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Design and construction of FPO/FPSO and offshore platforms
Category: Design and construction of FPO/FPSO and offshore platforms
Subcategory: Ice load modelling
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Maritime operations, Sea ice/Icing, Maritime operations, Sea ice/Icing, Maritime operations

Multiconsult holds extensive knowledge and experience related to steel and concrete structures in arctic environments. This includes use of recognized analysis programs and tools, and programs developed through own initiated R&D projects.
Multiconsult conducts advanced hydrodynamic analyses to determine wave impact and response. This includes numerical time domain simulation of the response in moored structures to waves and cold climate actions, such as sea ice.
This expertise is vital when establishing correct design basis for sea ice and other relevant cold climate challenges, both offshore and onshore. Multiconsult’s strength is our understanding of the design process and thus a close working relationship between analysts and designers, i.e. integrated analyses in the design process.

Contact

Christopher Løken

Sales Manager

christopher.loken@multiconsult.no

+47 21 58 54 82

www.multiconsult.no

FPO/FPSO and platform design and construction
Category: Design and construction of FPO/FPSO and offshore platforms
Subcategory: FPO/FPSO and platform design and construction
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations

Inocean can contribute to each phase of a project, from conceptual studies, front-end design and engineering through project management and yard follow-up to final delivery. The Inocean engineering team has experience from several cold and harsh environment offshore projects, including development of an arctic drillship for Statoil. Based on this we can offer our clients a wide range of services in cold climate/arctic engineering.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.
Contact

Frode Kaafjeld

Managing Director

fk@inocean.no

+47 22 33 11 31

www.inocean.no

Category: Design and construction of FPO/FPSO and offshore platforms
Subcategory: FPO/FPSO and platform design and construction
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Installation integrity

GMC Maritime provides preproduced and moulded escapeways with heattrace for floors and stairs, suitable in arctic regions. The system is delivered with Power Management System to achieve minimum energy use while keeping escapeways free of ice and snow (surface temperature at approx. 2 degrees celsius). The system is approved by a Letter of Compliance with anti-icing performance requirements of DNVGL-OS-A201 and covers DNVGL notation Basic, Cold and Polar. The system is approved down to -25 degrees celsius.

Heated escapeways keep the surface free for ice and snow, providing a safe environment for normal walking and evacuation if needed. Moulded escapeways are flexible and a cost efficient way of heating surfaces in order to ensure safe operations in the arctic regions.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

GMC Maritime website
Winterization products and services
Contact

Arild Stølen

VP Marine

arild.stolen@gmc.no

+47 90 56 92 89

www.gmc.no

Category: Design and construction of FPO/FPSO and offshore platforms
Subcategory: FPO/FPSO and platform design and construction
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility

Sevan Marine has pioneered the cylindrically shaped FPSO as an alternative to the ship-shaped FPSO. The Sevan hull designs represent substantial cost savings for harsh environment installations, both in the construction and the operational phases.

General benefits of the technology:
- Reduced CAPEX and OPEX; no complex turret and swivel systems, no thrusters for heading control
- Scalable design
- Accommodates a large number of risers/umbilicals
- Low cost for subsea interfaces and provisional tie-ins
- Improved motion characteristics

Special benefits for arctic environments:
- Insensitive for the rapid wind direction changes of Polar lows
- Geostationary design for sea ice conditions
- Ice breaking hull developed and model tested
- Winterization efficiently integrated.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria



Reference

FPSO Piranema Spirit
FPSO Hummingbird Spirit
FPSO Voyageur Spirit
FPSO Goliat
FPSO Western Isles



Contact

Line Bliksmark

Marketing and Business Development Coordinator

line.bliksmark@sevanmarine.com

+47 40 86 71 56

www.sevanmarine.com

Category: Design and construction of FPO/FPSO and offshore platforms
Subcategory: FPO/FPSO and platform design and construction
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Special conditions (e.g. magnetism, communication satellites, etc.), Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Installation integrity, Maritime operations

OWEC Tower provide designs and construction of specialized projects for harsh environments. With safety as our top priority we offer innovative and cost-effective construction, conversion, refurbishment, upgrading and life extension works, and back our commitment for reliability and value-added services with experience from the last decade on providing 11 ice-class specialized shipbuilding projects.

We deliver high value to our customers through:
- Strong, integrated project management and execution
- Synergised engineering capabilities, procurement and resource utilisation

Research areas related to Arctic region also include:
- Arctic Offshore Structure
- Conceptual Design for Field Development
- Lifeboat for Arctic Evacuation
- Ice-Resistant Jackup
- Mobile Ice-Resistant Drilling Unit

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

OWEC Tower website
Topside Installations
Category: Design and construction of FPO/FPSO and offshore platforms
Subcategory: Topside Installations
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Installation integrity

GMC Maritime provides preproduced and moulded escapeways with heattrace for floors and stairs, suitable in arctic regions. The system is delivered with Power Management System to achieve minimum energy use while keeping escapeways free of ice and snow (surface temperature at approx. 2 degrees celsius). The system is approved by a Letter of Compliance with anti-icing performance requirements of DNVGL-OS-A201 and covers DNVGL notation Basic, Cold and Polar. The system is approved down to -25 degrees celsius.

Heated escapeways keep the surface free for ice and snow, providing a safe environment for normal walking and evacuation if needed. Moulded escapeways are flexible and a cost efficient way of heating surfaces in order to ensure safe operations in the arctic regions.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

Website
Winterization solutions
Contact

Arild Stølen

VP Marine

arild.stolen@gmc.no

+47 90 56 92 89

www.gmc.no

Category: Design and construction of FPO/FPSO and offshore platforms
Subcategory: Topside Installations
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

SPO Compact Flange is a bolted static pipe connection with a leakage probability in the same range as welded connections. The flanges are especially well suited in demanding applications such as for extreme low temperature and in dynamic loading situations, and when high external forces and bending moments exists.
SPO Compact Flanges is the basis for ISO 27509, but extends beyond this standard up to 20000psi pressure class. Extensive references in subsea applications, risers and in topside applications for more than 20 years.
All factors below contribute to an increased operational life of the topside installation:
1. Increased production and/or improved regularity
2. Reduced investments and/or operational costs
3. Improved safety or environmental performance
4. Increased operational life

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

SPO compact flange
Contact

Jean-Noël Lundh

Business Development Manager

jean-noel.lundh@fogt.com

+47 46 89 93 21

www.fogt.com

Category: Design and construction of FPO/FPSO and offshore platforms
Subcategory: Topside Installations
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

GMC offers complete design and engineering of winterization solutions for operation in cold climate. Solutions will be based on a survey on the actual ship, rig or offshore installation.
We use our cold climate knowledge and experience to provide clients with safe operational conditions for equipment and personnel. We guide clients regarding notifications and laws, describe alternative ways to comply depending on duration of contract, weather data for planned operation and payback time for investment. Our solutions are based on both manual and automatic operation. Operation manual is included in the solution.
We provide the products, systems and knowledge needed to improve operational efficiency and uptime for our clients.
A "turn-key" solution from GMC makes it easy for the clients.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

GMC Maritime website
Winterization products and services
Contact

Arild Stølen

VP Marine

arild.stolen@gmc.no

+47 90 56 92 89

www.gmc.no

Category: Design and construction of FPO/FPSO and offshore platforms
Subcategory: Topside Installations
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Safety and the environment, Installation integrity

GMC Maritime perform installation of products and systems for use in arctic regions.
The quality and operational lifetime of products and systems are depend on both the production quality and its proper installation on site. This is potentially even more important in arctic regions, as the harsh environment and remote locations provide challenges such as access to spare parts and maintenance.
GMC Maritime have extensive experience with installation work related to winterization solutions. We ensure proper installation of products and systems, hence reduce the risk of malfunction and downtime. GMC also provides documentation and commissioning of products and systems.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

Website
Winterization solutions
Contact

Arild Stølen

VP Marine

arild.stolen@gmc.no

+47 90 56 92 89

www.gmc.no

Category: Design and construction of FPO/FPSO and offshore platforms
Subcategory: Topside Installations
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Special conditions (e.g. magnetism, communication satellites, etc.), Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility

Semco Maritime is eligible to help winterize rigs and vessels by providing and installing winterization equipment in compliance with the International Maritime Organization’s “Polar Code”.

