Our digital platform is designed to help operators improve data quality and manage the ownership, security, sharing and use of data, while at the same time reducing operational costs.
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Where Your Needs and Our Capabilities Meet
Our services are highly relevant if:
- You need an efficient platform for storing and managing data, information and experience during the service life of your subsea assets
- You want to improve operations, based on data driven decisions rather than assumptions
- You want to reduce risk and avoid downtime
- You want to ”know it before it happens”
- You believe that access to relevant information at the right time is key to stay low on operational cost
- You want to reduce investment and operating cost related to IT infrastructure
- You wish to reduce the use of manual work
Our core business is related to engineering services. However, in order to add value to our customers, to lead the way in the digital transformation of the industry, and to increase the efficiency and quality of our services, 4Subsea has developed a digital services platform. With this, we enable the oil and gas industry to improve its profitability through digitalisation. Click to get Statoil Åsgard digitalisation case study.
“4Subsea’s digital solution for securing riser integrity aligns with Statoil’s digitalisation strategy and enables us to reduce both operational risk and the degree of manual work on Åsgard.”
Specialist Platform Technology, Statoil
We believe that having well documented data, managed in a context based system, is essential when planning operations. That is why we offer FlexTrack™ for risers and WellTrack™ for drilling and well intervention as part of our services. The solutions have been actively used by 4Subsea on all integrity management projects since 2008. 4Subsea’s digital platform is born in the cloud, builds on Microsoft Azure and utilises Azure’s scalability features to the full – from compute resources to storage, handling complex computations and storing large amounts of data.
It is not uncommon that an oil rig has ten thousands of sensors monitoring the condition of various equipment. Flexible pipes and wells are not exceptions and are often monitored by motions sensors, fiber optic strain sensors and annulus vent gas sensors (flexibles). Only a few percent of the data are examined, as this information is used to detect and control anomalies while the great value lies in optimisation and prediction. The architecture behind the 4Subsea digital platform is designed to receive and compute large amounts of data, unlocking the true potential of the data.
Would you like to get CEO Peter Jenkins’ latest take on digitising oil, gas and offshore wind? Click here to get his presentation from the Fred Olsen Energy conference in May 2017.