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An open source framework for Integrated Production Modelling (IPM) – collaboration of LowEmission and the DigiWell project
Optimizing production and water injection or studying the overall impact of LowEmission technologies on energy consumption and emissions requires considering the interdependencies of topside processing, reservoir behaviour and transporting system. Not doing so will result in unrealistic or biased results.
Introduction to Virtual FCS library a multi-scale cyber-physical platform for designing and optimising fuel cell battery hybrid systems
VIRTUAL-FCS is an EU FCH JU project that aims to make the design process of hybrid fuel cell and battery systems easier, cheaper, and quicker. For that, a toolkit combining a system model with X-in-the-loop capabilities has been developed for designing and optimizing PEM fuel cells and battery hybrid systems.
Operation and Control of Offshore Combined Cycles
Gas turbines are the main source for generating electrical and mechanical power, as well as heat, in offshore oil and gas extraction installations. To increase the energy efficiency and reduce the CO2 emissions, a steam bottoming cycle can be added to produce power by recovering waste-heat from the upstream gas turbine.
Nature of methane emissions from offshore platforms and the frequency of site-wide measurements that are needed
To assist with considering strategies for conducting site-wide methane emission quantification measurements from offshore platforms, it is important to understand the nature of the emissions that are to be measured and the frequency of measurements that will be needed.
Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS) of non-reacting flows in a Flamesheet-like geometrical configuration
Firing of gas turbines (GTs) using hydrogen-enriched fuel mixtures and, in perspective, unblended hydrogen constitutes a low-carbon solution for power generation and enables the reduction of emissions from the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Feasibility and environmental analysis for a 100 km tie-back solution with cold-flow
In Norway, most of the future offshore oil and gas field developments are expected to be developed through tie-back solutions. Here, the produced reservoir streams are transported over very long distances on irregular terrain and cold ambient temperatures to processing facilities offshore or onshore.
Electrical Power Components; Challenges due to load variations, power electronics and new materials
The webinar will give a general overview of how the electrical power components in the grid may be influenced by increased load variations (e.g. due to introduction of renewable energy sources), new technology (e.g. power electronics), and the introduction of new materials (e.g. environmentally friendly alternatives); and key R&D challenges associated with this. An example from the research in LowEmission - SP3 on the effect of load variations on wet design subsea cables will be presented.
LowEmission Webinar - Case study Partial Decarbonization of Johan Castberg by Ammonia Addition in Fuel
While full decarbonization of power production by Carbon free fuels is awaiting development, industrial validation, and adapted infrastructure of future technologies, an opportune head start could be to directly add ammonia, a widely transported product, into the natural gas.
LowEmission webinar - Wet Design Cables
The cleanliness of extruded cross-linked polyethylene cables has been steadily improved from the introduction of such cables in the late 60ties until today. This webinar will provide an overview of subsea cables with especial emphasis of design measures to mitigate ageing due to water molecule migration into the electrical insulation system.
LowEmission Webinar - Development of low-emission subsurface drainage strategies
Water-flooding is a widely used technique for pressure maintenance or improving sweep efficiency. Incremental recovery of water-flooding ranges from 15 to 25%. Nonetheless, water-flooding is an energy-intensive activity. Water injection systems typically consume 30 to 50% of field total power consumption. For many oilfields on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS), the percentage is much higher, where more than half of energy on a platform goes to water injection pumps. Thus, water-flooding significantly contributes to the amount of GHG emission.
LowEmission Webinar - Decision support for offshore supply planning
About 1 mill tonnes of CO2 emission on the NCS is attributed to offshore supply ships. Better planning and operation of the supply fleet can bring considerable emission reductions, ca 9000t per yer per ship with an active fleet of around 400 vessels. Offshore upstream supply planning is a complex task with many conditions that need to be considered. Meanwhile it is performed by planners with no advanced decision support tools.