Hurricanes Ivan, Katrina, and Rita

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8 nov. 2013 (il y a 7 années et 10 mois)

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Update on the Aftermath of
Hurricanes Ivan, Katrina, and Rita


The Untold Story

Restoring Trust in Pipeline Safety

A Conference for all Stakeholders

November 2, 2006

Alex Alvarado


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GOM Pipeline Infrastructure



33,900 total miles of
pipelines


In 2001 and 2002
MMS approved
2,049 and 2,017
miles respectively
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record years


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Pipelines Approved

(Updated October 21, 2006)

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GOM Production


GOM production to continue to increase
during the next decade (deepwater)


GOM provides 30% oil and 22% gas of
US supply


Pipeline technology has kept up with
increased water depths


World deepest installation & operation is in
GOM at 7,570 ft (November 2003)

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Hurricanes Katrina and Rita Impact on
Pipeline Infrastructure


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Hurricanes Katrina and Rita Impact on Pipeline
Infrastructure

October 23
,
2006


20,000 miles (60%) of pipelines in GOM waters were
within the hurricane force wind corridors


Industry has completed most inspections to determine full
damage extent


Time frame extended


Inspections completed by October 6, 2006


Repairs completed by November 1, 2006


Monthly inspection and pipeline status reports submitted by industry


Last report due November 10, 2006


To date 564 pipelines have been reported damaged


119 have diameter 10” or greater

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Hurricanes Katrina and Rita Impact on Pipeline
Infrastructure





Have not had chance to analyze the updated
No. of damaged reports


Of the total 457 reported by April , 2006


41% associated with platform damage (leaning or
destroyed)


4% third party impact


2% had movement > 1000’



1% mudslides


5% exposed


28% riser damage


19% unknown/other


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Pipelines displacement caused by
Hurricane Ivan

18” oil pipeline displaced up
to 3,000 feet in 27mi span


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Pipeline displacement caused by
Hurricane Rita

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Hurricanes Katrina and Rita Impact on Pipeline
Infrastructure

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Typhoon


Before Rita

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Typhoon


After Rita

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Mars


Before Katrina

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Mars


After Katrina

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WD 117


Before Katrina

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WD 117 F


After Katrina

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0” Current

Point of View

Water Level

Elev: 0’
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Mud
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Line Level

Elev: (
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253’
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DIVER

Elev: (
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85’
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EI
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338
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A

Height:

33’
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Height:

60’
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158’
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Height:

40’
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Height:

Height: 42’
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Height: 18’
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Hurricanes Katrina and Rita Impact on Pipeline
Infrastructure
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EI 338

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Hurricanes Katrina and Rita Impact on Pipeline
Infrastructure


New mobile offshore drilling unit (MODU)
standards on rigs fitness requirements


API RP 95J
Gulf of Mexico Jackup Operations for
Hurricane Season
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Interim Recommendations, First
Edition


MMS NTL No. 2006
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G09 Interim Guidelines for Jack
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up
Drilling Rig Fitness Requirements for the 2006 Hurricane
Season

published adopting information on RP


API RP 95F
Interim Guidance for GOM Mooring
Practice
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2006 Hurricane Season

to cover floating
moored MODU


MMS NTL No.2006
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G10 Interim Guidelines for Moored
Drilling Rig Fitness Requirements for the 2006 Hurricane
Season published adopting information on RP


Must demonstrate the fitness of any drilling rig to be
used to conduct operations in the GOM OCS during the
2006 hurricane season





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Summary


Over all industry is doing a good job in
planning, response, and recovery


One fatality


No significant pollution incidents


Hurricane Katrina & Rita most difficult
hurricane response and recovery


Repairs still on going and will continue
through this hurricane season