Cased hole logging specialist READ Cased Hole has announced a new collaboration in Alaska with EV, a leader in downhole visual analytics.

Working in partnership in the state, READ is now the selected operator of EV’s cutting-edge downhole video technology which enables vivid, high-definition video, providing a complete 360° picture from inside the wellbore.

EV’s camera technology is complementary with READ’s portfolio of well integrity services, including multifinger calipers that provide accurate evaluation of a well’s accessibility and structural integrity, as well as expert data analytics. READ can also deploy its calipers together with EV technology in a single run, in memory or real-time and on any conveyance, to give oilfield operators an unrivalled level of downhole insight. Read more…

 

Subsea project delivery and execution provider Rever Offshore has announced the recent completion of a contract awarded by Serica Energy.

This is the second campaign Rever has undertaken for the independent North Sea operator within a framework agreement which commenced in November 2018. The work scope, which took place in the North Sea’s Rhum field, was completed in late May.

Throughout the 14-day campaign, the company deployed the multi-purpose dive support and offshore construction vessel, the Rever Polaris, to carry out electrical diagnostics as part of a multi-year campaign of preventive maintenance on the subsea cable network. Subsequent testing took place via the Polaris and Serica’s Bruce platform. Read more…

 

Halliburton and TechnipFMC have introduced Odassea™, the first distributed acoustic sensing solution for subsea wells. The new technology platform enables operators to execute intervention-less seismic imaging and reservoir diagnostics to reduce total cost of ownership while improving reservoir knowledge.

The Odassea™ service integrates hardware and digital systems to strengthen digital capabilities in subsea reservoir monitoring and production optimisation. Halliburton provides the fibre optic sensing technology, completions and analysis for reservoir diagnostics, while TechnipFMC provides the optical connectivity from the topside to the completions. Through the collaboration, operators can accelerate full-field subsea fibre optic sensing, design and execution. Read more…

 

The Natural Environmental Research Council (NERC) and Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture (CEFAS) have announced 7 INSITE projects set to receive £5 million of funding over the next 3 years.

The awards come after an Announcement of Opportunity from NERC in 2019 inviting researchers to submit proposals for a new programme of science in support of the INSITE objectives. Peer reviewed by an international panel of independent experts, the projects have been granted funding until 2023.

Projects will seek to examine three key areas of North Sea study: understanding the role of man-made structures as an inter-connected hard substrate network; understanding the role of man-made structures as artificial reefs; and ecological monitoring and assessment of man-made structures as whole systems in the North Sea ecosystem. Read more…

 

ABB has signed an agreement with energy solutions provider Yinson for electrical, control and telecommunication equipment and services onboard the FPSO Anna Nery bound for the Marlim 2 oil field in Campos Basin, Brazil.

Yinson secured the contract to convert the 2002 Crude Oil Tanker leading operations and maintenance of the FPSO. The vessel is planned to operate on the field for 25 years.

Leveraging its ABB Ability™ System 800xA control system with Select Input/Output (IO), ABB will take responsibility for integration engineering in the project, integrating all the production modules onboard the vessel into a combined Integrated Safety and Control System (ICSS). Read more…

 

AGR’s software unit has delivered the first automated end-of-well report for Lundin Energy Norway. The firm’s industry-leading plug-and-play solution, iQx™, was used to generate the detailed well completion report for a well drilled in the Edvard Grieg area by the Leiv Eiriksson rig.

Lundin Energy Norway will now use the cloud-based iQx™ tool as standard across its well delivery process, enabling a more straightforward, accurate and less time-consuming working method for its drilling organisation.

Oslo-headquartered AGR Software helps oil and gas companies to digitise their well delivery process with immediate tangible results enhancing also the cross-discipline collaboration. Being part of the global wells and reservoir consultancy AGR, the unit has been developing E&P software since early 90s based on its extensive in-house operational expertise. Read more…

 

North east marine engineering specialist TSG Marine is taking new molecular technology offshore in a bid to get the sector back up to speed safely amidst the COVID-19 crisis.

TSG Marine is deploying a rapid sanitisation system which not only renders a workplace immediately virus-free but also features a unique molecular layer which, when applied to surfaces, kills all viral, bacterial, mould and organisms for up to 30 days.

