subsea Control Module
SFB Seafloor Boosting
SIORS Subsea Increased Oil Recovery System
SMUBS Shell Multiphase Underwater Boost Station
SPEED Subsea Power Electrical Equipment
Distribution
SS Subsea
SSBI Subsea Separation Boosting Injection
SUBSIS Subsea Separation and Injection System
SWIT Subsea Water Injection and Treatment
System
TLP Tension Leg Platform
VASPS Vertical Annular Separation and Pumping
System
VFD Variable Frequency Drive
VSD Variable Speed Drive
WD Water Depth
WGC Wet Gas Compressor
WI Water Injection
WIP Water Injection Pump
ADDITIONAL RESOURCE
For those who want to understand "Subsea
Processing Terminology" view Poseidon Group AS's
document from the following web path:
http://posccaesar.vestforsk.no/intra/Portals/0/reports/
processing.pdf
SUBSEA SEPARATION TYPES
2-Phase (Gas/Liquid)
2-Phase (Oil/Water)
3-Phase (Gas/Oil/Water)
4-Phase (3-Phase with solids removal & disposal)
Courtesy of inteCseA & BHP Billiton
4.0 SUBSEA SEPARATION (continued)
4.3 Increase hydrocarbon production volume
4.4 Decrease total boost system power requirements
4.5 Accelerate and/or increase recovery
4.6 Improve flow management and flow assurance
4.7 Reduce CAPEX on topsides processing equipment and pipelines
4.8 Reduce chemical treatment costs
4.9 Improve economics of field with low GOR, high viscosity and low permeability.
Courtesy of inteCseA & BHP Billiton
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COURTESY OF BHP BlLLlTON & lNTECSEA
hoIas.
1. As stated in µublished µublic domain articles.
Z. kIng · Froduction rate increase ol 2O% and lile ol lield extension by 5 years is anticiµated.
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hoIas.
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SUBSEA BOOSTING METHODS USING ESPs
Courtesy of BAker HuGHes Centrilift
Fig. 3: ESP Jumper Boosting System
Fig. 1: Horizontal ESP Boosting Station
Courtesy of BAker HuGHes
Fig. 4: ESP in Flowline Riser
Courtesy of BAker HuGHes
Fig. 2: ESP in Caisson Boosting System
Courtesy of fMC teCHnoloGies
Fig. 5: Seafloor Boosting System Using
ESPs in Caissons
Courtesy of Aker solutions
SUBSEA PROCESSING ENABLER – MARS™ (Multiple Application Re-injection System)
Courtesy of CAMeron MArs™ was developed by Des operations ltd., now a Cameron Company
Fig. 1: MARS™ Subsea Tree
Interface diagram.
Fig. 2: Cameron’s MARS™
System on SS Tree
Fig. 3: MARS™ First Application:
BP King Project (2007)
Fig. 3: FMC Technologies SS Gas Compression Station
Courtesy of fMC teCHnoloGies
Fig. 1A: Aker Solutions – MultiBooster™ System
Courtesy of CAMeron
Fig. 2: CAMFORCE™ Boosting System
Courtesy of floWserVe
Fig. 3: Flowserve SS Pumping System
Fig.5: Framo SS MultiManifold
Incorporates Multiphase Boosting, Multiphase
Metering, Multiport Selector Manifold for up to 8
wells and with Fiber optics and Hydraulics Control
system. Two systems delivered to Oilexco.
Courtesy of frAMo enGineerinG
Fig.4: Loadout of 1 of 6 Framo 2.3MW
Hybrid Pumps for the Pazflor Project
Courtesy of frAMo enGineerinG
Courtesy of fMC teCHnoloGies
Fig. 6: FMC Technologies SS Multiphase Pump Fig. 7: SBMS-500 System prior
to installation for Petrobras
Courtesy of Curtiss-WriGHt & leistritZ
Fig. 8: Petrobras’ SBMS-500 Subsea
Multiphase Pump on Flowline Base
Courtesy of Curtiss-WriGHt & leistritZ
Fig.9: Loadout of two (2) Schiehallian SS Boosting
Stations, Power and Control Module and two (2)
Manifolds in mid-2006.
