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INDUSTRY NEWS


NEW ACOUSTIC LISTENING PLATFORM LAUNCHED


Archer, a global oil services company and well integrity specialist, has launched the Vivid acoustic listening platform, a highly sensitive, acoustic technology that detects, investigates and locates leaks in real-time, verifies cement barrier seals and characterises downhole events with excellent precision. The Vivid platform consists of


full-spectrum acoustic sensors that accurately measure the broadest frequency bandwidth and amplitude of acoustic energy with excellent sensitivity and can even locate previously indiscernible low energy leaks. Vivid will play a key role in casing and completion evaluation, cement performance evaluation and turbulent flow analysis.


InterMoor has recently completed work for the installation of the new Floating Storage and Offloading (FSO) facility Benchamas 2 (FSO Benchamas 2). Previously, the Benchamas Explorer


FSO, owned and operated by Chevron, was installed in 1999 in Block B8/32 in the Gulf of Thailand. The FSO began initial production in 1999 and after operating the facility for almost 20


Wearables and app tech deployed


Offshore oil and gas digitalisation software provider and systems integrator, Eigen, has built an app that provides access to real time information for platform managers and operatives, using wearable devices. Working in partnership


with Lundin Norway, Eigen has deployed technology to enable the digital worker to gain immediate access to critical data, using an app or by wearing a headset with a visor interface. This provides offshore workers with easy and fast access to operational information in one place.


Using special image processing technology or by quickly entering


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FSO replacement work completed


years, Chevron decided to replace the ageing facility with the new FSO Benchamas 2. The new


floating facility FSO Benchamas 2 was delivered by MISC Berhad, a leading provider of energy related maritime solutions and services, and


was converted from an Aframax sized crude oil tanker. The project marked MISC’s maiden foray into Thailand’s Oil & Gas market. InterMoor’s scope for the project included project management, engineering and manpower for the tow of the FSO Benchamas 2 from MMHE shipyard in Malaysia to the Benchamas field, offshore Thailand.


SENSORS FOR EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS


search terms, users access information and use the system to automatically identify and display information related to the equipment including: documentation; live performance data; equipment parameters such as manufacturer or current spare part inventory; and any alerts or alarms that have been generated recently.


NewTek Sensor Solutions’ new P-Series of high-pressure and water-resistant LVDTs offer reliable position measurement in deep subsea environments and other extreme high-pressure applications such as pressure test vessels and hydraulic actuators. These sensors serve as ideal replacements for load cells, pots and magnetostrictive sensors in underwater use. The durable, AC-operated linear position sensors are constructed of special heavy-duty, high- pressure alloys to operate reliably at pressures up to 20,000psi and operating temperatures of 55 to 200°C. Absence of electronics also makes the P-Series ideal for long- term operation in harsh ocean environments.


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