2012 Ultra-Deepwater

Subsea Produced Water Sensor Development

Subcontractor: Clearview Subsea LLC

Principal Investigator: Jianfeng Zhang
Project Number Project Status
12121-6301-03 Active
RPSEA Project Manager: Bill Fincham
Participants
NEL; Clean H2O Services; University of Houston
Period of Performance
Start Date End Date
September 11, 2014 September 30, 2016
Total Project Cost RPSEA Share Cost Share
$4,583,279.00 $3,617,706.00 $919,740.00
Project Objectives

To develop and design Subsea water quality monitoring sensors to measure the quality of produced water separated at the Sea-floor. The sensors will also offer an improved failsafe system as well as for controls of Subsea production equipment. These sensors will be capable of determining if the level of contamination is below, at, or above the permitted level, and then be able to give signals to shut down operations or to divert all of the production fluids to a topside facility. The project intends to develop Subsea produced water (PW) sensors to Technology Readiness Level (TRL) 3.

 

View members only files associated with this project.

RPSEA Project Fact Sheet: Download 263.2 KB
Reports
File Type Date
Technical Gap Analysis Final Report: Subsea Produced Water Sensor Development ( 23.6 MB ) Phase 1 Final Report 06/15
Subsea Produced Water Sensor Development ( 23.6 MB ) Technical Gaps Analysis Report 06/15
Subsea Produced Water Sensor Development ( 1.0 MB ) Technical Requirements Report 06/15
Subsea Produced Water Discharge Sensor Design ( 5.5 MB ) Final Report 01/16
Presentations
Title: Subsea Produced Water Discharge Sensor Technical_Requirements and Gaps Analysis - 06/15 ( 1.5 MB )
Tags: featured