J+S offer a range of solutions and products for extending the field-life of marginal developments and supporting obsolete control systems.
J+S has developed a new low cost and short lead-time Subsea Control Module to extend the life of marginal developments and late-life fields in the oil and gas sector.
Further benefits of the J+S system include a high level of configurability while maintaining reduced complexity by using commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware where available. Recent work in decommissioning has also highlighted a need for pre-abandonment monitoring systems.
J+S’s rugged Subsea Electronics Module (SEM) is designed for installation in our modular Subsea Control Systems.
The purpose of the SEM is to provide reliable and effective control and monitoring of subsea production control assets where OEM support is not an option:
The SEM is built using commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) components and runs on a robust Linux-based real-time operating system. We can optionally provide a topsides Master Control Station (MCS) with the SEM. The topside communications and subsea hardware interfaces are designed to be compatible with legacy seabed and topside hardware, while forming the basis for the J+S SCM.
The J+S Subsea Control System has been demonstrated in collaboration with EC-OG’s local power generation capabilities to provide a low-cost solution to small pool developments.
Where long tie-backs incur higher costs, J+S has developed a low-cost, economically viable solution, using locally produced power.
To eliminate umbilical requirements, J+S has made use of the team’s vast knowledge and experience to provide an acoustic communications solution.
J+S has developed a system using a scaled version of our Subsea Electronics Module to provide a data logging and monitoring service on a closed-in well
J+S has worked with hydraulic control functions to enable operation of local production system or export pipeline isolation valves.
J+S has designed control system elements to be configurable for use in control system modules and as stand-alone control system components.
Matt has lead the management buyout of the Subsea Engineering division of SEA for J&S Subsea Limited and is seeking opportunities to transfer technologies and products into the Oil and Gas and marine renewables markets.