Offshore Platform
These systems must stand up to extreme pressures, destructive process chemicals and marine environments.
A hydraulic submersible pump
The industry wants to embrace new technology, but success comes from balancing this with the overriding need for safety and reliability.
As the subsea processing challenge increases, motor technology is keeping pace.
Consider fluid selection, case construction, cooling and heat exchanger design, bearing development and more.
Flow-assurance chemicals are typically fed from supply tanks on FPSOs
This option replaces traditional topside practices, freeing space and increasing efficiency.
Collaboration and improved data collection and use will drive the industry's future.
These mechanical seals are being installed on compressors at the Tupi 4 floating production 
site in the Lula field in the Atlantic Ocean, southeast of Rio 
de Janeiro.
As operations move to new depths, equipment must continue to evolve.
This connector technology eliminates typical elastomeric failure modes by design.
Transmitters offer operators more information than on/off switches.
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Autonomous underwater vehicles, data analytics and more look to move the industry into the future.
Joint ventures between oilfield equipment and instrumentation and gauge providers offer opportunities for integration between production and processing systems and the subsea umbilicals, risers and flow lines (SURF) package.
The flapper-based system has been deployed successfully in more than 50 wells worldwide, improving MTTF 
rates, maximizing production, enhancing safety and reducing intervention costs.
With the exception of ultra-deepwater projects, the deepwater offshore oil and gas industry appears to be one of the strongest market sectors of this insulated group.
Equipment manufacturers develop more flexible and durable equipment in response to demanding industry applications.
High performance, reliability and efficiency are required in remote offshore fields.
Support for the equipment’s full life cycle and a free flow of information are obtained with this integrated option.
Organizational collaboration and combined systems allow operators to increase production rates and save money.