Offshore Oil and Gas Operations

Generation operations in the seaward artic locales are inside the scope of existing innovation. Systems utilized coastal and seaward in less antagonistic locales, notwithstanding, must be adjusted to meet the difficulties of the brutal climatic conditions in the remote areas. In the most recent decade, the real zone of industry intrigue has been the seaward locale of Alaska and Canada. The natural conditions fluctuate altogether in each of these areas. Major factors that affect normal offshore operations are:

  1. Extremely cold temperatures
  2. Fog
  3. Gusty winds
  4. Short open-water season
  5. Permafrost
  6. Persistent ice

The specific production system that is selected must be tailored to each unique combination of these factors to ensure safe oilfield development.

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