Latest news on ExproSoft and WellMaster
New JIP for Subsea BOP Reliability in Norway
ExproSoft has launched a Joint Industry Project (JIP) to assess the reliability of BOPs (blow-out preventers) used for subsea drilling in Norway. The project is supported by Equinor, AkerBP, Lundin, VNG Norge, Faroe Petroleum, and Wellesley Petroleum, and will give recommendations to reduce the NPT (non-productive time) caused by BOP failures and testing, and provide a risk-based approach towards BOP failure handling.
OKEA choose WellMaster IMS
ExproSoft has signed an agreement with OKEA AS for the use of WellMaster, the global solution for digitizing and optimizing well integrity management. WellMaster will be implemented for all future OKEA operated oil fields on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, and ensure well operations are within NORSOK and existing guidelines.
Visualization of Well Data
With growing organizations, the need for communicating status and progress increases. In the well integrity domain, this communication typically focuses on overall numbers for the well barriers and its effect on safety and production. ExproSoft has addressed this area specifically with a dashboard tool for visualization of data concerning well integrity to the whole organization.
ExproSoft partners with Altea Resources in Algeria
(Press Release) ExproSoft, a supplier of well integrity and reliability software to the oil & gas industry, has partnered with Altea Resources, a global oilfield solutions provider, with focus on the Algerian market. The partnership enables delivery of end-to-end well integrity management to Algerian E&P operators, including well integrity training, software solutions, support, and consultancy.
Simple analytics for safety and cost reduction
Management around the world is about to realize that digital twins in combination with sensor data can be used to reduce unplanned corrective maintenance by the execution of preventive maintenance before failures occur. Technology for maintenance optimization has been used with success for systems that are easy to maintain. Technology maturing is required before it can be fully implemented for oil and gas wells and subsea structures. How can well and subsea engineers perform safety and cost analyses in the meantime?