Courtesy of frAMo enGineerinG
SUBSEA MULTIPHASE PUMPING SYSTEMS
Courtesy of Aker solutions
Fig. 1B
Fig. 10A & 10B: VetcoGray Oil & Gas Studio Pump Station
Courtesy of VetCoGrAy, A Ge oil & GAs Buisiness
SUBSEA WATER INJECTION SYSTEMS
Fig. 1: Aker Solutions LiquidBooster™ Subsea Raw
Seawater Injection System (Photo: StatoilHydro Tyrihans
SS Raw Seawater Injection (SRSWI) System)
Courtesy of Aker solutions
Fig. 5: Well Processing’s new
Sea Water Injection
and Treatment System (SWIT)
now in development in Norway.
Courtesy of Well ProCessinG Courtesy of Well ProCessinG
Fig. 4: Well Processing SWIT
System as a template.
Fig. 3: One of four (4) Albacora Raw Seawater WI Pump Systems
undergoing system integration testing in Framo test dock in late 2009.
Courtesy of frAMo enGineerinG
Courtesy of Aker solutions
Fig. 2: Installation of the Tyrihans
SS Raw Seawater Injection
(SRSWI) System
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Fig. 5: FRAMO Wet
Gas Compressor
(Conceptual)
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enGineerinG
TABLE 1 – WORLDWIDE SURVEY OF SUBSEA GAS COMPRESSION, BOOSTING, WATER INJECTION, AND SEPARATION (1)
PROCESSING
DISCIPLINE
COUNT
FIELD OR PROJECT
(Ordered by Start Date)
CURRENT STATUS
COMMENTS
OWNER/
FIELD
OPERATOR
REGION/
BASINS
WATER
DEPTH
TIEBACK
DISTANCE
SYSTEM TOTAL
FLOW RATE
(@LINE
CONDITIONS)
DIFFERENTIAL
PRESSURE
POW
ER (2)
GAS VOLUM
E
FRACTION (GVF) (5)
SYSTEM
PACKAGER
NO. OF
PUMPS
PUMP TYPE or
COMPR. TYPE
COMPRESSOR/PUMP
MANUFACTURER
IN-SERVICE/OPERATING
INFORMATION OPERATIONAL HISTORY & FUTURE OPERATIONAL SCHEDULE
COMPANY Meters Feet Km Miles M3/Hr. MBOPD
MBWPD
BAR
(3)
PSI
(3) MW % OF
VOL. COMPANY PUMPS or
COMPR. TYPE COMPANY START (11)
(Month-Year)
END or
PRESENT MTHS 1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
S
U
B
S
EA
G
A
S

C
O
M
P
R
ES
S
IO
N
1 DEMO 2000 Q Statoil K-Lab Test StatoilHydro Offshore Norway 3.60 n/a Framo Engineering Counter Axial Framo Engineering 2001
2 Ormen Lange (4) Q Wet Gas Compression StatoilHydro Offshore Norway 860 2,821 120 75.0 520 78.5 60.0 870 60.00 n/a Aker Solutions 8 Centrifugal GE Compr/Aker Pump 2011
3 Aasgard - Midgard & Mikkel Fields Q Wet Gas Compression StatoilHydro Offshore Norway 300 984 53.0 33.1 TBD TBD TBD TBD 16.00 n/a FMC Tech./Aker Sol. Centrifugal Man Turbo/Siemens 2012
4 Gullfaks Q Wet Gas Compression StatoilHydro Offshore Norway 150 492 16.0 10.0 4,800 725.1 30.0 435 5.00 95% Framo Engineering 1 Counter Axial Framo Engineering 2012
5 Troll C StatoilHydro Offshore Norway 340 1,116 4.0 2.5 n/a TBA Undecided TBA 2016
6 Shtokman C Gazprom Barents Sea 350 1,148 565.0 353.1 240.00 n/a TBA Centrifugal TBA 2020
7 Snohvit C StatoilHydro Barents Sea 345 1,132 143.0 89.4 60.00 n/a TBA Centrifugal TBA 2020
FU
LL W
ELLS
TR
EA
M
S
U
B
S
EA
B
O
O
S
TIN
G

SEABED & RISER ONLY, EXCLUDES DOW
NHOLE ESPs
1 Prezioso (20) A MPP at Base of Platform AGIP Italy 50 164 0.0 0.0 65 9.8 40.0 580 0.15 30-90% Nuovo Pignone (8) 1 Twin-Screw GE Oil & Gas 1994
2 Gela Field A AGIP 1994
3 Draugen Field A SMUBS Project, 1MPP A/S Norske Shell Offshore Norway 270 886 6.0 3.7 193 29.2 53.3 773 0.75 42% Framo Engineering 1 Helico-Axial Framo Engineering Nov-95 Nov-96 12.2
