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M R 100100

Venture into the Norwegian

Subsea Valley ll matters maritime and subsea are seemingly inter- Denton says the focus on achieving standard methodologies twined into the Norwegian DNA. For the tenth anni- for subsea documentation, at least, has been “talked about for

Aversary of the “MTR100,” our Oslo-based contributor 20 years but needed now.” Recommended practices for subsea

William Stoichevski ventures into Norway’s “Subsea Valley” documents, forged subsea parts and wellhead fatigue target in- for a look at the emerging tech and trends. terchangeability, safe operations and shorter lead times. Also sought are a lower document count and knowledge of wellhead loads due to today’s larger and more complicated well designs.

Operators in Oslo and Houston are understood to have submit-

DNV GL ted well histories for fatigue analysis.

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