02 corrosion control
The rapid growth in the deep-water production sector worldwide has spawned a whole new generation of floating production equipment. This paper will deal with some of the unique corrosion challenges presented by these production systems, and how corrosion is being managed using innovative coatings, new cathodic protection designs and corrosion resistant materials. The paper will also address some unique monitoring and inspection issues that arise for these structures.
03 coating failures
04 offshore cp
05 trailing wire
06 pipe supports
07 CP for FPSOs
08 Alaskan CP
10 pipeline survey
11 CP monitoring
12 deep water pipe
13 high temperature pipeline
14 impressed current
15 CP design deep water
16 cost saving retrofits
17 extending pipeline life
18 arctic CP monitoring
19 monitoring deep water
20 monitoring deep water
21 corrosion bloopers
22 pipeline retrofit
23 risk based management
24 CP design in deep water
25 corrosion monitoring for ROVs
26 offshore pipeline integrity
27 offshore platform cp survey
28 pipe support corrosion solved
29 corrosion protection and pipe laying
30 marine paint preservation
31 underwater cp surveys
32 aluminum anode qa qc
33 the need for cp retrofit
34 harsh environment iccp system
35 Offshore pipeline CP system evaluation
36 marine welding stray current corrosion
37 cp retrofits for brownfield assets
38 installation of ROV friendly CP subsea
Why These 5 Common Pipe Support Designs Fail
Various common pipe support designs forget a very simple fact: crevice corrosion can quickly cause dangerous leaks.
These Are Not The I-Rods You're Looking For
Continued Operation of Large Offshore Platforms
Many large structures, and other offshore producing areas in the North Sea, are needing to stay operational beyond their original design life.
The Cost of a Bad Pipe Support
Pipe support failures can be traced back to a poor decision in the initial design, purchasing, or installation of the supports. No two failures are exactly the same, but they all have one thing in common: they cost the operator money in repairing a failed support.
The RetroLink is one of the most versatile anode systems on the market. Deepwater has gathered the expertise to apply this anode system to a wide variety of CP projects, and it brings brownfield life extension costs under control, while providing predictable and reliable service.
ICCP in North Sea
This paper discusses the design process and challenges in choosing what was at the time, the largest ever cathodic protection retrofit in terms of delivered current capacity offshore, and the actual current the structure required to maintain protection
Retrofit Strategy using Aluminum Anodes for the Internal sections of Wind Turbine Monopiles
This paper discusses the corrosion mitigation strategy for protecting the submerged sections of a monopile wind turbine structure off the east coast of England in UK waters.