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Advanced Materials for Deepwater and Enabling Energy Transition

Wednesday, 3 May
Technical / Poster Session
With the accelerated development of high-pressure, high-temperature (HPHT) reservoirs, the oil and gas industry faces new material challenges and questions regarding reservoir characteristics leading to increased use of costly and more exotic materials. Nanostructured and advanced materials offer solutions and new possibilities in drilling, exploration, and production. To support and enable us to harness such reservoirs with highly hostile environments, strategies such as “The Materials Genome Initiative (MGI)” has advanced new paradigms for materials discovery and design. This initiative is opening original frontiers leading to accelerated new material innovations through complementary efforts in theory, computations, and experimentations. On a related note, decades of experience drawn from the oil and gas industry and strategic partnerships amongst the advanced materials will play a pivotal role in maturing disruptive technologies and solving challenges associated with sustainability and ESG. These years of experience and intelligent engineering will enable energy transition, harnessing and building greener domains, a reality. Our symposium encompasses papers that discuss and review topics related to advancements in materials for energy while focusing on innovations needed to support and sustain a much-needed energy transition for a better and greener world.
Ting Roy, PRESIDENT & CEO - Damorphe Inc.
Sponsoring Society:
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Oceanic and Engineering Society (IEEE-OES)
  • The Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society (TMS)
  • 0930-0948 32408
    Applications of Additive Manufacturing in Subsea Production Systems
    M. Coseglio, R. Velazquez, P. Chiquito, Aker Solutions; S. Ahmad Nameer, EOS GmbH; M. Nietz, Innovation Norway; G. Milne, Aker Solutions
  • 0950-1008 32364
    Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing for Subsea Components - The First of a Kind 3D Printed Subsea Flange
    G. Arcangeletti, A. Santicchia, S. Terracina, D. De Cesare, L. Palmirotta, Saipem SpA; J. Moulin, I. Kling, Vallourec S.A.; J. Mathew, Vallourec Asia Pacific; L. Faivre, F. Lefèvre, Vallourec Research Center France
  • 1010-1028 32479
    A Review of Laser Peening Method To Mitigate Stress Corrosion Cracking in Stainless Steels for Subsea Distribution Systems
    A. Kumar, Oceaneering International, Inc.
  • 1030-1048 32401
    Field Introduction: A Debris Free, Degradable, Shaped Charge With High Entropy Alloy Liner for A 0.5 to 0.7-in Entry Hole, Adaptable to Any API 3 1/8-in Gun
    T. Roy, Damorphe Inc; K. Ben Naceur, Damorphe Inc.; C. Harrison, J. Shelton, Harrison Jet Guns; O. Algadi, K. Jones, I. Henkes, NexTier Completion Solutions; D. Markel, H. Ardic, I. Roy, Damorphe Inc.
  • 1050-1108 32644
    Conceptual Design of Thermoplastic Composite Pipes for Downhole Applications
    L.B. Nardi, Petrobras; L.T. Abreu, Wikki Brasil; H.L. Santos, C. Hernalsteens, Petrobras; D.F. Sias, Wikki Brasil; W.C. Gama, Petrobras
  • 1110-1128 32259
    Controlling Undesirable Water by Applying a Composite of Nanosheet and Viscoelastic-Surfactant Based Foamed Gel
    A.A. Alarawi, A.M. Almohsin, A. Busaleh, Saudi Aramco
  • 1130-1148 32256
    Highly Efficient Eco-Friendly Polyurethane Composites With Palm Fibers in Removal and Recovery of Oil Spills
    M. Paredes Zaldivar, G. Pinheiro de Queiroz, W. Martins Florentino, BIOSOLVIT Biotechnology Solutions S/A; D.R. Mulinari, UERJ - State University of Rio de Janeiro; P.C. Silva Freire, W. de Souza Barbosa, INPH - Institute of Waterway Research; G. Vilela de Faria, BIOSOLVIT Biotechnology Solutions S/A

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