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ABB和挪威Statoil开发深海水下动力和控制技术

来源:国际海员服务中心网 2013-09-13 03:45:11 责任编辑: 人气:

领先的动力和自动化技术集团ABB已经和挪威国家石油天然气公司Statoil签订了一项合作产业项目。

该项目将开发传送、分配和转换功率系统的解决方案,这一系统为水下3000米的深海以及更广阔海域深海泵以及气体压缩机提供动力、进行控制。

Statoil代表其他参与的石油公司,是该合作产业项目的领导者,而ABB负责开发新技术。这一项目是在2002年Statoil和ABB公司进行一项广阔深海动力研究后提出的。协议的总价值是1亿美元,所有的参与公司共同出资。

这一为期五年的项目对为大规模深海泵以及气体压缩机工程提供动力、进行控制的技术的开发是至关重要的,深海泵以及气体压缩机工程将在挪威大陆架、墨西哥湾以及世界其他地区开展。深海泵以及气体压缩机有助于提高石油和天然气资源的使用率,因其有回收率更高、生产成本更低、有利于后续深海采油。

合作产业项目将在600千米的范围外、最深3000千米的地方,为电源的输送提供最高一亿瓦特的解决方案。这对远在其他基础设施以外的偏远石油和天然气田的开发是很重要的。

“扩大的石油和天然气田不断为ABB公司提供有益的机会”,ABB过程自动化部门的主管Veli-Matti Reinikkala说,“ABB为深海设施提供动力转换解决方案已超过15年时间,是领导者、创新者。我们很高兴Statoil作为一家深海技术的开创性公司,决定再次与我们合作”。

这一深海电力分配技术使得几个电力负荷,例如泵和压缩机可以通过单一的电力电缆补充动力。这和现有的每个单独负荷使用一条电缆的解决方案相比,投资成本大幅减少。例如,如果8个负荷在距离其他基础设施200千米以外的地方,通过单一电缆连接起来,这项新技术将节省至少5亿美元。

为了确保解决方案的完整性和可靠性,该设备将被密封在流动的、填满的、压力补偿舱里,零部件将受到完全压力测试,该压力和它们在目标水深里受到的是一样的。该项目需要合格的材料和零部件、详细的设计和36千伏特配电装置和2个用于泵和气体压缩机的无级变速器。   

-----本文属ISSC独家编译 转载须署名来源国际海员服务中心网!

 

ABB and Statoil to develop deepwater subsea power and control technologies

ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has entered a joint industry program (JIP) with the Norwegian oil and gas company, Statoil.

The program will develop solutions for transmission, distribution and power conversion systems designed to power and control subsea pumps and gas compressors at depths of 3,000 meters and over vast distances. The agreement is an important step on the path to develop complete subsea oil and gas producing facilities.

Statoil is leading the JIP on behalf of other participating oil companies, while ABB is responsible for developing the new technology. It follows an extensive subsea power study executed by Statoil and ABB during 2012. The total value of the agreement is $100 million, which will be jointly funded by all participating companies.

The five year program is pivotal to the development of technologies required to power and control large-scale subsea pumping and gas-compression projects planned for the Norwegian continental shelf, the Gulf of Mexico and other places around the world. Subsea pumping and gas compression contribute to improved utilization of oil and gas resources through greater recovery rates, reduced production costs and the further development of deep water production.

The JIP will provide solutions for transmission of electrical power up to 100 megawatts (MW) over a distance of 600 kilometers (km) and to depths of up to 3,000 meters (m). This is important for the development of remote oil and gas fields located far from other infrastructure.“The expanding oil and gas frontiers continue to provide ABB with rewarding opportunities,” said Veli-Matti Reinikkala, Head of ABB’s Process Automation division. “ABB has been a leading innovator of power conversion solutions to subsea installations for over 15 years. We are delighted that Statoil, a pioneering company in subsea technology, has decided to partner with us once again.”

This subsea electric power distribution technology enables several electric loads, such as pumps and compressors, to be supplied through a single power cable. This will reduce investment costs significantly compared to existing solutions using one cable for each individual load. The new technology, for example, will make savings of more than $500 million, if eight loads are linked through a single cable over a distance of 200 km from other infrastructure.

To ensure compact and reliable solutions, the equipment will be enclosed in liquid filled, pressure compensated tanks, with components tested extensively under the full pressure they will experience at the target water depth. The program entails material and component qualification, detailed design and full-scale testing of a 36 kilovolt (kV) distribution unit and two variable speed drives for pump and gas-compressor applications, respectively.

来源:http://www.micportal.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9106:abb-and-statoil-to-develop-deepwater-subsea-power-and-control-technologies-&catid=19:vessels-equipment&Itemid=30
 

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