Watch: Aker BP uses robot in offshore operations

Aker BP, Norwegian oil and gas operator, cooperated with the software company Cognite and explore how robotic systems can be used in offshore operations, making operations safer, more efficient and more sustainable.

Keppel O&M uses 3D printing for offshore grade materials

Keppel Offshore and Marine (Keppel O&M) is using a 3D printing technology to produce high-value components for the offshore industry, with the technology accelerating production times, resulting to projects being quicker completed.

New Bauxite Hills terminal’s design finalised

Rocktree Consulting, a division of Singapore-headquartered transhipment and logistics group Rocktree, conducted the front-end engineering and design (FEED) for a new floating terminal that will be operated by Australia’s Metro Mining Limited.

University alliance presents drones for offshore operations

A university alliance, led by the ORCA Hub, presented its 16 autonomous and semi-autonomous robotic solutions at ORE Catapult in Blyth, near Newcastle, that will be used in offshore robotics research. The drones will be used on or around offshore assets for detailed monitoring and it can replace the need for multiple sensors to be used for integrity monitoring on wind turbines.

Kongsberg, Shell to digitize gas processing facility

Kongsberg Digital signed an agreement to digitalize the Nyhamna facility, a gas processing and export hub for Ormen Lange and other fields connected to the Polarled pipeline. A/S Norske Shell will enter the partnership as operator of Ormen Lange and on behalf of Gassco as the operator of Nyhamna.

Watch: Robot drones to inspect offshore wind farms

A new project launched, aims to construct the world’s first fully autonomous robotic inspection solution, in favour of offshore wind farms. The project will cost $5 million, and the robots are expected to save the average of wind farm by about $33 million. In the meantime, it aspires to present the idea that offshore wind operations and maintenance missions can take place by autonomous and digital means.

Pacific Drilling to digitally transform its rig fleet

Oceaneering International and Pacific Drilling signed a five-year Digital Services Package agreement to provide Pacific’s customers with improved throughput enabling streaming video and real-time data. This will provide emerging services like remote ROV piloting, surveying, and automation aboard Pacific Drilling’s high-specification drillship fleet.

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