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Subsea engineering is designed to provide the scientific and technical skills that are necessary for designing, building, installing and operating subsea (beneath the ocean's surface) equipment. This specialized equipment must operate in an extreme underwater marine environment to safely produce oil and gas, and is commonly installed using some of the largest offshore installation equipment in the world.

This multidisciplinary field is broadly responsible for the control and direct flow of oil and gas from deep marine wells. The scope of this engineering field includes all hardware, control, umbilicals, pipelines and interfaces with host production facilities. Subsea engineering is challenging because a successful operation involves hundreds of moving parts that are designed and expected to operate flawlessly for decades in harsh offshore environments while being remotely controlled from many miles away.