"The Race for More Oil: Best Practices for Safer, Stronger Offshore Structures"
As an offshore engineer or naval architect, learn best practices using modern design technologies for safer offshore structures.
With demand for oil projected to keep climbing, oil companies are exploiting harder-to-reach reservoirs and keeping existing assets operating much longer. Designing a platform for harsh conditions or deep water that is easy to build, cost-effective to install, and safe to operate is no easy feat – and the risk of failure is high.
Assets must be operational for 20 years, 30 years, or longer to maximize extraction from existing sources, and require constant monitoring to ensure that modifications are safe and effective.
Learn how offshore engineers and naval architects are achieving best practices for safer, stronger offshore structures utilizing modern design technologies to:
Collaborate effectively with asset owners, design partners and subcontractors
Innovate with consistent, high fidelity analytical models
Comply with changing regulations and operating requirements
Simulate complex effects such as wave fatigue, collisions and blast