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Tecnología para reducir el flujo de calor latente en perforaciones submarinas de pozos petroleros

Resumen

Tipo:
Demanda Tecnológica
Referencia:
TRUK20160906003
Publicado:
12/09/2016
Caducidad:
12/09/2017
Resumen:
Una pyme británica busca una tecnología rentable para reducir el flujo de calor latente en perforaciones submarinas de pozos petroleros y prevenir el daño estructural que puede causar. La tecnología buscada debe ser capaz de reducir el nivel de intercambio de calor desde los fluidos de la tubería central de una perforación submarina hasta los anillos circundantes. La empresa busca compañías, universidades y centros de investigación, especialmente en el sector de exploración de petróleo y gas, que dispongan de tecnologías o experiencia para solucionar este problema. El objetivo es establecer acuerdos de comercialización con asistencia técnica o joint venture.

Details

Tittle:
UK SME is seeking technology for reducing lateral heat flux in oil well boreholes
Summary:
A UK-based SME is looking for cost-effective technology to reduce lateral heat flux in subsea oil well boreholes and prevent structural damage this can cause. They are looking to partner with companies, universities and research institutions, especially in the oil and gas exploration sector, that have technologies and/or expertise to address this problem. It is envisaged that the partnership will take the form of a commercial agreement with technical assistance or a joint venture.
Description:
Subsea oil well boreholes are lined by concentric pipes of decreasing diameter. When the well is active hot reservoir fluids are carried through the central pipe. As these hot fluids move up the well a heat gradient is produced between this pipe and the surrounding outer pipes resulting in the heating of the fluids in these annuli. Should the fluids become trapped this heating results in undesired pressure increases that can cause structural damage. Currently this problem is addressed by the use of vacuum-insulated pipes but this is expensive.

A UK-based SME, established by an internationally respected research institute with the aim of providing support to turn advanced technologies into profitable products and services for different markets is looking for technologies that can reduce the lateral heat change in subsea oil well boreholes and so prevent the structural damage caused. This technology must be able to withstand the extreme conditions found in subsea oil well boreholes and be cost effective. The SME is looking to partner with companies, universities and research institutes working in off shore oil and gas exploration that has a solution or can provide consultancy to develop one but is willing to consider technology from other end-application sectors that is capable of addressing the problem of heat exchange. It is envisaged that the partnership will take the form of a commercial agreement with technical assistance or a joint venture agreement.
Technical Specification or Expertise Sought:
The requested technology should be capable of reducing the level of heat exchange from the fluids in the central pipe of a subsea oil well borehole to the surrounding annuli.

The technology will need to be cost effective and be able to withstand extreme conditions making it capable of being deployed in subsea oil well boreholes.

Vaccuum pipe technology will not be considered unless it provides substantial improvements in cost-efficacy compared with current technology.

Partner sought

Type and Role of Partner Sought:
A UK-based SME, established by an internationally respected research institute, aims to provide support to turn advanced technologies into profitable products and services for different markets. This SME is looking to partner with companies, universities and research institutes that operate within the offshore oil and gas exploration and have either technology that addresses the problem of heat flux in fluids causing structural damage or expertise that could be used on a consultancy basis to address this problem.

The SME will also consider partnerships with companies, universities and research institutions outside the oil and gas exploration sector but who have technologies that address similar problems of heat flux across fluids.

It is envisaged that the partnerships will take the form of a commercial agreement with technical assistance or a joint venture agreement dependant on the technology and the amount of development required before implementation.

Client

Type and Size of Client:
Industry SME 50-249
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English