Subsea gas processing using the revolutionary twister technology. The aim is to gain knowledge of high pressure natural gas and complementary sub-sea equipment essential for the development of a sub-sea twister installation.
Developing a novel ceramic filter element for continuous electro deionisation (cedi) and to develop a new cedi-system for purification of water, utilising this ceramic element, intended for operations at high temperature and pressure.
Development of a seismic sequence stratigraphic interpretation system on top of the innovative d-tect seismic attribute processing and pattern recognition system. Decomposition and analysis of seismic data in a transformed, geological time domain.
Development of a new technology for the refinement of fish oils to create higher value added products based on advanced ceramic membranes. This process will be developed and validated by experiments at laboratory and pilot scale and optimised in an industrial test unit.
The project will review and define quality parameters for optimising yield management that may be measured online from slaughter to packing. The sensors would include: vision, specialised optics, contact and force, x-ray and chemical sensors.
The project goal is to specify, design, develop and qualify a high accuracy pressure sensing element for full scale (fs) pressures up to 60 bars. presens has the core expertise for designing such elements.
As oil fields get older they produce increasingly more sand, gas and water. Conventional technologies cannot solve these so-called 'tail end problems'. The aim of this project is to develop compact, efficient separation equipment to solve these problems.
Development of a rapid and easy-to-use method for determination of erythropoietin isoform-profiles in biological specimens, where aberrant distribution is appearing during pathological conditions, during therapy and after illegal doping.