TSG is also bringing temperature monitoring equipment to help the industry test workers joining facilities for signs of infection. This non-contact screening process use Artificial Intelligence to detect elevated temperatures in up to 30 people per second, with an accuracy range of +/-0.5oC. Read more…

 

Aberdeen-based service company Centrifuges Un-Limited plans to grow its headcount to 20 by the end of the year, as it presses on with growing its core business and exploring diversification opportunities.

Acquired by Linton Investments at the beginning of 2020, more than half of business secured by the company since has been won on the international stage, with Norway leading the charge in emerging markets.

With a raft of Norway-based heat exchanger projects already under its belt, Centrifuges Un-Limited is now poised to launch its mechanical separation service on the Norwegian market. It offers NORSOK-approved equipment specialising in fluid cleaning solutions for diesel fuel management, oily water separation for platform decommissioning, rig drains treatment, pipeline cleaning, well testing activities and well completions. Read more…

 

Medical and safety technology company Dräger Marine and Offshore has confirmed a new phase of investment in its Aberdeen office.

The investment will focus on significantly expanding the company’s rental fleet of offshore safety equipment, which includes its industry-leading fire and rescue apparatus. The company’s safety products are employed by many operators in the North Sea, and its Aberdeen base is home to the UK’s largest direct to customer rental fleet of Dräger equipment, with over 1,600 items.

The group has also appointed David Donaldson to lead its Marine and Offshore UK office, based in Aberdeen. Twenty-five staff are based here, and the site is also home to an international offshore safety training academy and state-of-the-art service workshop. Read more…

 

Aberdeen headquartered metal waste recycling and processing firm John Lawrie Metals has confirmed the successful completion of a first-of-its-kind project in partnership with Kishorn Port Limited (KPL). The project involved the downsizing and recycling of the MV Kaami, a general cargo vessel recovered six miles off the north west coast of Skye after running aground in March.

Working to European ship recycling and SEPA regulations, John Lawrie’s team from its Evanton base in Easter Ross successfully carried out decommissioning work including the downsizing of the full structure, recovering 1,200te of material which has already been shipped for processing and recycling.

The project team, consisting of six onsite with additional HSEQ and project support from the company’s Aberdeen headquarters, was mobilised on Monday 18th May with the project reaching completion on Tuesday 30th June, just six weeks later. Read more…

 

Global occupational health services company, Iqarus, is now carrying out 50% of all consultations remotely to protect the health of energy industry workers. This has been fuelled by the impact of COVID-19, soaring from just 2% usage before the pandemic.

Iqarus, part of International SOS, has been working around the clock with clients to support those with confirmed cases of coronavirus and implement preventative measures. This is alongside providing sickness absent management via video or telephone calls. The secure telemedicine platform provides video conferencing for return to work and routine occupational health consultations often required by international oil and gas firms.

The service is fully secure and compliant with the data protection and security provisions required of medical information handlers. In addition, International SOS is the first company globally to receive ISO certification for TeleHealth services. Read more…

 

Neptune Energy has awarded a subsea inspection contract to geo-data specialist, Fugro, for the surveying of subsea structures at the Cygnus gas field in the UK’s southern North Sea.

Fugro’s will use state-of-the-art remote monitoring technology to inspect subsea infrastructure including pipelines and umbilicals, spools and communication cables, and perform structural surveys of the Neptune-operated Cygnus gas platform jackets.

ROVs will be deployed from the Edda Sun vessel to carry out the inspection work. Data processors, who would traditionally review the inspection data from onboard the vessel, will complete the work from Fugro’s new Remote Operations Centre (ROC) in Aberdeen, more than 600 miles away, with data processed and reported to Neptune in real time. Read more…

 

Aberdeen headquartered technology deployment service company Carjon-NRG is linking with TechnologyCatalogue.com, to deliver a UK Energy Technology Platform. This platform will connect technology operators, developers and end-users in the UK oil, gas and renewable energy sectors and support rapid technology deployment.

End-users can quickly get an overview of available technologies, while suppliers can promote their technologies for free, and commission relevant services to support uptake.

The UK Energy Technology Platform will be online in Q3 2020, and suppliers can register now via TechnologyCatalogue.com.

 

Subsea project delivery and execution provider Rever Offshore has announced the completion of a two-phase contract with energy major Total E&P UK.

Beginning in late March, Rever undertook an onshore project management and engineering campaign, accompanied by an initial 41-day offshore operation and subsequent 10-day campaign, to conduct essential inspection, repair and maintenance (IRM) work on Total’s North Sea production assets. The workscope also included the completion of two complex and bespoke construction projects comprising the installation, hook-up and protection of a 2.6km electrical cable.

