2009 Ultra-Deepwater

Displacement & Mixing in Subsea Jumpers Experimental Data and CFD Simulations

Subcontractor: The University of Tulsa

Principal Investigator: Michael Volk
Project Number Project Status
09121-3300-02 Completed
RPSEA Project Manager: James Pappas
Participants
CD‐Adapco and Anadarko, BG, BP, BHP, CALSEP, Champion Technologies, Chevron, ENI, Statoilhydro, ONDEO Nalco, Marathon, Petrobras, Total
Period of Performance
Start Date End Date
December 14, 2010 December 13, 2012
Total Project Cost RPSEA Share Cost Share
$343,922.00 $251,513.00 $88,970.00
Project Objectives

The objective of the project is to conduct an experimental and computational study of the mixing and displacement phenomena that take place during hydrate inhibition of jumper type configurations using MEG and methanol, as well as to determine how these findings help in preventing hydrate formation in jumper type configurations.

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Reports
File Type Date
Displacement & Mixing in Subsea Jumpers Experimental Data ( 2.7 MB ) Final Report 04/13
Displacement & Mixing in Subsea Jumpers – Experimental Data & CFD Simulations ( 162.8 KB ) Technology Status Assessment 01/11
Presentations
Title: Final Presentation: Methanol & MEG Jumper Displacement Tests - 01/13 ( 10.2 MB )