If you are not familiar with the DW1401 RPSEA project, the primary objective during this stage of the program is to create a riser system that satisfies regulatory concerns, industry performance standards and sufficient margins of safety to eliminate apprehension at the operator level for the unique challenge of ultra-high pressure and ultra-deepwater wells. To accomplish this, we have completed a basis of design study, designed a solution, fabricated full-scale diameter/sub-length specimens and tested the proof-of-concept specimens representing the best technology available for composite reinforcement of drilling risers.
This workshop will feature presentations from the following list of participants:
- Mike Tognarelli (BP) and Jim Chitwood (Chevron), Opening Discussion
- Don Baldwin (Lincoln Composites), Composite Riser and Composite-Reinforced Riser Projects at Lincoln Composites
- Mamdouh Salama (ConocoPhillips), In-Service Inspection and Monitoring
- Chad Cederberg (Lincoln Composites), RPSEA Drilling Riser
- Kenneth Bhalla (Stress Engineering Services), Global Analysis
- Chris Alexander (Stress Engineering Services), Testing