Rever Offshore deployed its multi-purpose dive support and offshore construction vessel, the Rever Polaris. The Q2 activity represents the beginning of a number of IRM campaigns Rever expects to undertake for TEPUK during 2020, all of which will use this vessel. Read more…

 

Tendeka’s VP for Europe, Russia, CIS & Africa, Gillian King, has joined the Board of The Oil & Gas Technology Centre (OGTC).

Gillian has worked in the oil and gas industry for almost 20 years and is passionate about new technology. Throughout her time at Tendeka, she has played a key role in the commercialisation of swellable packers and wireless intelligent completion technology and was previously involved in bringing expandable sand screens to market.

In her new position, Gillian will work with CEO Colette Cohen and new Chair, Martin Gilbert to shape the overall strategic direction and long-term success of the OGTC. She will also work on the Audit Committee, making sure there are resources, controls, and governance in place to deliver on the centre’s goals. Read more…

 

Aberdeen-headquartered well management and performance improvement specialist Exceed has announced the establishment of Exceed Norge. The new unit reflects its parent company’s ongoing strategy to strengthen and diversify its profile, in terms of both geographic footprint and services offered.

The Stavanger-based subsidiary is headed up by managing director Mike Simpson who brings over 30 years’ experience in the Norwegian and international energy sectors.

In addition to expanding the range of well management services available to Exceed clients, Exceed Norge’s overarching objective is the implementation of new commercial models, applied to exploration drilling and well plug and abandonment (P&A) activity. Read more…

 

Brodies LLP is re-launching its Oil & Gas Academy series, now in an online format. Aimed at in-house lawyers and commercial managers in the sector, the seminars provide delegates with the opportunity to extend their depth of knowledge, breadth of skills and range of contacts.

The firm will hold three one-hour sessions over the coming months, starting Thursday 25th June at 2pm. The first session is ‘Alternative contract models for decommissioning’ and will outline models that could be used to improve cost reduction in decommissioning. Read more…

 

Drone-based inspection and asset visualisation expert Cyberhawk has secured a five-year, multimillion-dollar software contract with Royal Dutch Shell plc (Shell).

The company’s iHawk platform will become Shell’s next generation visualisation software platform for all onshore, offshore and subsea assets, as well as all global construction projects.

Cyberhawk, which has been working with Shell since 2012, will support the supermajor’s digital transformation strategy, providing a central platform for all digital and visual data sources. Additionally, iHawk will provide a fully enabled IoT solution by seamlessly integrating third party sensors and APIs specifically developed for Shell. Read more…

 

Well engineering and project management specialist Fraser Well Management (FWM) has assumed the production well operatorship of six southern North Sea development wells, marking the launch of a new product line.

The work centres on NEO Energy’s Babbage platform, and includes five gas production wells and one suspended well. The scope of work covers the management of well integrity during the production phase, including any well intervention operations.

Production well operator services for NEO Energy will be performed by FWM’s operations office in Aberdeen. This appointment represents a new product line for FWM, and a natural evolution which builds on successful well construction projects delivered as well operator last year. Read more…

 

Add Energy’s Asset and Integrity Management (AIM) division has developed a new integrated solution to monitor, track and analyse components of fixed assets in real-time.

The award-winning technology, AssetVoice™, combines features from asset management, change management and real-time location systems, and offers a single source of data for an asset’s location, state, and availability. Used in multiple industries to help optimise operations, it allows users to digitally monitor, track and produce analytics for the stocked, stored and fitted components of an operating asset throughout its lifecycle and in real-time.

Representing a £300,000 joint investment by Add Energy and the UK Government (Innovate UK), the launch of AssetVoice™ is the result of a second Knowledge Transfer Program, in which Add Energy, the University of Salford and the UK government have collaborated. Read more…

 

READ Cased Hole and EV develop downhole video technology

Cased hole logging specialist READ Cased Hole has announced a new collaboration in Alaska with EV, a leader in downhole visual analytics.

Working in partnership in the state, READ is now the selected operator of EV’s cutting-edge downhole video technology which enables vivid, high-definition video, providing a complete 360° picture from inside the wellbore.

