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  1. T H E M E A S U R E O F T E C H N O L O G Y MOSAIC MODULAR SUBSEA TECHNOLOGY Mark Carter Director, Subsea Business Cameron

  2. M O S A I C M O D U L A R S U B S E A T E C H N O L O G Y MODULARIZATION ADVANTAGES • Pre-Engineered Components • Faster deliveries • Minimize “unknown” interfaces • Avoid “Serial No. 001”

  3. M O S A I C M O D U L A R S U B S E A T E C H N O L O G Y DUAL-BORE MODULAR TREE • Concrete example of Modularity in action, over 50 trees 1994-present • Benefits to Client: • Frame Agreement • Repeatability • Familiarity • Interface Simplicity • Lessons Learned

  4. M O S A I C M O D U L A R S U B S E A T E C H N O L O G Y SUBSEA EXPERIENCE • World’s first subsea tree in 1961 • Well over 450 subsea trees installed • Deepwater subsea tree built for 2500 m water • Inventor of SpoolTree™ (Horizontal tree) • 1 in 3 Subsea Trees installed are Cameron • Different Architecture Requirements Deepwater SpoolTree and BOP

  5. Single Satellite Daisy Chain Twin / Piggable M O S A I C M O D U L A R S U B S E A T E C H N O L O G Y MULTIPLE FIELD DEVELOPMENT SCENARIOS System design must accommodate rather than dictate field development plan. Cluster System Hybrid System Template System - 4 Slot

  6. M O S A I C M O D U L A R S U B S E A T E C H N O L O G Y MOSAIC is a System approach to subsea field development using proven standard modules and interfaces to meet our customer needs

  7. 2 1 M O S A I C M O D U L A R S U B S E A T E C H N O L O G Y MODULAR PHILOSOPHY • The Module • Pre-existing assembly or subassembly • Existing Component • Bills of Material • Standard Costs • Experience • Drawings • Tools • Procedures • Proven/Tested • The Interface • Defined and maintained • May be Project-specific • Possibly a New Part Number • Customized • Does not disrupt the “module”

  8. M O S A I C M O D U L A R S U B S E A T E C H N O L O G Y MOSAIC™ MODULAR COMPONENTS • Subsea Diverless Insert Chokes - Cameron Willis Subsea Chokes • Production Controls -CAMTROL Production Control System • Manifold Components - Cameron Gate Valves - Cameron All-Welded Ball Valves - Cameron Connection Systems - Foundations -- Monopile -- Tri-Pile -- Suction Pile • Subsea Wellheads -STM-15 - Centric 15 • Subsea Trees-Modular Dual Bore - Modular SpoolTree • Flowline Connection Systems - Horizontal Diverless (McPAC - Vertical Diverless (CVC) - Pipeline End Terminations - Umbilical Terminations

  9. M O S A I C M O D U L A R S U B S E A T E C H N O L O G Y EXAMPLES OF MODULARITY IN SUBSEA EQUIPMENT Cameron Willis Insert Choke Camtrol Production Control System Control Distribution Unit Pipeline End Terminations Jumper Spools • Subsea Trees • Dual Bore • SpoolTree • Subsea Manifolds and Equipment • Valves (gate and ball) • Flowline/umbilical connections • Structures/elements • Foundations • Intervention interfaces • Subsea Wellhead • STM-15

  10. M O S A I C M O D U L A R S U B S E A T E C H N O L O G Y SUBSEA EXPERIENCE • Subsea Manifolds and Equipment • Valves (gate and ball) • Flowline/umbilical connections • Structures/elements • Foundations • Intervention interfaces Control Distribution Unit Jumper Spools Cameron Willis Insert Choke Pipeline End Terminations • Subsea Trees • Dual Bore • SpoolTree • MX-5 Mudline Camtrol Production Control System • Subsea Wellhead • STM-15 • Centric-15

  11. Concept Development FEED Systems Engineering Discovery Detailed Design Fabrication • Commerciality Determined • Project Approval Installation Commissioning Start Up M O S A I C M O D U L A R S U B S E A T E C H N O L O G Y FIELD DEVELOPMENT TIMELINE Traditional Equipment Scope The opportunity for Cameron to help NPV is too late and too expensive to implement unless we are involved early Opportunity to affect NPV Cost of Change Time

  12. Detailed Analyses • Field Layout • Flow Assurance • RAM • Quan. Risk Assess. • Logistics • SMART • Validation • Optimization • etc Prospect • Economic Analyses • Net Present Value • Best Managed Risk • Cash Flow • etc Systems Engineering M O S A I C M O D U L A R S U B S E A T E C H N O L O G Y PRELIMINARY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING Components/Technologies Wellhead Trees Controls Manifolds FLCS IMR

  13. Activities Objectives Deliverables SHELL MALAMPAYA SUBSEA SYSTEMS ENGINEERING CAMERON SCOPE OF INVOLVEMENT: 1998-2001 • Field Layout Studies • Flow Assurance Studies • Reliability, Availability, Maintainability Studies • Risk Assessment & HSE Studies • Optimization • Minimum Conditions of Acceptance Criteria for Controls • Subsea Production System Design Basis (DDB) • Layout vs Critical Interfaces • Consider Vessel, Installation and Intervention Issues • Document Suitability for All Phases of Operation, Maintenance and Intervention • Recommend Operating Procedures • Full Ram Study of System • Improve Reliability and Availability • Quantity & Minimize Project Risks • Optimize the Design via Studies and Reviews • Prove Controls will Work • Refine Base Case using all Studies and Document Final Result • Field Layout Report Protection Philosophy • Operability Review Report • Start-up Procedure • Operating Philosophy • Other Reports • Report #1 - MTTF/MTTR Data, Base Case • Report #2 - Ram vs System as a Whole • Risk Assessment Plan • HAZID Plan • HAZOP Procedures • HSE Plan • Other Reports • Technical Notes (eg, Jumpers) • Brainstorming • Prototype Testing Program • Metallurgy, Jointly Established • Functional Design Specification • Definite Design Basis Documents for Components, Tie-In, Intervention Tools, Metallurgy & QA

  14. M O S A I C M O D U L A R S U B S E A T E C H N O L O G Y BENEFITS OF MODULAR DESIGN PRACTICES • Utilization of Best Practice • Taking Advantage of Similar Contracts • Incorporation of Lateral Learning • Designing for Common Installation Tooling • Facilitates Faster and more Accurate Field Development and System Design MENU