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Abstract

Gas production has increased due to increasing in demand of energy worldwide. Flow assurance studies in transport systems<br>related to offshore pipelines must be performed since the design in order to reduce operational costs and failures. This paper<br>presents the flow assurance study of a hydrocarbon pipeline of 120 km, which transports 650 MMscfd of gas production from<br>offshore fields to onshore facilities. Fluidynamics parameters were studied in order to optimize internal diameter and process<br>equipment required for handling of liquids present in the transport systems.

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2012-02-07
2021-12-09
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