EV’s camera technology is complementary with READ’s portfolio of well integrity services, including multifinger calipers that provide accurate evaluation of a well’s accessibility and structural integrity, as well as expert data analytics. READ can also deploy its calipers together with EV technology in a single run, in memory or real-time and on any conveyance, to give oilfield operators an unrivalled level of downhole insight. Read more…

 

Rever Offshore completes Serica campaign

Subsea project delivery and execution provider Rever Offshore has announced the recent completion of a contract awarded by Serica Energy.

This is the second campaign Rever has undertaken for the independent North Sea operator within a framework agreement which commenced in November 2018. The work scope, which took place in the North Sea’s Rhum field, was completed in late May.

Throughout the 14-day campaign, the company deployed the multi-purpose dive support and offshore construction vessel, the Rever Polaris, to carry out electrical diagnostics as part of a multi-year campaign of preventive maintenance on the subsea cable network. Subsequent testing took place via the Polaris and Serica’s Bruce platform. Read more…

 

TechnipFMC and Halliburton offer new subsea sensing technology

Halliburton and TechnipFMC have introduced Odassea™, the first distributed acoustic sensing solution for subsea wells. The new technology platform enables operators to execute intervention-less seismic imaging and reservoir diagnostics to reduce total cost of ownership while improving reservoir knowledge.

The Odassea™ service integrates hardware and digital systems to strengthen digital capabilities in subsea reservoir monitoring and production optimisation. Halliburton provides the fibre optic sensing technology, completions and analysis for reservoir diagnostics, while TechnipFMC provides the optical connectivity from the topside to the completions. Through the collaboration, operators can accelerate full-field subsea fibre optic sensing, design and execution. Read more…

 

INSITE projects secure £5 million in funding

The Natural Environmental Research Council (NERC) and Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture (CEFAS) have announced 7 INSITE projects set to receive £5 million of funding over the next 3 years.

The awards come after an Announcement of Opportunity from NERC in 2019 inviting researchers to submit proposals for a new programme of science in support of the INSITE objectives. Peer reviewed by an international panel of independent experts, the projects have been granted funding until 2023.

Projects will seek to examine three key areas of North Sea study: understanding the role of man-made structures as an inter-connected hard substrate network; understanding the role of man-made structures as artificial reefs; and ecological monitoring and assessment of man-made structures as whole systems in the North Sea ecosystem. Read more…

 

ABB teams up with Yinson on offshore oil and gas project in Brazil

ABB has signed an agreement with energy solutions provider Yinson for electrical, control and telecommunication equipment and services onboard the FPSO Anna Nery bound for the Marlim 2 oil field in Campos Basin, Brazil.

Yinson secured the contract to convert the 2002 Crude Oil Tanker leading operations and maintenance of the FPSO. The vessel is planned to operate on the field for 25 years.

Leveraging its ABB Ability™ System 800xA control system with Select Input/Output (IO), ABB will take responsibility for integration engineering in the project, integrating all the production modules onboard the vessel into a combined Integrated Safety and Control System (ICSS). Read more…

 

AGR automates end-of-well reporting for exploration company

AGR’s software unit has delivered the first automated end-of-well report for Lundin Energy Norway. The firm’s industry-leading plug-and-play solution, iQx™, was used to generate the detailed well completion report for a well drilled in the Edvard Grieg area by the Leiv Eiriksson rig.

Lundin Energy Norway will now use the cloud-based iQx™ tool as standard across its well delivery process, enabling a more straightforward, accurate and less time-consuming working method for its drilling organisation.

Oslo-headquartered AGR Software helps oil and gas companies to digitise their well delivery process with immediate tangible results enhancing also the cross-discipline collaboration. Being part of the global wells and reservoir consultancy AGR, the unit has been developing E&P software since early 90s based on its extensive in-house operational expertise. Read more…

 

TSG Marine leads the fight against COVID-19 offshore

North east marine engineering specialist TSG Marine is taking new molecular technology offshore in a bid to get the sector back up to speed safely amidst the COVID-19 crisis.

TSG Marine is deploying a rapid sanitisation system which not only renders a workplace immediately virus-free but also features a unique molecular layer which, when applied to surfaces, kills all viral, bacterial, mould and organisms for up to 30 days.

TSG is also bringing temperature monitoring equipment to help the industry test workers joining facilities for signs of infection. This non-contact screening process use Artificial Intelligence to detect elevated temperatures in up to 30 people per second, with an accuracy range of +/-0.5oC. Read more…

 

Centrifuges Un-Limited eyes Norwegian growth

Aberdeen-based service company Centrifuges Un-Limited plans to grow its headcount to 20 by the end of the year, as it presses on with growing its core business and exploring diversification opportunities.