Amongst other, our services include installation and provision of:
- Heated non-slip Arctic Pad® mats on all walkways and stairs
- Insulation on all types of piping systems with a Persolit foam material
- Electrical heat tracing of all types of piping and firefighting systems
- Steam cleaners for moving and melting ice and snow
- Wind walls to prevent freezing of equipment

Our 30 years of experience, access to multiple North European shipyards and extensive experience executing projects offshore, makes Semco Maritime an excellent choice for servicing any rig or vessel situated in the North Sea.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

Semco Maritime website
Arctic Pad presentation
Contact

Kolbein Erik Gaardmand Tjelle

Senior Technical & Business Development Manager

kegt@semcomaritime.com

+47 51 63 89 42

www.semcomaritime.com

Mooring, anchoring and positioning systems
Category: Design and construction of FPO/FPSO and offshore platforms
Subcategory: Mooring, anchoring and positioning systems
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Maritime operations, Maritime operations

Lloyds Register Consulting perform Dynamic Positioning (DP) risk workshops, identifying potential position loss scenarios and the associated hazards. This is followed by risk analysis of identified position loss scenarios with regard to frequency and consequence, and evaluation against predefined acceptance criteria.

The reliability of the dynamic positioning operator (DPO) may be decreased by influence of Arctic conditions, and the role this plays in the recovery phase of loss-of-position events is a key parameter for assessing the barrier elements.

The results of dynamic positioning risk workshops enables risk mitigation through design measures and operational measures to eliminate or reduce the likelihood of position loss, as well as to mitigate the consequences.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

Lloyds Register website
Contact

Robert Nyiredy

European Sales Manager

robert.nyiredy@lr.org

+47 40 64 32 32

www.lr.org

Category: Design and construction of FPO/FPSO and offshore platforms
Subcategory: Mooring, anchoring and positioning systems
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Maritime operations, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

Ocean Installer provides EPCI (Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation) of mooring systems.

Ocean Installer can deliver complete mooring systems from design to installation and hook-up. The design can accommodate cold climate conditions such as ice scouring, sub zero temperature and challenging weather. The use of ICE class vessels further enhances our ability to perform in arctic and cold climate conditions.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

web page
Contact

Steinar Riise

CEO

post@oceaninstaller.com

+47 51 95 70 00

www.oceaninstaller.com

Category: Design and construction of FPO/FPSO and offshore platforms
Subcategory: Mooring, anchoring and positioning systems
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Installation integrity

Moss Maritime has extensive experience in mooring and stationkeeping analysis in arctic environments; both for moored and dynamic positioning (DP) vessels such as drilling rigs and production platforms. To address the challenges for operation in ice, Moss Maritime has developed optimal solutions for turret-moored vessels with improved station keeping capacity during ice-drift reversal. Our experience provides a solid foundation for the creativity to develop innovative and cost-effective solutions for today’s oil and gas industry.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

Moss Maritime website
Contact

Jan Korsnes

Vice President Floating Production

jan.korsnes@mossww.com

+47 67 52 62 50

www.mossww.com

Category: Design and construction of FPO/FPSO and offshore platforms
Subcategory: Mooring, anchoring and positioning systems
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

DNV GL have comprehensive experience from analysis, design verification, qualification and full scale testing from Maritme, Oil & Gas , windmills and fishfarms. Our experience include tailored testing of equipment for arctic environmental conditions.

Large-scale testing comprises capabilities for both standardized and tailored qualification and verification testing of fibre ropes, mooring chains, steel wires, and other components such as lifting accessories and oilfield risers. The biggest machine (Bergen Norway) has a 2,900 ton load capacity (28500 kN) for static and dynamic testing and can test samples up to 20 meters length.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

DNV GL website
Fulls cale mooring testing capabilities
Contact

Jan Egil Sæberg

Vice President Business Development

jan.egil.saberg@dnvgl.com

+47 95 80 49 97

www.dnvgl.com

Category: Design and construction of FPO/FPSO and offshore platforms
Subcategory: Mooring, anchoring and positioning systems
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Maritime operations

Wood Group provide multi-disciplinary integrated teams that specialise in all engineering aspects for floating systems, including moorings and station keeping. Our services range from full facility moorings design to specialist marine services.

Wood Group have the capabilities and experience to perform mooring system analysis in ice infested waters, where loads from ice and ice drift are present. Our services include station keeping analysis as well as heading control analysis for MODUs or floating production and storage systems. We provide robust solutions to ensure safe operation for our clients in all conditions.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

Wood Group website
Floating Systems
Contact

Odd Mohus

EVP Floaters & Drilling

odd.mohus@woodgroup.com

+47 95 07 72 62

www.woodgroup.com

Maintenance, modifications, operations and installations services
Category: Design and construction of FPO/FPSO and offshore platforms
Subcategory: Maintenance, modifications, operations and installations services
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Safety and the environment

FPE Sontum is a global supplier of active fire fighting equipment and systems. We supply the full range of fire fighting systems for use on fixed and floating offshore installations, refineries and land based installations. We provide project management, components and expertise at every stage of the technical safety and fire fighting life cycle.

For active fire fighting systems in arctic environments, FPE Sontum offers options such as CuNi or Super Duplex SS piping, cabinet insulation and heaters for cold weather.

The competence in our engineering group and design group is based on 30 years of experience in providing extinguishing systems made to comply with individual project requirements and regulations for oil and gas installations around the world.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

FPE Sontum website
Reference - Johan Castberg FPSO
Contact

Svein Roar Sivertsen

Director Sales & Marketing

svein.roar.sivertsen@fpe.no

+47 51 95 92 92

www.fpesontum.no

Onshore plants, facilities and terminals
Category: Onshore plants, facilities and terminals
Subcategory: Design and engineering
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Installation integrity

GMC offers complete design and engineering of winterization solutions for operation in cold climate. Solutions will be based on a survey on the actual ship, rig or offshore installation.
We use our cold climate knowledge and experience to provide clients with safe operational conditions for equipment and personnel. We guide clients regarding notifications and laws, describe alternative ways to comply depending on duration of contract, weather data for planned operation and payback time for investment. Our solutions are based on both manual and automatic operation. Operation manual is included in the solution.
We provide the products, systems and knowledge needed to improve operational efficiency and uptime for our clients.
A "turn-key" solution from GMC makes it easy for the clients.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

GMC Maritime website
Winterization products and services
Contact

Arild Stølen

VP Marine

arild.stolen@gmc.no

+47 90 56 92 89

www.gmc.no

Maintenance, modifications and operations
Category: Onshore plants, facilities and terminals
Subcategory: Maintenance, modifications and operations
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Safety and the environment, Installation integrity

GMC Maritime perform installation of products and systems for use in arctic regions.
The quality and operational lifetime of products and systems are depend on both the production quality and its proper installation on site. This is potentially even more important in arctic regions, as the harsh environment and remote locations provide challenges such as access to spare parts and maintenance.
GMC Maritime have extensive experience with installation work related to winterization solutions. We ensure proper installation of products and systems, hence reduce the risk of malfunction and downtime. GMC also provides documentation and commissioning of products and systems.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

Web side link
Winterization solutions
Contact

Arild Stølen

VP Marine

arild.stolen@gmc.no

+47 90 56 92 89

www.gmc.no

Asset Integrity Management
Category: Asset Integrity Management
Subcategory: Design of site and equipment for safety, production and flow assurance
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

