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Microsoft PowerPoint - 101005344-Rev.06-OGTC 2017-08FID128104482.pptx©2017 NOV | Proprietary and confidential.
Agenda
NOV FPS Introduction
HoneyBee - Marginal Fields and Modular Development Exploit / unlock marginal fields
Modular development of fields (incremental expansion)
Generic topside solution
Industrial solutions - repeatability
FFD - Full Field Development
Large volumes / reserves
Industrial solutions – repeatability
Turret Moored Solutions
NOV Value Propositions
Length overall (m) 212.6 233.6 255.0 265.0 285.0 285.0 329.0
Breadth (m) 39.0 45.0 52.0 52.0 58.3 58.3 58.3
Depth (m) 26.4 26.8 30.4 30.4 32.6 32.6 32.6
Draught (m) 16.7 19.0 21.15 21.8 23.5 24.5 24.7
Displacement (t) 105,000 157,000 221,803 248,200 312,500 362,000 457,000
Oil storage (bbl) 447,000 657,000 1,050,000 1,200,000 1,550,000 1,630,000 /
1,861,000 2,050,000
Living quarters (POB) 100 100 100 100 140 120 120
Topsides NTE (t) 8,500 12,500 17,000 19,000 25,000 27,000 30,000
VCG (m) 33.7 37.0 41.3 41.3 44.3 44.3 46.3
Solution Platforms Turret Moored (TM) and Spread Moored (SM) Series
NOV has developed a series of industrialized FPSO hull concepts, upfront investing in engineering to the basic design level, creating a platform of repeatable solutions
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The common technical documentation (philosophies, concept definitions) allows for multiple combinations resulting in different FPSOs to meets client´s demands – standard approach in engineering, reduced hours in future developments.
Platform of solutions
Ownership of Technology
Control of the Supply Chain
INDUSTRIALIZATION
HoneyBee TM650 solution
NOV then defined a basis of design encompassing a wide set of fields…
Europe and Africa offered 50% of global
HoneyBee opportunities in the short term
…and developed a robust and flexible
design
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Oil production 45,000 bpd @ 25 API (60.000 bpd @ 45 API)
Total liquid production 60.000 bpd
Produced water production 57.000 bpd
Gas production 90 MMscfd
Gas lift 30 MMscfd
Gas export 60 MMscfd
Gas reinjection 60 MMscfd
1st stage separator operating pressure 10 – 25 barg
Arrival Temperature 30 – 100 °C
Production flowline design pressure 245 barg
Water injection design pressure 250 barg
Gas export design pressure 250 barg
Gas reinjection design pressure 345 barg
HoneyBee TM650
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Flare
Produced Water Treatment
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M-01 Crude Oil Separation & Produced Water Treatment System M-01A Crude Oil Stabilization System
M-03 Gas Dehydration & Fuel Gas System M-04 Seawater Treatment & Injection System M-06 Metering Submerged Turret Production STP M-07 HP & LP Flare System Stern Discharge System SDS M-08 Chemical Injection System Lifting and Handling LH M-09 Utilities Flare F M-10 Piperack Aft Laydown Area LA M-11 Handling Equipment & Manifolding Spare area for process expansion SPR 1
M-11A Forward Laydown Spare area for utility expansion SPR 2
M-02 VRU & Reinjection Gas Compression System M-02A MP & HP Gas Compression System
M-05 Power Generation System
OFFLOADING, FLARE & METERING AREA
HELIDECK AREA
Cluster 1 Design Premise
Information provided by OGTC
Field B 35°API, GOR 220 - 360 scf/bbl
Existing Field 30°API, no significant gas volume
No significant produced water
Reservoirs pressure 170 bar
Reservoirs temperature 63°C
SCENARIO 1 SCENARIO 2
Scenario 1
Scenario 2
P ro
d u
ct io
n r
at e
(b b
l/ d
API 40°API 40°API 40°API 40°API
GOR (scf/bbl) 260 1200 – 1400 280 360
Produced
(Y3) and 40% (Y4)
Reservoir
Temperature 100 – 110°C 100 – 110°C 120°C 100 – 110°C
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Cluster 2 Design Premise
Information provided by OGTC
Total production
Major Topsides Design Impacts
• Reservoir Characteristics Flowline design conditions
Pressure support requirements
Gas lift Requirements
Gas Treatment
Reinjection
Flaring
Design Premise Gaps
Gas Treatment
• Surplus Gas Routing Options Export/Import
Reinjection
Flaring
HoneyBee TM650 topsides design is flexible to allow a solution to be developed for any scenario.