Acquired by Linton Investments at the beginning of 2020, more than half of business secured by the company since has been won on the international stage, with Norway leading the charge in emerging markets.

With a raft of Norway-based heat exchanger projects already under its belt, Centrifuges Un-Limited is now poised to launch its mechanical separation service on the Norwegian market. It offers NORSOK-approved equipment specialising in fluid cleaning solutions for diesel fuel management, oily water separation for platform decommissioning, rig drains treatment, pipeline cleaning, well testing activities and well completions. Read more…

 

Dräger announces ongoing Aberdeen investment

Medical and safety technology company Dräger Marine and Offshore has confirmed a new phase of investment in its Aberdeen office.

The investment will focus on significantly expanding the company’s rental fleet of offshore safety equipment, which includes its industry-leading fire and rescue apparatus. The company’s safety products are employed by many operators in the North Sea, and its Aberdeen base is home to the UK’s largest direct to customer rental fleet of Dräger equipment, with over 1,600 items.

The group has also appointed David Donaldson to lead its Marine and Offshore UK office, based in Aberdeen. Twenty-five staff are based here, and the site is also home to an international offshore safety training academy and state-of-the-art service workshop. Read more…

 

John Lawrie completes MV Kaami decommissioning at Kishorn

Aberdeen headquartered metal waste recycling and processing firm John Lawrie Metals has confirmed the successful completion of a first-of-its-kind project in partnership with Kishorn Port Limited (KPL). The project involved the downsizing and recycling of the MV Kaami, a general cargo vessel recovered six miles off the north west coast of Skye after running aground in March.

Working to European ship recycling and SEPA regulations, John Lawrie’s team from its Evanton base in Easter Ross successfully carried out decommissioning work including the downsizing of the full structure, recovering 1,200te of material which has already been shipped for processing and recycling.

The project team, consisting of six onsite with additional HSEQ and project support from the company’s Aberdeen headquarters, was mobilised on Monday 18th May with the project reaching completion on Tuesday 30th June, just six weeks later. Read more…

 

Iqarus expands remote consultations to support workers during COVID-19

Global occupational health services company, Iqarus, is now carrying out 50% of all consultations remotely to protect the health of energy industry workers. This has been fuelled by the impact of COVID-19, soaring from just 2% usage before the pandemic.

Iqarus, part of International SOS, has been working around the clock with clients to support those with confirmed cases of coronavirus and implement preventative measures. This is alongside providing sickness absent management via video or telephone calls. The secure telemedicine platform provides video conferencing for return to work and routine occupational health consultations often required by international oil and gas firms.

The service is fully secure and compliant with the data protection and security provisions required of medical information handlers. In addition, International SOS is the first company globally to receive ISO certification for TeleHealth services. Read more…

 

Neptune Energy awards Cygnus remote monitoring contract to Fugro

Neptune Energy has awarded a subsea inspection contract to geo-data specialist, Fugro, for the surveying of subsea structures at the Cygnus gas field in the UK’s southern North Sea.

Fugro’s will use state-of-the-art remote monitoring technology to inspect subsea infrastructure including pipelines and umbilicals, spools and communication cables, and perform structural surveys of the Neptune-operated Cygnus gas platform jackets.

ROVs will be deployed from the Edda Sun vessel to carry out the inspection work. Data processors, who would traditionally review the inspection data from onboard the vessel, will complete the work from Fugro’s new Remote Operations Centre (ROC) in Aberdeen, more than 600 miles away, with data processed and reported to Neptune in real time. Read more…

 

Carjon-NRG supports delivery of online technology platform

Aberdeen headquartered technology deployment service company Carjon-NRG is linking with TechnologyCatalogue.com, to deliver a UK Energy Technology Platform. This platform will connect technology operators, developers and end-users in the UK oil, gas and renewable energy sectors and support rapid technology deployment.

End-users can quickly get an overview of available technologies, while suppliers can promote their technologies for free, and commission relevant services to support uptake.

The UK Energy Technology Platform will be online in Q3 2020, and suppliers can register now via TechnologyCatalogue.com.

 

Rever Offshore completes multi-million IRM contract

Subsea project delivery and execution provider Rever Offshore has announced the completion of a two-phase contract with energy major Total E&P UK.