GMC offers complete design and engineering of winterization solutions for operation in cold climate. Solutions will be based on a survey on the actual ship, rig or offshore installation.
We use our cold climate knowledge and experience to provide clients with safe operational conditions for equipment and personnel. We guide clients regarding notifications and laws, describe alternative ways to comply depending on duration of contract, weather data for planned operation and payback time for investment. Our solutions are based on both manual and automatic operation. Operation manual is included in the solution.
We provide the products, systems and knowledge needed to improve operational efficiency and uptime for our clients.
A "turn-key" solution from GMC makes it easy for the clients.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

GMC Maritime website
Winterization products and solutions
Contact

Arild Stølen

VP Marine

arild.stolen@gmc.no

+47 90 56 92 89

www.gmc.no

Analysis of root cause failure, risk and reliability, stress and hazard
Category: Asset Integrity Management
Subcategory: Analysis of root cause failure, risk and reliability, stress and hazard
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Maritime operations, Maritime operations

Arctic operations are often located in remote locations where there is an advantage to reduce the required number of workers on site. The Portable Annulus Tester PAT™ is an “Engineer-in-a-box” solution that removes the requirement for mobilising dedicated third-party personnel offshore. The patent pending system is the first in the world to completely automate and digitise flexible riser annulus testing.

The hand-carried test unit performs complete annulus tests, and algorithms are enabling the operator to take immediate action if anomalies are detected. The system presents results on the FlexTrack™ digital platform, accessible to both onshore and offshore personnel.

The hand-carried unit allows for simple and cost-effective annulus testing of risers using operators' own personnel.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

4subsea website
Portable Annulus Tester (PAT™)
Contact

Category: Asset Integrity Management
Subcategory: Analysis of root cause failure, risk and reliability, stress and hazard
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Maritime operations, Maritime operations

4Subsea’s AMOS™ is a continuous annulus monitoring system for new and existing (retrofit) flexible risers. It uses a patent pending method to detect failures such as outer sheath damages and blocked ventilation ports early on, hence preventing costly replacements, shutdowns and accidents. AMOS™ also provides the option of automated annulus free volume testing as well as automated nitrogen annulus testing.

AMOS™ serves as an additional barrier to the prevention of annulus failure, which is especially important for operations in remote locations where emergency response teams are far away.

AMOS™ provides safe operations, improved decision-making as well as reduced cost when operating flexible risers. The system reduces risk and averts potential costly replacement of risers.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

4subsea website
Annulus Monitoring (AMOS™)
Contact

Safety and mechanical integrity and inspection planning
Category: Asset Integrity Management
Subcategory: Safety and mechanical integrity and inspection planning
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Installation integrity, Maritime operations, Safety and the environment, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

GMC offers complete design and engineering of winterization solutions for operation in cold climate. Solutions will be based on a survey on the actual ship, rig or offshore installation.
We use our cold climate knowledge and experience to provide clients with safe operational conditions for equipment and personnel. We guide clients regarding notifications and laws, describe alternative ways to comply depending on duration of contract, weather data for planned operation and payback time for investment. Our solutions are based on both manual and automatic operation. Operation manual is included in the solution.
We provide the products, systems and knowledge needed to improve operational efficiency and uptime for our clients.
A "turn-key" solution from GMC makes it easy for the clients.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

GMC Maritime website
Winterization products and solutions
Contact

Arild Stølen

VP Marine

arild.stolen@gmc.no

+47 90 56 92 89

www.gmc.no

Drilling operations and well control
Category: Drilling operations and well control
Subcategory: Well control, well capping and containment systems and equipment
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Installation integrity, Maritime operations, Safety and the environment, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Safety and the environment, Installation integrity

In the event of a well blow out, a “capping stack” is a piece of equipment that is placed over the blown-out well as a “cap”. Its purpose is to stop or redirect the flow of hydrocarbons and to provide time for engineers to permanently seal the well.

PSW Group is an approved vendor of Capping Stack service worldwide. Our Arctic Capping Stack is rated for use in temperatures down to -29 degC, making it suitable for use in arctic regions. It is 24/7 operational, ready for mobilization, at a very competitive price.

Arctic Capping Stack key specifications:
- 18 ¾’’ bore
- Pressure rating - 10.000 psi
- Temperature rating - minus 29 degC (-20degF) to 121degC (250 degF)
- Water depth - 10.000 feet
- Weight - 85 tons
- Dimension (LxWxH) - 16 x 16,5 x 27,5 (ft)
- Designed according to API 17W

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

PSW website
PSW Capping Stack
Wellesley Capping Stack Deployment Exercise
PSW Capping Stack data sheet
Contact

Klaus Magnus Wergeland

General Manager

klaw@psw.no

+47 47 61 23 98

www.psw.no

Wellhead solutions, protection systems and well design
Category: Drilling operations and well control
Subcategory: Wellhead solutions, protection systems and well design
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Maritime operations

The Conductor Anchor Node (CAN) is a well conductor that is integrated into a suction anchor well foundation and is installed by a light subsea construction vessel.

A majority of The Barents Sea and Cold Climate areas may be seasonally limited for drilling and well operations. CAN technology will extend the possible work capacity within given seasonal limitations, as it enables a time saving of 2-4 rig days per well.

By pre-rig installing a single well foundation with integrated conductor (CAN-ductor), the well hook-up work can be performed pre-rig with the same vessel and this costly time delay can be reduced, thus facilitating instant production.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

Neodrill website
CAN technology
Track Record
Contact

Category: Drilling operations and well control
Subcategory: Wellhead solutions, protection systems and well design
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Maritime operations, Maritime operations

SWIM measures the accumulated load on the wellhead during the drilling operation. Autonomous sensors are monitoring BOP movements and data is transferred wirelessly to an ROV. The drilling team receives live update regarding wellhead integrity every time the ROV collects data – typically every hour to four times a day. No extra personnel are required on the rig.

In arctic regions, severe weather such as Polar Lows occur. SWIM provides your operation with better decision support during drilling operations, with reliable knowledge on whether to disconnect or continue drilling when operating in bad weather.

Operators can reuse critical wells and maximise lifetime of wellhead by scheduling drilling operations based on well criticality and historically accumulated load on wellhead.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

4subsea website
More information about SWIM™
Contact

Category: Drilling operations and well control
Subcategory: Wellhead solutions, protection systems and well design
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Maritime operations, Maritime operations

The conductor is the main load-bearing component in a satellite well, typically drilled for exploration or appraisal purposes. In order to have control of the well, it is crucial that the conductor retains its integrity at all times. Primarily during the entire drilling campaign, but also in the case of an accident, such as loss of position or if a capping stack needs to be installed.

Operators in arctic regions struggle with limited operational windows during drilling. 4Subsea’s conductor analysis documents that the conductor can maintain required integrity during the entire lifespan of the well. By tailoring the analysis to the specific rig choice, well location and design, we reduce cost by maximizing the operational window and avoid oversized equipment.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

4subsea website
Conductor Analysis
Contact

Category: Drilling operations and well control
Subcategory: Wellhead solutions, protection systems and well design
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Maritime operations, Maritime operations

WellTrack™ is a collaboration solution designed specifically for managing key data and the integrity status of wellheads. The solution improves the ability to plan operations, basing decisions on verified information, so that operators can make the right actions at the right time. WellTrack™ significantly reduces time and cost spent on wellhead integrity assessments.

In the harsh arctic environment with limited weather windows, robust planning of well operations is paramount. Part of this planning is knowing the status of the wellhead. This is essential when connecting to a subsea well to perform completion, workover or a side track operation.

Keeping track of key data provides better decision support, allows for extended service life, and secures optimal production from your wells.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

4subsea website
WellTrack™
Contact

Waste, cuttings and discharge
Category: Drilling operations and well control
Subcategory: Waste, cuttings and discharge
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Remote locations, Maritime operations, Safety and the environment, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Safety and the environment

Hoover Ferguson offshore mud skips are used for transportation and safe handling of hydrocarbon contaminated drill cuttings to and from offshore platforms. These units provide safe and efficient containment of drilling waste for transportation from drilling rigs / production platforms to onshore treatment or disposal sites.