4 Lufeng 22/1 Field (9)(19) A Tieback to FPSO StatoilHydro South China Sea 330 1,083 1.0 0.6 1,600 241.7 35.0 508 0.40 3% Framo Eng./FMC Tech. 5+2 Spare Centrifugal (1P) Framo Engineering Jan-98 Jul-09 138.0
5 Machar Field (ETAP Project) A Hydraulic Turbine Drive BP Amoco North Sea 85 277 35.2 21.9 1,100 166.2 22.0 319 0.65 64% Framo Engineering 2+1 Spare Helico-Axial Framo Engineering 1999 Never Installed
6 Topacio Field O 1 x Dual MPP System ExxonMobil Equatorial Guinea 500 1,641 9.0 5.6 940 142.0 35.0 508 0.86 75% Framo Engineering 2+1 Spare Helico-Axial Framo Engineering Aug-00 Feb-10 113.8
7 Ceiba C3 and C4 O Phase 1 SS MPP Project Amerada Hess Equatorial Guinea 750 2,461 7.5 4.7 600 90.6 45.0 653 0.84 75% Framo Engineering 2+1 Spare Helico-Axial Framo Engineering Oct-02 Feb-10 87.9
8 Jubarte EWT I,N Riser lift to Seillean drillship Petrobras Espirito Santo Basin 1,400 4,593 1.4 0.9 145.0 21.9 140.0 2,000 0.70 22% FMC Technologies 1 ESP Schlumberger (REDA) Dec-02 Dec-06 47.9
9 Ceiba Field (FFD) O Full Field Development (FFD) Amerada Hess Equatorial Guinea 700 2,297 7.5 4.7 2,500 337.6 45.0 580 1.10 75% Framo Engineering 5 Helico-Axial Framo Engineering Dec-03 Feb-10 73.9
10 Mutineer/Exeter O 2 x Single MPP Systems Santos NW Shelf, Australia 145 476 7.0 4.3 1,200 181.3 30.0 435 1.10 0-40% Framo Engineering 7 ESPs, 2+1 Spare Helico-Axial Framo Engineering (16) Mar-05 Feb-10 59.0
11 Lyell I,N SS Tieback to Ninian South CNR UK North Sea 146 479 15.0 9.3 1,100 166.2 18.0 261 1.60 40-70% Aker Solutions 1 Twin-Screw Bornemann Jan-06 Dec-06 11.0
12 Navajo Field (17) O ESP in Flowline Riser Anadarko GOM 1,110 3,642 7.2 4.5 24 3.6 40.2 583 0.75 57% Baker Hughes 1 ESP Baker Hughes Feb-07 Feb-10 35.9
13 Jubarte Field O Seabed ESP-MOBO, Uses BCSS (14) Petrobras Espirito Santo Basin 1,350 4,429 4.0 2.5 120 18.1 138.0 2,002 0.90 10-40% FMC Technologies 1 ESP Schlumberger (REDA) Mar-07 Jul-09 27.5
14 Brenda & Nicol Fields O MultiManifold with 1 MPP OILEXCO N.S. UK North Sea 145 476 8.5 5.3 800 120.8 19.0 276 1.10 75% Framo Engineering 1+1 Spare Helico-Axial Framo Engineering Apr-07 Feb-10 34.0
15 King (7) (27) I,N SS Tieback to Marlin TLP BP GOM, MC Blocks 1,700 5,578 29.0 18.0 497 75.0 50.0 725 1.30 0-95% Aker Solutions 2+1 Spare Twin-Screw Bornemann TS/Loher Nov-07 Feb-09 15.0
16 Vincent I,N Dual MPP System Woodside NW Shelf, Australia 470 1,542 3.0 1.9 2,700 407.9 28.0 406 1.80 25-80% Framo Engineering 2+2 Spare Helico-Axial Framo Engineering May-08 Feb-10 21.0
17 Marlim I,N SBMS-500 SS Field Test Petrobras Campos Basin 1,900 6,234 3.1 1.9 500 75.0 60.0 870 1.20 0-100% Curtiss-Wright/Aker 1 Twin-Screw Leistritz Apr-10 0.0
18 Argonauta (BC-10) I,N Caisson/Artificial Lift Manifold Shell Brazil 1,900 6,234 9.0 5.6 64 9.7 165.0 2,393 1.10 30% FMC Technologies 2 ESPs Baker Hughes 2009 0.0
19 Golfinho Field I,N Seabed ESP-MOBO, Uses BCSS (14) Petrobras Espirito Santo Basin 1,350 4,429 146 22.1 138.0 2,002 1.10 10-40% FMC Technologies 4 ESPs Baker Hughes Aug-09 0.0
20 Azurite Field I,N Dual MPP System Murphy Oil Congo, W. Africa 1,338 4,390 3.0 1.9 920 139.0 42.0 609 1.00 28% Framo Engineering 2+1 Spare Helico-Axial Framo Engineering 3Q, 2009 0.0
