Multiple application reinjection system
Universally interface with all trees—topside and subsea.
The field-proven OneSubsea subsea modular injection system (SMIS) was the first of its kind to complete riserless hydraulic access intervention in Malaysia.
SMIS is a hydraulic intervention package that combines an injection conduit of openwater coiled tubing with a subsea injection skid or barrier package, complete with dual-barrier valves, integral fail-safe control system, and weak-link connector.
The subsea injection skid can interface with any subsea interface via the MARS multiple application reinjection system or a dedicated interface. A flexible jumper between the subsea injection skid and the subsea interface minimizes risk to the host structure.
The single, large-diameter coiled tubing conduit design is simple to manage and enables an increased flow rate. The use of larger-diameter coiled tubing in this application is made possible by the addition of several proprietary technologies that facilitate safe fatigue management while in service. A secondary circulation line is used in applications where required.
The system can be used for a variety of chemical injections, such as scale squeezes, acid stimulation, flushing applications, hydrate remediation, and well kill. It can be deployed on short notice as a rental service from a vessel of opportunity, delivering solutions efficiently and with lower intervention costs.
|Working pressure||10,000 psi [68.9 MPa]|
|Water depth||<6,560 ft [2,000 m]|
|Injection flow rate||16 bbl/min [2,900 L/min] at 10,000 psi|
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