They are specially designed for repeated use in harsh offshore environments and certified for use in temperatures down to -20 and -40 degrees celsius.

Added value:
- Certified according to DNV 2.7-1 / EN 12079.
- Meets NORSOK S-002N and R-002 requirements to improve health and safety.
- Light hinged aluminum lid for safe and easy lifting (opening and closing).
- Sealed lid prevents any spillages during transportation.
- Forklift pockets for easy maneuvering.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

Hoover Ferguson website
Offshore Mud/Waste Skips
Contact

Morten Evan Smith

Regional Business Dev. Manager

morten.smith@hooverferguson.com

+47 99 38 30 09

www.hooverferguson.com

Category: Drilling operations and well control
Subcategory: Waste, cuttings and discharge
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Maritime operations, Safety and the environment, Safety and the environment

IRIS provide Environmental Impact Factor - Produced water (EIF-PW) calculations for single or multiple produced water releases for a single year or over the predicted lifetime of the field.

The service is based on an Environmental Risk and Impact methodology and computer simulation tool (DREAM) developed in Norway to manage produced water and assess the no harmful effects discharges set forth on The Norwegian Continental Shelf. It has become a standard method for the North Sea, and it is equally relevant for operations in the arctic.

IRIS has served operators with EIF-PW calculations for several years. For these customers the service improves their management of oil field produced water. IRIS provides the EIF-PW services routinely to operators cost efficiently and authority accepted.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

IRIS website
Contact

Kristin M. Flornes

Vice President

kristin.flornes@iris.no

+47 95 78 53 63

www.iris.no

Drilling services
Category: Drilling operations and well control
Subcategory: Drilling services
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Maritime operations, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Maritime operations, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Maritime operations, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Maritime operations

Odfjell Drilling is an international drilling contractor that operates a fleet of sixth generation semisubmersible drilling rigs specifically designed for harsh environments. The three sister rigs Deepsea Atlantic, Deepsea Stavanger and Deepsea Aberdeen have been selected for the most challenging and prestigious offshore drilling operations by recognized operators like BP, Statoil and Total.

The units can be operated moored or on DP3 positioning system on water depths down to 3000 meter. They are designed for all year operations in all areas of the world in wave heights up to Hs 10.8 meter and air temperatures down to -30°C. All three units have delivered world class drilling efficiency with minimum waiting on weather and non-productive time.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria



Reference

Odfjell Drilling website
Mobile Offshore Drilling Units
Drilling Technology
Platform Drilling
Well Services
Fleet status for Odfjell Drilling's semi-submersibles and drillships



Contact

Michael Boysen Nielsen

EVP Business Development

micn@odfjelldrilling.com

+47 97 99 25 31

www.odfjelldrilling.com

Other
Category: Drilling operations and well control
Subcategory: Other
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Maritime operations, Safety and the environment, Remote locations, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Maritime operations

ScanSeis Consulting Group is a consultancy company that offers experience and expertise to the offshore survey industry - mainly seismic. Our team of highly qualified consultants are able to quality control offshore survey operations, including deepwater seismic operations. In addition, we can provide technical personnel and operation managers to work on clients offices running the survey on their behalf.

The challenging arctic operating conditions shorten the time window for conventional seismic operations, pose risks to in-water acquisition equipment, and introduce unwanted noise into the data. ScanSeis provide the arctic experience to mitigate these risks, as we have performed projects in the arctic regions of Norway, Greenland, Canada, Alaska and Russia since 2003.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

ScanSeis website
ScanSeis services
Contact

André Tørring

CFO

mail@scanseis.com

+47 41 22 18 80

www.scanseis.com

Environmental protection, monitoring systems and oil spill response
Category: Environmental protection, monitoring systems and oil spill response
Subcategory: Environmental risk assessment and oil spill contingency support
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Remote locations, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment

The environmental risk related to offshore operations in the arctic holds challenges of unique importance for the arctic marine environment. Based on updated methods with locally updated data on bio-resources, Akvaplan-niva assesses risk, outlines contingency needs and design contingency plans for arctic operations.

In case of an oil spill, our experienced staff provide advice and services within remediation, cleanup and post spill monitoring of recovery and reestablishment. Understanding the environmental risk associated with arctic operations and being able to manage unwanted incidents in a proper way is of outmost importance.

Akvaplan-niva mitigate environmental risk and provide safety for operators in arctic regions.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

Akvaplan-niva website
Environmental risk assessment
Arctic R&D
Contact

Lars-Henrik Larsen

Dept. Manager

lhl@apn.biz

+47 48 11 42 33

http://www.akvaplan.niva.no/no/

Oil spill response
Category: Environmental protection, monitoring systems and oil spill response
Subcategory: Oil spill response
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Safety and the environment, Safety and the environment, Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Maritime operations, Safety and the environment, Safety and the environment

OWL™ (Oil in Water Locator) is the world's smallest HLIF LiDAR. It can "fingerprint" oil, and thus receive a real-time identification of oil category and type (crude oil, hydraulic oil, etc.) on the spot, with no samples or lab analysis required. It can be used for optimization of clean up processes, post cleaning control and dispersant efficiency control.

The detector is weatherized to withstand harsh weather such as extreme cold and is well suited for arctic conditions. The system is fully autonomous and provides real time information, day and night, about oil in water. The system reacts specifically to oil molecules and is immune to weather induced false alarms.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 4: Technology qualified for first use Full-scale prototype built and technology qualified through testing in intended environment, simulated or actual. The new hardware is now ready for first use



Reference

Kemi Arctic 2015 (video)
OWL Shipborne Lidar Overview
OWL MAP Web Interface
OWL ™ - developed to detect oil in icy waters (video)
Real-time surveillance system for marine environment based on HLIF LiDAR (2017)



Contact

Christian Testman

CEO

christian@oceanvisuals.no

+47 21 50 71 00

www.oceanvisuals.no

Monitoring systems
Category: Environmental protection, monitoring systems and oil spill response
Subcategory: Monitoring systems
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Maritime operations

Weather information systems are a reliable and versatile tool for safer offshore operations. WISE BUOY can be used to collect data when planning operations and to increase the safety level during critical operations. It can also be used to collect data for later analysis for statistics purposes as well as storing data for incident and accident investigations.

WISE Buoy is designed to operate in harsh environmental conditions and provide valuable operational guidance to the operators. All materials and solutions have been used in arctic conditions in the past with good results.

We provide several types of buoys with complete mooring systems. A full suite of meteorological and oceanographic sensors are available, hence WISE Buoy can be tailor-made to customers specification or application.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

Automasjon og Data website
WISE Buoy
Contact

Jon Arne Silgjerd

Managing Director

jas@automasjon.no

+47 51 12 30 82

www.automasjon.no

Subsea facilities and pipelines
Category: Subsea facilities and pipelines
Subcategory: Manifolds, template and x-mas trees
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Maritime operations, Maritime operations, Safety and the environment, Remote locations, Installation integrity, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

Ocean Installer is a Norwegian subsea contractor with a global horizon that delivers full EPCI (Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation) services within the area of marine and subsea operations.

Ocean Installer can design, procure and install subsea equipment within the specification of customers and use of subcontractors. Ocean Installer has executed several projects to date for installation of subsea facilities. The design can accommodate cold climate conditions such as ice scouring, sub zero temperature and challenging weather. The use of ICE class vessels further enhances our ability to perform in arctic and cold climate conditions.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

web page
Contact

Steinar Riise

CEO

post@oceaninstaller.com

+47 51 95 70 00

www.oceaninstaller.com

Category: Subsea facilities and pipelines
Subcategory: Manifolds, template and x-mas trees
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Maritime operations, Maritime operations

AKOFS operates 2 specialized Subsea Equipment Support Vessels (SESV). The units are specially designed for deepwater subsea equipment installation, intervention and recovery. Equipped with state of the art systems, these vessels offer rapid module deployment and the possibility to perform pre-deployment functional testing.