21 Golfinho Field I,N Four BCSS Caissons (14) Petrobras Espirito Santo Basin 1,350 4,429 146 22.1 138.0 2,002 1.10 10-40% Aker Solutions 2 ESPs Baker Hughes Jan-10 0.0
22 Espadarte M Horizontal ESP on Skid Petrobras Brazil 1,350 4,429 125 18.9 100.0 1,450 0.90 10-40% FMC Technologies 2 ESPs Baker Hughes 2010 0.0
23 Parque Das Conchas (BC 10) Phase 1 (23) I,N Caisson/Artifical Non-Separated Shell Campos Basin 2,150 7,054 40.0 25.0 185 27.9 152.0 2,205 1.10 5% FMC Technologies 2 ESPs Baker Hughes Mar-10
24 Jubarte Field - Phase 2 (25) M Tieback to FPSO P-57, Uses BCSS Petrobras Espirito Santo Basin 1,400 4,593 8.0 5.0 1,325 200.2 200.0 3,000 1.20 30-40% Aker Solutions 15 ESPs Schlumberger (REDA) Nov-10 0.0
25 Cascade & Chinook (26) M Skid BCSS - Horizontal ESP on Skid Petrobras GOM 2,484 8,150 8.0 5.0 135 20.4 220.0 3,191 1.10 20% FMC Technologies 2+2 ESPs Baker Hughes 2011 0.0
26 Barracuda M Single MPP System Petrobras Campos Basin 1,040 3,412 14.0 8.8 280.0 42.3 70.0 1,015 1.50 50% Framo Engineering 1 Helico-Axial Framo Engineering 2011
27 Montanazo & Lubina M Single MPP System Repsol Mediteranean 740 2,428 8.0 5.0 80.0 12.1 45.0 653 0.23 0% Framo Engineering 1 Centrifugal (1P) Framo Engineering 2011
28 Schiehallion I,N 2 x Dual MPP Systems BP UK, West of Shetland 400 1,312 3.0 1.9 2 x 1,350 2 x 204 26.0 377 1.80 74% VetcoGray/Framo 4 Helico-Axial Framo Engineering Mid 2012 Delayed Start Up
29 CLOV C Subsea Boosting TOTAL Angola, Blk 17 1,200 3,940 10.0 6.2 330.0 49.8 50.0 725 2.30 55% TBD 2 MPP TBD 2016
S
U
B
S
EA
W
ATER

IN
JEC
TIO
N
1 Troll C Pilot (15) O SUBSIS (SS Sep.& WI Sys.) NorskHydro AS Norway 340 1,116 4.0 2.5 250 37.8 151.0 2,190 1.60 0% VetcoGray/Framo 1+1 Spare Centrifugal Framo Engineering Sep-99 Feb-10 124.8
2 Columba E. O Dual SPP System CNR North Sea 145 476 7.0 4.3 331 50.0 320.0 4,641 2.30 0% Framo Engineering 2 Centrifugal Framo Engineering May-07 Feb-10 33.0
3 Tordis O (12), Separation, Boosting, WI Statoil North Sea 200 656 11.0 6.8 700 105.7 77.0 1,117 2.30 0% FMC Technologies 1+1 Spare Centrifugal Framo Engineering Nov-07 Feb-10 27.0
4 Albacora Leste Field M Raw Water Injection Petrobras Brazil 400 1,312 4 to 9 2.5-6.0 1,125 169.9 85.0 1,233 1.2 0% FMC Technologies 3+1 Spare Centrifugal Framo Engineering 2010 0.0
5 Tyrihans I,N SS Raw Sea WI System Statoil Norway 300 984 31.0 19.3 710 107.3 195.0 2,828 2.70 0% FMC Tech./Aker Sol. 2+1 Spare Centrifugal Aker Solutions Jan-10 0.0
S
U
B
S
EA

S
EPA
R
ATIO
N
1 SPS Project A Exxon GOM 610 2,001 80 12.1 1968
2 Zakum A BP Abu Dhabi 22 72 0.0 0.0 1970
3 Argyll A BOET (6) North Sea 75 246 1989
4 Troll C Pilot (15) O SUBSIS (SS Sep.and WI Sys.) NorskHydro AS Offshore Norway 340 1,116 4.0 2.5 250 37.8 151.0 2,190 1.60 0% VetcoGray / Framo Eng. 1+1 Spare Centrifugal Framo Engineering Sep-99 Feb-10 124.8
5 Marimba Field (24) I,N VASPS Field Test Petrobras Campos Basin 395 1,296 1.7 1.1 60 9.1 52.0 754 0.3 Cameron 1 ESP Schlumberger (REDA) Jul-01 Jul-08 83.8
6 Tordis O (12), Separation, Boosting, WI Statoil Offshore Norway 200 656 11.0 6.8 1,500 226.6 27.0 392 2.30 10-68% FMC Technologies 1 +1 Spare Helico-Axial Framo Engineering Nov-07 Feb-10 27.0
