In the oil and gas industry, pipelines are an essential component of the business, essentially transporting product from its source to a destination, where it can be processed to meet client requirements. As new product sources are found and exploited, they are integrated into existing pipelines for transport to their ultimate destinations. In the subsea oil and gas market, this term is called a tieback and greatly reduces the overall costs for overall project, as it leverages existing infrastructure to support the new fields. Technological advances have allowed operators to increase the distances for these tiebacks by offering in field processing to assure that there is consistent flow within their pipelines. Subsea processing close to the edge allows operators to add new fields to existing pipelines in a very cost effective manner.