The vessel with its DP3 classification makes for a secure and flexible working platform with a large operational window for subsea well intervention, installation and construction work in rough weather and sea conditions around the world, including the Barents sea. The vessel is environmental friendly with focus on low fuel consumption, low exhaust emissions, and has precautions in accordance with DNV’s “Clean” class requirements incorporated into the vessel design.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

AKOFS website
Skandi Santos (SESV)
Skandi Santos (SESV), brochure
AKOFS Seafarer
Contact

Frank Willumsen

Business Development Manager

frank.willumsen@akofsoffshore.com

+47 23 08 44 00

www.akofsoffshore.com

Category: Subsea facilities and pipelines
Subcategory: Manifolds, template and x-mas trees
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

Brown Field; in case of umbilical failure the SHPU takes over the Control of the XTs. This gets the wells back on stream within weeks instead of years at a fraction of the cost. Operated by existing control system or our own control system.
Green Field or Field Extension; eliminates the need of expensive traditional umbilical and the related risks. The HPU is moved from surface to subsea, but controlled from control room at the mother platform or from shore. It will be customized according to customer needs with LP, HP and chemical functions.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 4: Technology qualified for first use Full-scale prototype built and technology qualified through testing in intended environment, simulated or actual. The new hardware is now ready for first use

Reference

Homepage
Sales Manager/Snr. Subsea Eng.
Company page LinkedIn
Category: Subsea facilities and pipelines
Subcategory: Manifolds, template and x-mas trees
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Installation integrity, Safety and the environment, Remote locations, Maritime operations, Special conditions (e.g. magnetism, communication satellites, etc.)

New Cost efficient Subsea Solutions for Well Stimulations. Patented by Subsea Smart Solutions.
We have three different packages and this is one of them.
- Scale Squeeze Tree Cap for vertical XT`s. Eliminates the need for XT Handling Cap, XT Running Tool, Tree Cap running and retrieval Tool.
The XT will have an easy access Connection (2 - 7) for Well Stimulation with access directly into Tubing to maximise the result with maximum turbulent flow. The Barrier elements is PSV + FSC valve in the Cap. During the Stimulation the Top Connection has surface controlled EQD, PSD, ESD function according to NORSOK and ISO Standard and the operation can be performed from DP Class 2 and up.
During EQD there will be no spill, and the Well will be shut in with two Barriers in place.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 4: Technology qualified for first use Full-scale prototype built and technology qualified through testing in intended environment, simulated or actual. The new hardware is now ready for first use

Reference

Company Page Linkedin
Company Home Page
Sales Manager
Category: Subsea facilities and pipelines
Subcategory: Manifolds, template and x-mas trees
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

For electric XT`s we have MEG SHPU to operate the Down Hole Safety Valve using MEG as Control fluid.
No need for Hydraulic oil.
Will be customized and fit for purpose on request. Small size.
Can also operate using a Closed reservoir with Water based Oil as control fluid with the possibility to fill from Vessel if required.
Can be Shipped, Stored and installed in Arctic climate as well as the rest of the world.
The added value is: Less high pressure equipment at surface, Cost efficient (No need for hydraulic lines in umbilical), Reduce the likelihood of Oil Spill to sea, Eliminate the Top side HPU for WBM, Less manual handling during installation and overall a huge Cost and Risk reducing measure for the project.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 4: Technology qualified for first use Full-scale prototype built and technology qualified through testing in intended environment, simulated or actual. The new hardware is now ready for first use

Reference

Company LinkedIn Page
Web Company Page
Sales Manager
Category: Subsea facilities and pipelines
Subcategory: Manifolds, template and x-mas trees
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Safety and the environment, Remote locations, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing

We have a Contingency SHPU that will get the Wells back in production within weeks instead of waiting for a new replacement umbilical that's normally take between 2 - 3 years from the day the umbilical fails until the Wells are back in production.
It will fit all the XTs independent of Supplier and Control system.
Prepared for Low Pressure and High Pressure. (Chemical is Optional)
One Unit can operate several XT`s or Manifolds.
The Contingency SHPU is ready to be mobilized from Stavanger Norway ASAP in case the need is there.
Can be stored, shipped and installed in Arctic climate.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 4: Technology qualified for first use Full-scale prototype built and technology qualified through testing in intended environment, simulated or actual. The new hardware is now ready for first use

Reference

LinkedIn Company Page
Website
Sales Manager
Category: Subsea facilities and pipelines
Subcategory: Manifolds, template and x-mas trees
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

The SPO Compact Flange technology is a bolted static pipe connection with a leakage probability in the same range as welded connections, which is considerable lower than standard ASME and API flanges. The flanges are especially well suited in demanding applications such as for extreme low temperature and in dynamic loading situations, and when high external forces and bending moments exists.
SPO Compact Flanges is the basis for ISO 27509, but extends beyond this standard up to 20000psi pressure class and additional components such as swivel ring flanges, blind flanges and seals for subsea. These compact flanges have been used in the North Sea and worldwide in subsea structures like Manifolds for more than 20 years.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

SPO Compact Flange
Contact

Jean-Noël Lundh

Business Development Manager

jean-noel.lundh@fogt.com

+47 46 89 93 21

www.fogt.com

Umbilicals and risers
Category: Subsea facilities and pipelines
Subcategory: Umbilicals and risers
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

Ocean Installer is a Norwegian subsea contractor with a global horizon that delivers full EPCI (Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation) services within the area of marine and subsea operations.

Ocean Installer can design, procure and install umbilicals and risers within specifications from the customers and with use of subcontractors. Ocean Installer has as of today executed several projects for installation of umbilical and risers. The design can accommodate cold climate conditions such as ice scouring, sub zero temperatures and challenging weather.
With the use of our patented SIMOPRO installation methods, Ocean Installer can install risers at offshore facilities without requiring shutdown of platform.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

web page
Contact

Steinar Riise

CEO

post@oceaninstaller.com

+47 51 95 70 00

www.oceaninstaller.com

Category: Subsea facilities and pipelines
Subcategory: Umbilicals and risers
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

The SPO Compact Flange technology is a bolted static pipe connection with a leakage probability in the same range as welded connections, which is considerable lower than standard ASME and API flanges. The flanges are especially well suited in demanding applications such as for extreme low temperature and in dynamic loading situations, and when high external forces and bending moments exists.
SPO Compact Flanges is the basis for ISO 27509, but extends beyond this standard up to 20000psi pressure class and additional components such as swivel ring flanges and seals for subsea. Extensive references in subsea applications and risers for more than 20 years. The use of SPO CF will give improved regularity since these flanges do not need any maintenance, leakages do not develop under operation.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

SPO Compact Flange
Contact

Jean-Noël Lundh

Business Development Manager

jean-noel.lundh@fogt.com

+47 46 89 93 21

www.fogt.com

Category: Subsea facilities and pipelines
Subcategory: Umbilicals and risers
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Maritime operations, Maritime operations

Djuvik design and develop calmps, drilling systems and tools for the offshore market. Our polymer clamps are designed with operational benefits in focus. They are low weight, fast to operate and are designed with no loose parts, hence eliminating the danger of losing parts in a well.

As they are designed with simplicity in focus, they are easy to handle and install by personnel, and the design prevents snugging during operation. The fact that they are easy to handle and fast to operate makes them suitable for use in harsh environments like the arctic, where simplicity and efficiency is of the essence.

