4Subsea has been awarded a Three-year Master Service Agreement for processing of BOP measurement knowledge for a number of Equinor’s cellular drilling models working on subsea wells.
The objective of the contract with Equinor is to offer effectively monitoring providers and rental of sensors to assist Equinor’s want for accumulating, processing, and documenting BOP measurement knowledge for improved operational determination assist.
“Equinor is within the forefront of the trade in the best way they’re making use of knowledge and digital providers to scale back operational threat and value throughout drilling operations. We are very proud that they’ve chosen 4Subsea as a companion for such providers and we stay up for persevering with the shut cooperation with them”. CEO of 4Subsea, Peter Jenkins.
4Subsea can even present a digital service, SWIM,for visualising situation monitoring parameters for subsea wells throughout drilling operations,along with offering knowledge streaming and rental sensors when wanted. 4Subsea can even have an onshore workforce of specialists accessible to assist Equinor’s onshore drilling organisation. 4Subsea will assist Equinor in getting perception from the BOP measurement knowledge streamed from their cellular drilling models.
Based in Asker, Norway, 4Subsea is a number one supplier of know-how and providers that assist operators keep manufacturing from subsea oil and gasoline fields and offshore wind farms. The firm was based in 2007. Analyst firm Frost & Sullivan awarded 4Subsea the Product Leadership Award for SWIM in February 2018. “With the brand new wave of digitalization and emergence of Industrial Internet of Things (IoT), it’s set to rework the normal oilfields into digital oilfields (DOF). 4Subsea’s SWIM is embedded with intelligence and connectivity that serves as a crucial software within the operator’s decision-making course of”. Kiravani Emani, Senior Research Analyst, Frost & Sullivan.
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