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  • GE Oil and Gas Unveils New Completion Work Over Riser System for Well Access Intervention at Offshore Europe
    édité le 05/09/2013 - Plus de news de "GE Oil & Gas" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "GE Oil & Gas"


GE Oil and Gas Unveils New Completion Work Over Riser System for Well Access Intervention at Offshore Europe
GE Oil & Gas announced the introduction of a new Completion Work Over Riser (CWOR) system for its Well Access Intervention product line.

The CWOR system is used for installation, completion and intervention of subsea wells. It can be configured for GE’s latest Vetco Gray subsea tree systems in addition to legacy and other suppliers’ subsea tree equipment.

When applied on GE’s equipment, the customer receives “one-stop shop” benefits as GE can serve both as a traditional original equipment manufacturer as well as a service provider.

“With the latest CWOR system, GE is building on a product that is well established in the industry as we focus more on the diagnostic capabilities of our equipment and look to partner with our customers on improved oil recovery (IOR) strategies,” said Carl AJ Roemmele, global sales leader for subsea systems —GE Oil & Gas. “Our new CWOR offering reflects our commitment to being a leading solutions provider throughout the entire lifecycle of the field, as we aim to help customers optimize their field performance and hydrocarbon recovery. It underlines our strategy to support oil and gas clients with service solutions.”

The system is designed and qualified in accordance with the industry’s highest standards, including ISO13628-7, NORSOK Standards and Safety Integrity Level 2 (SIL-2) and is closely integrated with GE’s subsea systems tree offerings, granting customers access and control to their production system during installation, completion and intervention activities.

The new offering will help GE customers with project on-time delivery requirements and the related capital cost challenges of their offshore oil and gas projects. In addition, customers will benefit from reduced CAPEX investments, as equipment can be rented instead of purchased, thus unlocking the potential for use on already operated fields. Also, by complying with SIL-2 requirements, GE’s CWOR product addresses the need for safer intervention solutions.

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About GE Oil & Gas
GE Oil & Gas is a world leader in advanced technologies and services with 43,000 employees in more than 100 countries supporting customers across the industry—from extraction to transportation to end use. Our unrelenting commitment to the environment, health and safety, quality and integrity defines us: it’s The Way We Work.
We develop smart solutions for our customers across the oil and gas value chain delivering the innovation, customized service solutions, training programs and technology that helps them to maximize their efficiency, productivity and equipment reliability.
We partner with our customers to develop their next generation workforce; help them to fully benefit from the megatrends of natural gas, the growth of subsea and hard-to-reach reserves and the revolution in asset health management.


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