IHS Questor 2023 Q3 (One PC)

QUE$TOR is a valuable software for predicting consumption costs in projects of exploration, extraction and exploitation of underground oil and gas resources. These types of projects usually include a lot of scattered costs, using this program you can centrally predict and control all the costs that have been spent in the life cycle of these projects. QUE$TOR is used in 50 countries around the world.

This powerful product has various applications in the oil and gas extraction industry, including screening of oil and gas reservoirs, optimization of processes, and detailed investigation of investment and operational costs in these types of projects. This software consists of three modules: QUE$TOR Offshore, QUE$TOR Onshore and QUE$TOR LNG Regasification.

This software, having a comprehensive database of countless features, technologies and equipment, helps cost estimation engineers, financial analysts, high-level managers to accurately model various costs in oil and gas extraction. Develop a regular plan for development processes, have significant savings in research and analysis, be able to have an accurate feasibility study of the project before the project is carried out, and many other similar predictions.

QUE$TOR helps engineers by providing various capabilities for accurate cost estimation so that they can make projects feasible based on their financial and time resources, thus saving time and money and preventing any kind of mistakes. which are caused by unmeasured functions. Oil and gas engineers, managers and financial and technical analysts can all seek help from the abilities and capabilities of this program in order to advance their goals.

QUE$TOR 2022 Q3 Release Notes:

General upgrades in QUE$TOR 2022 Q3 In response to user feedback the following features have been implemented in QUE$TOR 2022 Q3.

Updates to the greenhouse gas emissions report
The greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions report, accessible from the Project menu, now includes venting emissions for production and surface processing, and a dedicated emissions factors section. All the emissions are now reported in tonnes of CO 2 equivalent and the emissions intensity in kilograms of CO 2 equivalent per barrel of oil equivalent.

Production and surface processing venting emissions
Production and surface processing venting emissions are estimated for acid gas removal units and dehydration units on Topsides and Production facilities. Also included are flash tank losses from storage tanks for dry oil tanks on Topsides, and storage tanks on Production facilities, Terminals, Tankers, Cylindrical hulls, Offshore loading, Barges and GBS.
Vented emissions from the acid gas removal units are estimated based on the exit stream flow of the reboiler vent (stream 3 in gas processing), representing the residual methane and carbon dioxide quantities that are not combusted in the flare burning process.

 Marine transport of offshore wind farm components
Marine transport of offshore wind turbines (tower, rotor, and nacelle) and floating substructures (spar, semi-sub) from their fabrication site to the assembly site is a challenging process.

The increasing size of wind turbines has recently focused the attention on the technical limitations of transportation and installation vessels. Our approach has been to consider the most common practice in the industry, but it is worth pointing out that each project has its own specific parameters and often requires its own optimal solution.

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