Launch of NORSOK U-001 revision 4
Following broad industry consensus, Standards Norway is pleased to announce the publication of the 4th revision of NORSOK U-001 Subsea production systems. Standards Norway in cooperation with Statoil are celebrating this milestone with a breakfast meeting hosted by Statoil. Get an insight into the headlines and major changes at this meeting.
Time: Wednesday October 7th, 08.00-11.00
Place: Statoil Business Center, Forusbeen 50, 4035 Stavanger
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NORSOK U-001 will be the most updated international available standard for subsea oil industry. It provides a method for design of subsea equipment to withstand loads in the vertical axis during drilling and well intervention. It also includes guidance on how to combine various subsea equipment and will maintain a uniform safety margin on a project specific basis.
To the industry it provides
- Standardized design loads
- Fast track delivery, based on standardized design loads
- Improved system structural integrity
- Uniform structural safety margin
- Link between structural design and material property requirements
- Practical guidance
This revision replaces revision 3 from 2002. The basis for this NORSOK standard has been the previous version of U-001 combining industry experience over the last 10 years. The standard integrates relevant parts of ISO 13628 Petroleum and natural gas industries - Design and operation of subsea production systems combined with updated knowledge and best practice from fishing, riser loads and design of subsea wellhead and tree equipment. Approximately 15 experts from the industry have been involved in the revision and 22 national and international stakeholders gave 326 comments to the draft.
The main changes are:
- Model tests are acceptable and the Table 1 Fishing gear loads have been updated
- Annex A Standard design loads for subsea wellheads and templates (informative) is completely re-written, based on industry reports and field experience.
- Annex B Materials requirements for subsea equipment (informative) consists additional considerations with respect to ISO 13628-4 and -7 to ensure improved system structural integrity and uniform margins of safety.
||Light breakfast and registration
|Welcome by Statoil and Standards Norway
- Roald Sirevaag, VP Subsea tech & diving, Statoil, and Jacob Mehus, Managing Director, Standards Norway.
||Introduction by expert group - Tom Gunnar Omberg Shell
||Process, consensus - EG U (Olav Inderberg/Nils Erik Jacobsen)
The different parts:
- Applications in general (Tom Gunnar Omberg, Shell)
- Appendix A (Per Osen, Statoil)
- Appendix B (Finn Kirkemo, Statoil)
- Analyses and studies (Per Osen, Statoil)
||Value added for the industry
||Thank you for your attention
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Registration is binding, so if you find you can’t attend after all please notify us within Wednesday 30th September.
Do you have any questions or inquire any information, contact Marlen Flatsetø, Standard Online, at: firstname.lastname@example.org.