Djuvik has delivered over 10 000 clamps and there has never been reported any misrun due to clamp function. Our products aim to be affordable, while still world class.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria



Reference

Djuvik website
Open sea drill-pipe clamp
Open sea wire clamp
Static wire clamp
Sliding wire clamp
Dual bore workover riser clamp
Bouyant drill-pipe clamp



Contact

Bjørn Åkre

Sales & Marketing

bjorn@djuvik.no

+47 46 53 55 72

www.djuvik.no

Subsea control, intervention and workover systems
Category: Subsea facilities and pipelines
Subcategory: Subsea control, intervention and workover systems
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

Ocean Installer is a Norwegian subsea contractor with a global horizon that delivers full EPCI (Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation) services within the area of marine and subsea operations.

Ocean Installer can undertake short and long term Inspection, Repair and Maintenance (IRM) work and has extensive knowledge of IRM activities for Brownfield projects. Ocean Installer has to date executed several projects within installation of various subsea control, intervention and workover systems and conducted inspections and modifications. The operations can accommodate cold climate conditions such as ice scouring, sub zero temperature and challenging weather. The use of ICE class vessels further enhances our ability to perform in arctic and cold climate conditions.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

web page
Contact

Steinar Riise

CEO

post@oceaninstaller.com

+47 51 95 70 00

www.oceaninstaller.com

Subsea processing and flow assurance
Category: Subsea facilities and pipelines
Subcategory: Subsea processing and flow assurance
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

The SPO Compact Flange technology is a bolted static pipe connection with a leakage probability in the same range as welded connections, which is considerable lower than standard ASME and API flanges. The flanges are especially well suited in demanding applications such as for extreme low temperature and in dynamic loading situations, and when high external forces and bending moments exists.
SPO Compact Flanges is the basis for ISO 27509, but extends beyond this standard up to 20000psi pressure class and flanges types such as swivel ring flanges, blind flanges and additional components such as high integrity seal rings. These compact flanges have been used in the North Sea and subsea projects worldwide in subsea processing structures like subsea pump systems for more than 10 years.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

SPO Compact Flange
Contact

Jean-Noël Lundh

Business Development Manager

jean-noel.lundh@fogt.com

+47 46 89 93 21

www.fogt.com

Category: Subsea facilities and pipelines
Subcategory: Subsea processing and flow assurance
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Safety and the environment, Remote locations, Maritime operations, Maritime operations, Remote locations

Omnirise is a fully electric pumping system for singlephase (water, seawater, oil, condensate, chemicals) or multi-phase (wellstream) fluids. It is suited for well- and subsea process related applications, such as boosting, injection, offload and transfer. It requires no barrier fluid system and has built-in variable speed control.

Omnirise is the most autonomous “ALL ELECTRIC” boosting systems on the market, making it suitable for operation in remote locations. It is designed for very low maintenance and suited for seabed as well as topside (unmanned) applications.

A version for singlephase liquids capable of operating at 400V has reached TRL-4 . A 6600V system is currently under development and scheduled to reach TRL-4 in first half of 2019.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 4: Technology qualified for first use Full-scale prototype built and technology qualified through testing in intended environment, simulated or actual. The new hardware is now ready for first use

Reference

Fuglesangs Subsea website
Omnirise
Omnirise - video
Contact

Alexander Fuglesang

CEO

awf@fsubsea.com

+47 22 54 20 00

www.fsubsea.com

Power supply systems
Category: Subsea facilities and pipelines
Subcategory: Power supply systems
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

Ocean Installer is a Norwegian subsea contractor with a global horizon that delivers full EPCI (Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation) services within the area of marine and subsea operations.

Ocean Installer can design, procure and install subsea power and control systems within specifications from the customers and with use of subcontractors. Ocean Installer has executed several projects to date for installation of subsea power facilities. The design can accommodate cold climate conditions such as ice scouring, sub zero temperature and challenging weather. The use of ICE class vessels further enhances our ability to perform in arctic and cold climate conditions.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

web page
Contact

Steinar Riise

CEO

post@oceaninstaller.com

+47 51 95 70 00

www.oceaninstaller.com

Pipeline design and installation
Category: Subsea facilities and pipelines
Subcategory: Pipeline design and installation
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

Ocean Installer is a Norwegian subsea contractor with a global horizon that delivers full EPCI (Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation) services within the area of marine and subsea operations.

Ocean Installer can design, procure and install pipeline systems within specifications from the customers and with use of subcontractors. Ocean Installer has executed several projects to date for procurement and installation of flexible pipeline systems. The design can accommodate cold climate conditions such as ice scouring, sub zero temperature and challenging weather. The use of ICE class vessels further enhances our ability to perform in arctic and cold climate conditions.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

web page
Contact

Steinar Riise

CEO

post@oceaninstaller.com

+47 51 95 70 00

www.oceaninstaller.com

Category: Subsea facilities and pipelines
Subcategory: Pipeline design and installation
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Maritime operations

DeepOceans most powerful asset is Our people.
The DeepOcean team is experienced in the delivery of innovative engineering solutions and turnkey project management for complex offshore operations in-line with Client's expectations and budget.

Services includes ;
•Feasibility and FEED studies
•Route designs and optimisation
•Installation analysis and calculations
•Cable design and manufacturing support
•Visulation of offshore operations
•Fabrication design and manufacturing support for general deck & subsea equipment

Project Management is experienced in managing and executing multi-million dollar contracts for clients.

DeepOcean's unique in-house Geotechnical team combine databases and predictive models to ensure selection of the correct assets and realistic performance estimates.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

Statoil - Maria Marine operations (2016)
DONG Energy - Race Bank Array cable installation (2016/2017)
Contact

Bjørn Inge Staalesen

Business Development Manager

tender@deepoceangroup.com

+47 52 70 04 00 / +47 99 20 34 13

www.deepoceangroup.com

Category: Subsea facilities and pipelines
Subcategory: Pipeline design and installation
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

Ocean Installer holds strong SURF (Subsea structures, Umbilicals, Risers and Flowlines) expertise, our technical staff having an average of 10 years' experience from this subsea segment. From design to installation, our people are highly experienced and merited professionals. Quality, efficiency and safety are at the heart of everything we do and we are continuously investing in and developing our assets and expertise.

Services include:
- FEED studies
- Detailed design engineering
- Installation analysis and engineering
- Flexible, umbilical and pipeline design and manufacturing support
- Complete EPCI delivery of subsea equipment
- Design for arctic and cold climate conditions

Ocean Installer has a strong track record for executing large scale projects on an international scene.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

Track Record
Contact

Steinar Riise

CEO

post@oceaninstaller.com

+47 51 95 70 00

www.oceaninstaller.com

Offshore installation and maritime operations
Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Topside, subsea and offloading installation and towing services
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Maritime operations

Ocean Installer is a Norwegian subsea contractor with a global horizon that delivers full EPCI (Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation) services within the area of marine and subsea operations.
Ocean Installer holds strong SURF (Subsea structures, Umbilicals, Risers and Flowlines) expertise, our technical staff having an average of 10 years of experience from this subsea segment. From engineering to installation, our people are highly experienced and merited professionals with solid international track records.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

web page
Contact

Steinar Riise

CEO

post@oceaninstaller.com

+47 51 95 70 00

www.oceaninstaller.com

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Topside, subsea and offloading installation and towing services
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

DeepOcean hold a leading position in remote IMR services, facilitating everything from identification to final repair of your subsea assets. WIth more than 10 000 vessel days of IMR type operations, the organisation is rigged for handling several hundred call-offs per year under long term contracts with oil&gas majors in North Sea, Brazil, Mexico and APAC region.

DeepOcean has a pool of state-of-the-art subsea service vessels designed to ensure better comfort for personnel and safe operations in rough weather.

