SPE Online Education
Wax Deposition and Hydrate Transport Modeling for Flow Assurance and Its Application in Field Design
Recorded On: 09/26/2019
To minimize capital costs, operating companies are choosing to produce oil and gas through longer and longer subsea tie-backs. Transportation of multiphase gas, oil and aqueous mixture over long pipelines under high pressure and low subsea temperatures present some unique challenges. One of the most important challenges in flow assurance for such more common long pipeline designs is the possibility of blockage due to hydrate formation and/or wax deposition.
This webinar will describe the wax deposition and hydrate transport models chosen and the importance of its integration into a generic, but well proven multiphase transient simulator framework. The use and importance of these integrated flow assurance models will be briefly demonstrated through a field conceptual design application with results.
This webinar is categorized under the Projects, Facilities, and Construction discipline.
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Dr. Neeraj Zambare
Product Director of LedaFlow, Kongsberg Digital
Dr. Zambare is responsible for the business development, R&D and strategy of LedaFlow, a well-known transient multiphase flow simulator, which is one of the rare available options in the market for high fidelity transient flow assurance work. Throughout his career, Dr. Zambare has worked in the area of dynamic simulation with oil and gas industry as the main focus. He has consulted on various deep water, shallow water and onshore assets from early design phase of projects to operations. He has nearly 20 years of experience in building, delivering and consulting on training simulator systems, real-time online systems, flow assurance studies and process engineering studies. Prior to his role with LedaFlow, he has held focused technical roles as Product Manager of K-Spice (dynamic Process Simulation software) and Principal Engineer for Real-time online advisory systems. He has many technical papers to his credit and also gave number of presentations at various conferences and workshops. He has a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Drexel University.
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