February 2021, Vol. 248, No. 2


Integrating Flow Assurance Engineering Domains Ensures Operations in Caspian Sea

By Amir Alwazzan, Dragon Oil and Abul Jamaluddin, Stratum Reservoir  Once the term “flow assurance” was coined in the 1990s, continued evolution in the offshore marketplace has demanded that the industry invest in advancing the design, strategies and principles that form the core of this burgeoning field.   When exploring how to make offshore development more profitable, nothing is as critical as ensuring that hydrocarbons quickly and cost-efficiently make it to the point of sale. While offshore drilling and production have always faced greater challenges than onshore operations,[1] this has been exacerbated in recent years by changing dynamics in more complex and deeper reservoirs along

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