7 Perdido O Gas Separation and Boosting Shell GOM 2,438 7,999 0.0 0.0 132-264 20-40 158.8 2,303 1.00 15% FMC Technologies 5 ESPs Baker Hughes Feb-10 0.25
8 Parque Das Conchas (BC 10) Phase 1 (23) O Caisson / Artifical Lift Manifold Shell Campos Basin 2,150 7,054 40.0 25.0 185 27.9 152.0 2,205 1.10 15% FMC Technologies 4 ESPs Baker Hughes Mar-10
9 Pazflor (5) M 3 Gas/Liq. Vert. Separation Sys. TOTAL Angola, Blk 17 800 2,625 4.0 2.5 1,800 271.9 90.0 1,305 2.30 <16% FMC Technologies 6+2 Spare Hybrid H-A Framo Eng./FMC Tech. 3-4Q, 2011
10 Marlim M In-Line Separation Petrobras Campos Basin 878 2,881 3.8 2.4 135 20.0 245.0 3,553 1.9 0 FMC Technologies 1 Centrifugal (1P) Framo Engineering Q3 2011
11 Canapu Field Q Twister Separation Technology Petrobras Espirito Santo Basin 1,700 5,578 21.0 13.1 TwisterBV none
CURRENT STATUS CATEGORIES
C Conceptual Project
Q Qualified/Testing
M Awarded and in Manufacturing
O Installed & Currently Operating
I,N Installed & Not Currently Operating or In-Active
A Abandoned, Removed
Future - Anticipated Operational Period
PRESENT
HISTORICAL FUTURE
PRESENT
NOTES:
1. See information accuracy statement below title block.
2. Power for gas compression is for the entire compression station. Pump power
listed is for individual pump motors.
3. Differential Pressure values are for individual pumps.
4. Ormen Lange is a gas field, pumping low volumes of condensate. The hardware
currently being built is 1 out of the 4 compression trains that ultimately will be
deployed subsea when pilot unit is tested.
5. GVF = Gas Volume Fraction at inlet of pump.
6. British Offshore Engineering Technology.
7. King utilizes an umbilical which combines HV cables with the service umbilical.
8. Nuovo Pignone is now part of GE Oil & Gas.
9. Low wellhead pressure of 100 psig at seabed dictated that artificial lift
was required.
10. VASPS - Vertical Annular Separation and Pumping System.
11. Year indicates first year of operation for the SS processing system.
12. Tordis Field: 1+1 Spare Multiphase Boosting Pumps, and 1+1 Spare Water Injection
Pumps; Tieback to Gullfaks C platform. Statoil hopes to increase oil recovery from
49% to 55%, an additional 36 MMBO, due to the world's first commercial subsea
separation, boosting, injection and solids disposal system.
13. Shelley & Ptarmigan projects were deleted from the 2010 poster due to the
boosting projects for these fields were either cancelled or postponed. OILEXCO filed
bankruptcy and assets were taken over by Premier Oil company.
14. BCSS - Centrifugal Subsea Submersible Pumps. Pumps are placed in protective
holes in the seabed, 200m from the producing wells. MOBO - Modulo de Bombas
(Pumping Module)
15. Troll SUBSIS - The world's longest operating subsea separation system and first
subsea water injection pump system.
16. Manufacturers are: Framo Engineering and Centrilift. There are 2 ESPs per well
feeding Framo MPP on seafloor.
17. Navajo field is a SS tieback to Anadarko’s Nansen spar.
18. Baker Hughes Centrilift is now Baker Hughes.
19. LUFENG - World Operational Record: 7 Years of operation without intervention.
CLOSED DOWN DUE TO FIELD ECONOMICS, AFTER 11 YEARS OF OPERATION.