A range of IMR services are provided:
•Structural Inspections
•ROT (Remotely Operated Tool) operation
•WROV Interventions
•Repair of Subsea Systems
•Pipeline and Cable Repair
•Commissioning Operation
•Construction Operations

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

Statoil - IMR all NCS subsea assets - 2006- 2017
ENI - IMR services Goliat - (2016 -2017)
AKER BP - IMR services - ( 2010 - 2017)
Contact

Bjørn Inge Staalesen

Business Development Manager

tender@deepoceangroup.com

+47 52 70 04 00 / +47 99 20 34 13

www.deepoceangroup.com

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Topside, subsea and offloading installation and towing services
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing

DeepOcean has the world’s largest portfolio of specialised trenching equipment for burial of pipelines, flowlines, power cables, fibre optic telecom cables and umbilicals.

DeepOcean is unique in its ability to provide the full range of trenching solutions which include mechanical trenching systems, pipeline and cable ploughs and high specification jet trenching systems. Additionally, we can provide the complete engineered and design support for the planning and execution of a wide spectrum of projects.DeepOcean provide complete stabilisation solutions through a range of seabed conditions and water depths.

DeepOcean can provide burial solutions to meet the most challenging subsea trenching requirements for any products in any water depth and most seabed conditions.

Contact

Bjørn Inge Staalesen

Business Development Manager

tender@deepoceangroup.com

+47 52 70 04 00 / +47 99 20 34 13

www.deepoceangroup.com

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Topside, subsea and offloading installation and towing services
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Maritime operations, Special conditions (e.g. magnetism, communication satellites, etc.), Maritime operations, Special conditions (e.g. magnetism, communication satellites, etc.)

Tampnet operates the largest offshore high capacity communication network in the world and serves more than 240 Oil and Gas platforms, Floating Production Storage and Offloading units (FPSOs) and exploration rigs in regions including the GoM, as well as on the Danish, Norwegian and the UK continental shelves of the North Sea.
For the Barents Tampnet can design, install and operate a communications infrastructure to the existing and planned oil platforms. In addition Tampnet can implement this across the oil companies and create a shared infrastructure that will be much more cost effective than stand alone solutions.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

Information
Contact

Per Atle Sørensen

Managing Director North Sea

pas@tampnet.com

+47 91 64 30 43

www.tampnet.com

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Topside, subsea and offloading installation and towing services
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Maritime operations, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Maritime operations

OPTILIFT Motion Reporter is a tool designed to increase the weather window for offshore lifts, from platform to vessel, rig to vessel and vessel to vessel. This is accomplished by measuring the effective significant wave height on the vessel deck, as a replacement to the traditional wave radar. The readings are used as input parameter to the crane load chart to set safe weight limit, instead of significant wave height. The Motion Reporter is certified by DNV GL according to offshore crane standards EN13852-1 and DNV 2.22. It is ATEX certified to be used in zone 1 explosion hazardous areas.

The product is in operational state in the North Sea (UK and NO), including the Norwegian Sea, but has only undergone lab-tests for cold climates.

No instrumentation of supply vessels is required.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 2: Concept validated. Concept design or novel features of design validated through model or small scale testing in laboratory environment. Shall show that the technology can meet specified acceptance criteria with additional testing

Reference

Product information and video demonstration
Contact

OptiLift AS

post@optilift.no

+47 95 91 04 41

www.optilift.no

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Topside, subsea and offloading installation and towing services
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Safety and the environment, Remote locations, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Safety and the environment, Installation integrity

Traditional pump solutions with a central pump room mean wasted space, added risk and higher operational costs. Framo pumps are different. Submerged in simple sidemounted caissons, our pumps eliminate both hull penetrations and the need for a massive internal pump room and extensive piping.

Powered with the unique electric Framo cable-free concept, submersible pumps also ensure increased uptime. This is thanks to a short, stiff rotating shaft that avoids excessive wear and tear. The total result is an oil and gas pumping solution that reduces risk while saving both space and money.

The finished pumping system is insulated, cooled and lubricated by a small external oil circulation unit, preventing any ingress, enabling it to operate continuously in the toughest conditions.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

FRAMO website
FRAMO Seawater Lift Pumps
Contact

Sigve Gjerstad

Sales Manager

sig@framo.no

+47 55 99 90 00

www.framo.com

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Topside, subsea and offloading installation and towing services
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Remote locations

FRAMO electric fire water pumping systems are the preferred solution when higher pumping capacities are needed, or when the generator package is located too far from the fire water pump. In our solution, the diesel generator supplies power to a cable-free electric submersible pump.

The generator package is a complete containerized unit. It includes a fuel tank, starting system and ancillaries, installed on a single skid in accordance with NFPA20 and industry standards for fire water systems. Having all components in a single, fire-rated enclosure offers technical advantages that lead to savings. Optimized in size and weight, the module is simple to install on deck and designed for ease of maintenance and continuous operation in remote locations and tough conditions, such as the arctic.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

FRAMO website
FRAMO Electric Firewater Pump
Contact

Sigve Gjerstad

Sales Manager

sig@framo.no

+47 55 99 90 00

www.framo.com

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Topside, subsea and offloading installation and towing services
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Remote locations, Installation integrity

Framo hydraulic fire water pumping systems, with single-stage pumps that rotate slowly during standby, offer a minimal start load and the best possible preparedness. The system use a submerged hydraulically driven pump. This pump lifts the water to deck level, where it feeds into a pump that is directly driven by the diesel engine. Consequently, the diesel engine’s start load is kept to a minimum.

The lift pump runs continuously at low speedin standby mode, driven by a flow of low-pressure hydraulic fluid circulated by a small electrically driven pump. This ensures continuous availability and lubrication/heating of the fire water lift pump and preventing marine growth in the pump. In harsh environments far from land, such as operations in the arctic, pump reliability is top priority.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

FRAMO website
FRAMO Firewater Pump Hydraulic
Contact

Sigve Gjerstad

Sales Manager

sig@framo.no

+47 55 99 90 00

www.framo.com

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Topside, subsea and offloading installation and towing services
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Remote locations, Installation integrity

FRAMO Water Injection Pumping Systems are the reliable way to increase reservoir pressure. The high-power stages are arranged back-to-back for balanced thrust forces, and the high-speed shaft operates well below first critical speed. The system is designed for minimal wear and tear and easy maintenance, even when working with produced water. The system have shown more than 98% average availability in over 4,000,000 operating hours logged, making it reliable and suitable for use in remote locations.

The FRAMO Water Injection Pumping Systems is value adding by having less than half the footprint of a BB pump. Because a booster pump is integrated into the main injection pump, we eliminate the need for a separate pump with associated piping, valves and manifolds.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

FRAMO website
FRAMO Water Injection Pumps
Contact

Sigve Gjerstad

Sales Manager

sig@framo.no

+47 55 99 90 00

www.framo.com

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Topside, subsea and offloading installation and towing services
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Safety and the environment, Sea ice/Icing, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations

WME manufactures on-site nitrogen generator systems utilizing membrane air separation technology. Membrane modules contain thousands of hair-like membranes that collectively separate large amounts of high purity, dry nitrogen directly from compressed air, which may be applied to prevent degradation of cargo sensitive to oxygen, moisture or combustion by-products.

Pressurized nitrogen can also be used to fill pipes to protect from freezing in arctic conditions. Pre-heating of air and insulated cabinets with heater and heat tracing of pipes will enable the nitrogen generator to function in extreme weather conditions.

WME has over 20 years experience and can deliver both custom made or standardized nitrogen generators to offshore platforms, FPO/FPSO's and maritime installations.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

WME website
WME Reference list: Heimdal Platform
WME Nitrogen Generator Package
Contact

Amir Gholamshahi

Commercial Director

agh@wme.no

+47 91 60 40 89

www.wme.no

Ice management
Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Ice management
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Installation integrity

GMC Maritime provides preproduced and moulded escapeways with heattrace for floors and stairs, suitable in arctic regions. The system is delivered with Power Management System to achieve minimum energy use while keeping escapeways free of ice and snow (surface temperature at approx. 2 degrees celsius). The system is approved by a Letter of Compliance with anti-icing performance requirements of DNVGL-OS-A201 and covers DNVGL notation Basic, Cold and Polar. The system is approved down to -25 degrees celsius.

