PERD Workshop - Oil & Gas Engineering Issues for the Beaufort Sea

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AbstractThe Program of Energy Research and Development (PERD) held a 2-day Workshop in Calgary on oil and gas engineering issues for the offshore Beaufort Sea. The Workshop took place at the Sandman (Downtown) Hotel on Tues/Wed October 18 &19, 2005. The purpose of the Workshop was to inform Industry of the considerable amount of PERD research that has been done in the Beaufort region and to get their input on remaining R&D issues. Tuesday morning was dedicated to summarizing some of the recent PERD research related to the Beaufort Sea. Tuesday afternoon focused on Industry interests and R&D issues related to the offshore Beaufort region. Wednesday was spent discussing emergency evacuation systems from offshore structure in ice-covered waters. The program for the Workshop is shown on the following two pages. The presentations have been summarized into a pdf format and are available for each of the sessions. The Workshop was organized by Dr. G.W. Timco of the Canadian Hydraulics Centre, National Research Council, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0R6 Canada. He can be contacted for further details (email PERD/CHC Report 60-117 This document contains the presentations from Wednesday on escape, evacuation and rescue from structures in ice-covered waters.
AffiliationNational Research Council Canada; NRC Canadian Hydraulics Centre
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Record created2009-09-10
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