Subsea System Engineering

Optimize cost efficiency and mitigate risks at all stages, upstream and downstream

SPE Tech Talk: Integrated Field Development for Optimal Subsea Asset Design

June 30, 2022, 10:00 a.m. CDT


Join OneSubsea’s Ron Pfluger and John Richardson as they explain how the subsea field development service’s engineers accelerate optimizing subsea asset design development by connecting multiple domains within the in-house-developed Subsea Planner collaborative field development solution. Comparing numerous scenarios enables quickly optimizing for high-quality decisions, design innovation, and asset value.

All-Electric subsea systems.

OneSubsea systems engineering comprises highly skilled industry experts who work in partnership with you from the initial stages of the project.

Responding to rapidly changing market conditions, we leverage cost optimization and lean system design without compromising safety or reliability. Recent advances in equipment and systems standardization continuously derisk your development plan and help sanction more projects.

Leveraging our system engineering expertise delivers tangible value, including

  • aligning tendering and technical bid evaluations
  • granting direct access to the production equipment engineering teams
  • aligning your project specifications with system standardization
  • managing internal and external interfaces

supporting project startup and front-end loading. Continuously derisking your development plan helps you sanction more projects.

As a result, you have more opportunities to

  • reduce project capex, opex, and cycle time
  • minimize project risk
  • maximize standardization benefits
  • reduce carbon footprint of the development
  • embrace new and enabling technology.
Woman working at her desk on a subsea equipment design.

Evaluate and optimize subsea architecture before project execution

Aligning your strategic targets and the required project execution plans is our mission. To achieve this, we work through front-end engineering and design (FEED) studies, state-of-the-art 3D modeling, systems engineering, and life-of-field support.

When you address issues earlier, you can better define

  • new subsea equipment technology
  • interfaces to drilling and completions teams
  • brownfield and topside modification strategies
  • production control system subsea architecture
  • subsea accessibility and intervention philosophies
  • drill center layouts.