Electrohydraulic subsea safety system for deepwater well testing introduced

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Dash 3 inch Subsea Safety System is announced as "a complete solution for electrohydraulic control of Halliburton's subsea safety tree."

It employs the speed of electrohydraulic actuation where it matters most — core safety functions — while still providing full direct hydraulic redundant control of all functions. This helps increase reliability and provide more cost-efficient operation and maintenance, it's declared. Previously, control was provided through direct hydraulic pressure from the surface.

Linking with downhole and surface readout control systems, Dash enables analysis to help drive optimal performance and avoid non-productive time during deepwater dynamic well testing.

The new system fully integrates with RezConnect Well Testing System for immediate, accurate decision-making during well test operations.

 

 

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