Mikhail Turbin – Subsea Products of NOV

Oil and gas operations as well as the global shipping industry need to identify and implement technologies and processes to reduce or even eliminate CO₂ emissions and HSE risks. It opens the need for new, innovative subsea technologies related to the use of ammonia as a source of energy combined with new regulations and requirements for the safe installation and operations of such systems on the seabed.

The Subsea Energy Storage System is designed to store subsea large quantity (up to 10 000m3 units with cluster carrying up to 5 units) of e-fuel such as liquid ammonia to either support subsea oil and gas production replacing conventional gas turbines or as a refuelling station for ships, tankers, carriers as ammonia engines are becoming readily available.