Reducing gaps will allow a more cost effective solution to be developed
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Challenges between clusters
• Production Profiles Step changes in oil and gas processing capacity
• Reservoir Characteristics Arrival Conditions
• Heating Requirements
Cluster 2 requires Gas lift (HP compression required)
Opmal process soluon for Cluster 1 ≠ Opmal process Soluon for Cluster 2
The objective is to find a common cost-effective solution to satisfy multiple Clusters.
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Proposed Solution - NOV TM450 HB for UKCS clusters
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Challenges using TM650 Solution using TM450
Production Profiles
Oil production – 60 kbpd vs 26-45 kbd Gas Production – 90 MMSCFD vs 10-23 MMSCFD
TM450 design is a good fit for the analyzed clusters Oil production – 30 kbpd vs 26-45 kbd Gas Production – 30 MMSCFD vs 10-23 MMSCFD
Fluid Characteristics
Cluster 1 – very low gas production – Gas Turbine for Power generation not economical
Replace topsides Gas turbine with Dual Fuel or Tri- Fuel Engine located in Aft Machinery Space
Reservoir Characteristics
Common Challenge Producing HP/HT well in Cluster 2 – Shut-in Pressure would exceed maximum possible flowline design pressure
Common Solution Options
Install Subsea Over Pressure Protection system Remove HP/HT well from Cluster 2
M-01 Crude Oil Separation & Produced Water Treatment System M-01A Crude Oil Stabilization System
M-03 Gas Dehydration & Fuel Gas System M-04 Seawater Treatment & Injection System M-06 Metering Submerged Turret Production STP M-07 HP & LP Flare System Stern Discharge System SDS M-08 Chemical Injection System Lifting and Handling LH M-09 Utilities Flare F M-10 Piperack Aft Laydown Area LA M-11 Handling Equipment & Manifolding Spare area for process expansion SPR 1
M-11A Forward Laydown Spare area for utility expansion SPR 2
M-02 VRU & Reinjection Gas Compression System M-02A MP & HP Gas Compression System
M-05 Power Generation System
OFFLOADING, FLARE & METERING AREA
HELIDECK AREA
M-02A M-01A
LIVING QUARTER & HELIDECK AREA
LIVING QUARTER & HELIDECK AREA
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TM650
TM450
more cost-effective solution
Quality data helps to
Maximise the number of fields which can be produced by the FPSO (maximise the operating envelope)
Develop a low CAPEX solution for Cluster 1
Make better informed design decisions to avoid costly retrofits when moving between fields (Reduce CAPEX for Clusters 2, 3, 4….)
The ultimate goal is to develop a safe, reliable, flexible and cost-effective HoneyBee FPSO solution to meet the needs of the industry
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NOV FPSO – Contract Structure and Roles
DELIVERY ALLIANCE (Sembcorp, NOV, GE):
• Complete EPC delivery up to Final Acceptance:
– Uncompromising focus on safety and regulatory compliance
– EPC performance guarantees
• Industrialization and Standardization:
• Strong project backing:
– A long term strategic initiative from world class industry players
OilCo
CLIENT
PETROFAC
• Provider of O&M services and acting as Duty Holder if applicable
• Contracting party to the OilCo through O&M JV with Aegir
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NOV FPS Introduction
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HoneyBee TM650 solution
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