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The Evolution of Subsea Systems (Oil & Gas) and the road to integrated product and process design


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The presentation will take a look at typical subsea systems; what they do and how they have evolved.

Date and Time

10 December 2014 - 14:30-16:30


Glasgow, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Contact Hamid Khatib at for more information.

About this event

Extracting oil and gas from below the seabed has been a technology-driven endeavour since the early seventies. A limited number of specialist equipment providers worldwide were offering bespoke subsea solutions for every new reservoir bestowed with a licence to produce oil. In recent decades subsea engineering knowledge and practices have grown and matured. There is a recognition and a drive towards more standardised competitive systems to meet increasing global demand. The sector is starting to industrialise itself and looking to related sectors such as aerospace and defence – even the car industry – for clues. The presentation will take a look at typical subsea systems; what they do and how they have evolved.  It will explore one ongoing journey towards integrated product and process design (IPPD) taking a manufacturing view point.


Serena Jones is the director of Global Manufacturing, Subsea, FMC Technologies.  She has been 25 years in industry including 18 years in Oilfield Services. Serena has a MSc(Eng) in Production Engineering and a BSc(Hons) in Psychology


14:30 - refreshments and networking
15:00 - presentation starts


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