Video Electrification: The Future Is Lower-Cost, Lower-Carbon Energy
Schlumberger electric energy system
Low carbon intensity
Employ lighter, smaller, more efficient all-electric compact systems to reduce carbon sources and generation
Eliminate hydraulic systems to improve energy efficiency while removing the risk posed by hydraulic fluid transportation, storage, and spillage
Increase reservoir contact and control
Connect longer tiebacks
Implement digital solutions to support expanded instrumentation and enhance productivity
Reduce total well count
Facilitate ultradeepwater and long step-outs
Operate not permanently attended installations (NPAIs)
Accelerate drilling (fewer wells)
Simplify subsea layout for shorter lead times
Expedite well cleanup
Performance demands a transformational shift
Maintaining a license to operate requires you to produce oil and gas sustainably. Industry success is being measured against new criteria: achieving the highest possible performance at the lowest possible impact.
We integrate our proven technologies for digitalization, electrification, and sensing from sandface to topside. The result is an end-to-end energy system that delivers the power behind sustainable performance.
Power and control
Precision and automation
Data and connectivity
Open collaboration and seamless system integration are key to unlocking your full asset potential. If the many complex interfaces among the sandface, subsea, and topside are not properly integrated, potential disruptions threaten end-to-end functionality. We provide the full range of technology and expertise to design and deliver a seamlessly integrated electric energy system.
The convergence of electrical power with real-time data and dynamic control systems makes it possible to perform fully automated procedures at the push of a button. These precision workflows include automated cleanup, automated shut-in and restart, and automated chemical injection. The Schlumberger electric energy system also incorporates autonomous devices that respond to predetermined parameters. Together, this combination leads to greater efficiency at lower operational cost and lower carbon per barrel.
Augmenting downhole and subsea measurements with the greater reach and new capabilities that only electrification can provide enhances what you can see and feel—and how you can respond.
Get your team closer to the action in real time without intervention to improve chemical management, flow assurance, and recovery.
Electric completion designs go beyond the constraints of electrohydraulics to reach farther into the formation, achieving greater reservoir contact per well. Concurrently incorporating remote, normally unattended installations (NUIs) into the design eliminates the CO2 emissions related to the transportation of crew and supplies. The Schlumberger electric energy system enables new fields to deliver at or beyond the oil and gas production of traditional fields while requiring fewer wells and reducing resource consumption.
Simpler to configure and scale, the reduced costs of hydraulic-free umbilicals help you to access new reserves more profitably—accelerating the time taken to achieve sanction. The ability to deliver virtually limitless electrical power to anywhere enables operators to create longer step-outs from existing facilities, making it possible to access previously stranded reserves.
Electric Energy System Offerings
Schlumberger electric energy system
Production Systems President Donald Ross discusses how electrification of offshore operations enables sustainable performance.
Watch how electrification of subsea production lowers environmental impact, enables accessing stranded reserves, and reduces costs—while also optimizing and enhancing performance.
Schlumberger’s Katherine Rojas, bp’s Rupen Doshi, and TotalEnergies’ Louise Tricoire discuss how electrification of offshore infrastructure boosts sustainability.
Schlumberger’s Technology Manager for Production Systems Hebert Heidenreich discusses maximizing value from subsea assets with all-electric production systems.