Beginning in late March, Rever undertook an onshore project management and engineering campaign, accompanied by an initial 41-day offshore operation and subsequent 10-day campaign, to conduct essential inspection, repair and maintenance (IRM) work on Total’s North Sea production assets. The workscope also included the completion of two complex and bespoke construction projects comprising the installation, hook-up and protection of a 2.6km electrical cable.

Rever Offshore deployed its multi-purpose dive support and offshore construction vessel, the Rever Polaris. The Q2 activity represents the beginning of a number of IRM campaigns Rever expects to undertake for TEPUK during 2020, all of which will use this vessel. Read more…

 

OGTC Board welcomes Tendeka’s Gillian King

Tendeka’s VP for Europe, Russia, CIS & Africa, Gillian King, has joined the Board of The Oil & Gas Technology Centre (OGTC).

Gillian has worked in the oil and gas industry for almost 20 years and is passionate about new technology. Throughout her time at Tendeka, she has played a key role in the commercialisation of swellable packers and wireless intelligent completion technology and was previously involved in bringing expandable sand screens to market.

In her new position, Gillian will work with CEO Colette Cohen and new Chair, Martin Gilbert to shape the overall strategic direction and long-term success of the OGTC. She will also work on the Audit Committee, making sure there are resources, controls, and governance in place to deliver on the centre’s goals. Read more…

 

Exceed increases global footprint, establishes Exceed Norge

Aberdeen-headquartered well management and performance improvement specialist Exceed has announced the establishment of Exceed Norge. The new unit reflects its parent company’s ongoing strategy to strengthen and diversify its profile, in terms of both geographic footprint and services offered.

The Stavanger-based subsidiary is headed up by managing director Mike Simpson who brings over 30 years’ experience in the Norwegian and international energy sectors.

In addition to expanding the range of well management services available to Exceed clients, Exceed Norge’s overarching objective is the implementation of new commercial models, applied to exploration drilling and well plug and abandonment (P&A) activity. Read more…

 

Brodies launches Oil & Gas Academy webinars

Brodies LLP is re-launching its Oil & Gas Academy series, now in an online format. Aimed at in-house lawyers and commercial managers in the sector, the seminars provide delegates with the opportunity to extend their depth of knowledge, breadth of skills and range of contacts.

The firm will hold three one-hour sessions over the coming months, starting Thursday 25th June at 2pm. The first session is ‘Alternative contract models for decommissioning’ and will outline models that could be used to improve cost reduction in decommissioning. Read more…

 

Cyberhawk secures five-year software contract with Shell

Drone-based inspection and asset visualisation expert Cyberhawk has secured a five-year, multimillion-dollar software contract with Royal Dutch Shell plc (Shell).

The company’s iHawk platform will become Shell’s next generation visualisation software platform for all onshore, offshore and subsea assets, as well as all global construction projects.

Cyberhawk, which has been working with Shell since 2012, will support the supermajor’s digital transformation strategy, providing a central platform for all digital and visual data sources. Additionally, iHawk will provide a fully enabled IoT solution by seamlessly integrating third party sensors and APIs specifically developed for Shell. Read more…

 

Fraser Well Management secures first production well operatorship appointment

Well engineering and project management specialist Fraser Well Management (FWM) has assumed the production well operatorship of six southern North Sea development wells, marking the launch of a new product line.

The work centres on NEO Energy’s Babbage platform, and includes five gas production wells and one suspended well. The scope of work covers the management of well integrity during the production phase, including any well intervention operations.

Production well operator services for NEO Energy will be performed by FWM’s operations office in Aberdeen. This appointment represents a new product line for FWM, and a natural evolution which builds on successful well construction projects delivered as well operator last year. Read more…

 

Add Energy launches AssetVoice smart solution

Add Energy’s Asset and Integrity Management (AIM) division has developed a new integrated solution to monitor, track and analyse components of fixed assets in real-time.

The award-winning technology, AssetVoice™, combines features from asset management, change management and real-time location systems, and offers a single source of data for an asset’s location, state, and availability. Used in multiple industries to help optimise operations, it allows users to digitally monitor, track and produce analytics for the stocked, stored and fitted components of an operating asset throughout its lifecycle and in real-time.

Representing a £300,000 joint investment by Add Energy and the UK Government (Innovate UK), the launch of AssetVoice™ is the result of a second Knowledge Transfer Program, in which Add Energy, the University of Salford and the UK government have collaborated. Read more…