Smart Monitoring Solution for Safe & Cost-Efficient Offshore Operations

Advanced algorithms are used to analyze fatigue, well support and structural integrity on conductors, wellheads, BOPs and Christmas trees. (Image credit: 4Subsea)

By Peter Jenkins, CEO, 4Subsea

Offshore energy assets are, by their nature, expensive to maintain. Traditionally, operators perform regular ROV inspections to monitor the condition of subsea infrastructure in a timely and controlled manner. The ongoing integrity management of wellheads, risers, mooring lines, subsea spools and manifolds, as well as the monitoring of pipelines and other subsea structures that support offshore energy platforms, makes tracking existing data a challenge. These methods lack efficiency and cost the operator critical time and spend.

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