20. PREZIOSO - World’s first deployment of an electrically driven twin screw MPP
operating on a live well. Testing occurred in 1994 and 1995 for a total of 7,850
hours of operation at base of platform on seafloor.
21. Troll C Pilot - Separation began on Aug. 25, 2001. However, SS boosting began in
late 2005 after natural flow period ended.
22. CLOV - Total reports that the CLOV development will utilize seabed multiphase
pumps to boost Orquidea and Violeta Miocene from FO+2years
23. Parque Das Conchas (BC 10) Phase 1 - Composed of 5 fields: Ostra, Abalone,
Argonauta B-West, Argonauta O-North and Nautilus
24. Marimba VASPS - 2000 - First installation in Marimba (JIP Petrobras/Eni-Agip/
ExxonMobil, 2001 - Startup and Operation (July to Dec.) until ESP failure, 2002 End
of JIP, By-pass production, 2003 - Workover Plan (IWP), 2004 - Workover and Re-
start on May 8, 2004. From 2005 until 2008 VASPS operated well until well failure.
25. Jubarte Field (Phase 2) - Is to be implemented in 2011. Eleven (11) new wells will
be connected to the FPSO P-57. All wells will have gas-lift as a backup.
26. Cascade & Chinook - Utilizes ESPs on a skid. It is an alternative to the MOBO
system, which needs a cased hole. It is a new intiative to cover the low GVF and
high DeltaP multiphase flow.
27. “According to BP: Two King pump units are installed in the field but remain shut-
in due to operational issues, or capacity constraints at the Marlin TLP related to
additional production from the Dorado field and King South well. One King pump is
currently being repaired and upgraded.”
Field Abandonment
Non Operational
Operating
Stopped in Mid 2009
Non Operational
Non Operational
Commissioned, Start Pending
Pending Start
Non Operational due to poor well performance (excessive water)
Commissioned, Start Pending
Non Operational at press time
Start immenent at press time
Start delayed until 2011
Pending FPSO Rebuild
Pending Start-Up
Awaiting Installation, Framo Ex-Works Sept 09
(Note 21)
(Note 21)
Non Operational Restart Undefined
Started Up in Feb. 2010
Framo Ex-Works Jan. 2010
Framo Ex-Works Q1 2011
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Tordis
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waIar ûapIh
hV FoWarl6onIroIs
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88 8aparaIIon
88 8oosIIng
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hV 6onnarIors
Columbia E.
Mutineer/Exeter
0 m
O lt.
600 m
1,G4O lt.
1,000 m
8,281 lt.
1,600 m
4,O21 lt.
Z,000 m
G,5G2 lt.
Z,600 m
8,2O2 lt.
8,000 m
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Snohvit
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/IL &IELD %NVELOPE
hoIa. Shtokman (Conceµtual) µroject removed
to reduce overall scale. (5G5 km and 845 m)
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0il - Conceµtual
0il - Awarded and in Manulacturinq
0il - ínstalled & hot Currently
0µeratinq or ín·Active
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0il - 0ualilied/Testinq
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0il - Abandoned, Removed
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to reduce overall scale. (5G5 km in Year 2O2O)
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0il - Conceµtual
0il - ínstalled & Currently 0µeratinq
0il - Abandoned, Removed
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0il - ínstalled & hot Currently
0µeratinq or ín·Active
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1994
1996
1998
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Lulenq
Lyell ßulllaks
FrasanI
Snohvit
Troll
CL0v
Toµacio
Farque Bas Conchas
(BC 1O) Fhase 1
Tyrihans Kinq
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Yaar
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1994
1996
1998
Z000
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Z004
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1988
1986
1984
198Z
1980
1978
1976
1974
197Z
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1968
1966
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0il - Conceµtual
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0il - Awarded and in Manulacturinq
0il - ínstalled & hot Currently
0µeratinq or ín·Active
8,000
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8,2OO
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1,G4O
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Arqyll
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Chinook
Shtokman
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FrasanI
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SUBSEA PUMP TYPES
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Fig. 1: Leistritz Twin Screw
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Fig. 2: Leistritz Twin Screw Pump & Motor
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Fig. 3: Bornemann Twin Screw
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Fig. 4: Bornemann Twin Screw Pump & Motor
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Fig. 7: ESP Pump Fig. 6: ESPs in Caisson
(Vertical Boost Station)
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