Heated escapeways keep the surface free for ice and snow, providing a safe environment for normal walking and evacuation if needed. Moulded escapeways are flexible and a cost efficient way of heating surfaces in order to ensure safe operations in the arctic regions.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

GMC Maritime website
Winterization products and services
Contact

Arild Stølen

VP Marine

arild.stolen@gmc.no

+47 90 56 92 89

www.gmc.no

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Ice management
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

GMC offers complete design and engineering of winterization solutions for operation in cold climate. Solutions will be based on a survey on the actual ship, rig or offshore installation.
We use our cold climate knowledge and experience to provide clients with safe operational conditions for equipment and personnel. We guide clients regarding notifications and laws, describe alternative ways to comply depending on duration of contract, weather data for planned operation and payback time for investment. Our solutions are based on both manual and automatic operation. Operation manual is included in the solution.
We provide the products, systems and knowledge needed to improve operational efficiency and uptime for our clients.
A "turn-key" solution from GMC makes it easy for the clients.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

GMC Maritime website
Winterization products and services
Contact

Arild Stølen

VP Marine

arild.stolen@gmc.no

+47 90 56 92 89

www.gmc.no

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Ice management
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Installation integrity, Safety and the environment

GMC Maritime perform installation of products and systems for use in arctic regions.
The quality and operational lifetime of products and systems are depend on both the production quality and its proper installation on site. This is potentially even more important in arctic regions, as the harsh environment and remote locations provide challenges such as access to spare parts and maintenance.
GMC Maritime have extensive experience with installation work related to winterization solutions. We ensure proper installation of products and systems, hence reduce the risk of malfunction and downtime. GMC also provides documentation and commissioning of products and systems.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

Winterization solutions
GMC Maritime website
Contact

Arild Stølen

VP Marine

arild.stolen@gmc.no

+47 90 56 92 89

www.gmc.no

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Ice management
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Installation integrity, Maritime operations, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

DNV GL can assist in developing an Ice management procedure for temporary or permanent operations for facilities that operate in areas where there is a risk for interaction between the facility and sea ice and/or glacial ice. Ice management is performed either (i) to avoid interaction between an installation and ice (sea ice and/or glacial ice), or (ii) to reduce the global and local ice loads. Most commonly it is used to support floating installations. “Any ice management approach that is intended to support the operation of an offshore system shall be configured to achieve an acceptable level of overall system reliability“ (ISO 19906, 2010). DNV GL has experience both with ice management in design and in making an ice management procedure for customers operating in the Barents Sea.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.
Contact

Jan Egil Sæberg

Vice President Business Development

jan.egil.saberg@dnvgl.com

+47 95 80 49 97

www.dnvgl.com

Vessel design and shipbuilding
Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Vessel design and shipbuilding
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Installation integrity

In our GMC Winterization Test Center we provide winterzation testing of all kinds for products for use in arctic regions.
The test center provides adjustable temperature from 0 to -40 degrees celsius and simulate up to 25 m/s wind, with or without sea/water spray. The test center can be fitted with any instrumentation according to client requirements and needs.

Other specifications:
- Flir A315 Thermal imaging camera with heated housing.
- Sampling rate 20Hz.
- Live and historical trending with up to 16 universal inputs.
- Dimensions: Door: 250x220 cm (Width x height) Room: 350x615x225 (Width x length x height).
- DNV GL Approval/Compliance.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

GMC Maritime website
Winterization products and services
Contact

Arild Stølen

VP Marine

arild.stolen@gmc.no

+47 90 56 92 89

www.gmc.no

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Vessel design and shipbuilding
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Installation integrity

GMC Maritime provides preproduced and moulded escapeways with heattrace for floors and stairs, suitable in arctic regions. The system is delivered with Power Management System to achieve minimum energy use while keeping escapeways free of ice and snow (surface temperature at approx. 2 degrees celsius). The system is approved by a Letter of Compliance with anti-icing performance requirements of DNVGL-OS-A201 and covers DNVGL notation Basic, Cold and Polar. The system is approved down to -25 degrees celsius.

Heated escapeways keep the surface free for ice and snow, providing a safe environment for normal walking and evacuation if needed. Moulded escapeways are flexible and a cost efficient way of heating surfaces in order to ensure safe operations in the arctic regions.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

GMC Maritime website
Winterization products and services
Contact

Arild Stølen

VP Marine

arild.stolen@gmc.no

+47 90 56 92 89

www.gmc.no

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Vessel design and shipbuilding
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

GMC offers complete design and engineering of winterization solutions for operation in cold climate. Solutions will be based on a survey on the actual ship, rig or offshore installation.
We use our cold climate knowledge and experience to provide clients with safe operational conditions for equipment and personnel. We guide clients regarding notifications and laws, describe alternative ways to comply depending on duration of contract, weather data for planned operation and payback time for investment. Our solutions are based on both manual and automatic operation. Operation manual is included in the solution.
We provide the products, systems and knowledge needed to improve operational efficiency and uptime for our clients.
A "turn-key" solution from GMC makes it easy for the clients.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

GMC Maritime website
Winterization products and services
Contact

Arild Stølen

VP Marine

arild.stolen@gmc.no

+47 90 56 92 89

www.gmc.no

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Vessel design and shipbuilding
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations

The wide adoption of Azipod propulsion technology in ice-breaking field has strengthened ABB’s reputation too fulfil even the most demanding sea transportation performance requirements. ABB has delivered electric propulsion systems to over 80 icebreakers or ice-going vessels ranging from LNG's and OSV's to cargo tankers with a propulsion power of up to 36 MW.

We are in a unique position to manufacture total electric power and propulsion solution for icebreaking vessels. All main products in our solutions are produced in-house, which enables us to control and secure complete deliveries, and to simplify lifetime maintenance and service.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

Icegoing vessels
Contact

Geir Ove Teigen

Regional Sales Manager

geir-ove.teigen@no.abb.com

+47 90 01 11 12

http://new.abb.com/no

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Vessel design and shipbuilding
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Safety and the environment, Installation integrity

GMC Maritime perform installation of products and systems for use in arctic regions.
The quality and operational lifetime of products and systems are depend on both the production quality and its proper installation on site. This is potentially even more important in arctic regions, as the harsh environment and remote locations provide challenges such as access to spare parts and maintenance.
GMC Maritime have extensive experience with installation work related to winterization solutions. We ensure proper installation of products and systems, hence reduce the risk of malfunction and downtime. GMC also provides documentation and commissioning of products and systems.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

GMC Maritime website
Winterization solutions
Contact

Arild Stølen

VP Marine

arild.stolen@gmc.no

+47 90 56 92 89

www.gmc.no

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Vessel design and shipbuilding
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

GMC offers the necessary assistance to achieve polar code approval. We offer complete survey, information on requirements in the polar code, alternative solutions, required design / engineering, products / solutions, installation, required personnel training and user manual. GMC has solid knowledge related to cold climate operation and Polar code requirements. In addition, we have close dialogue with classification society and government authority.

From 1 January 2017, Polarkode is an IMO requirement that applies to all ships operating in the Arctic and Antarctica. The Arctic extends north of 60 latitudes except for the Norwegian coast because of Gulf Stream. This means that vessels operating in these areas must have polar code approval.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

Winterization solutions
Web site

Contact

Arild Stølen

VP Marine

arild.stolen@gmc.no

+47 90 56 92 89

www.gmc.no

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Vessel design and shipbuilding
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Maritime operations

Rolls-Royce has developed the UT design for offshore vessels to become the most successful design for offshore support-, subsea/construction-, anchor handling-, icebreaking- and seismic research vessels. Our capabilities also include manufacturing of power systems and propulsion, maneuvering systems, winches and automation and control. Almost 1.000 vessels of UT design are in operation around the globe.
Our products and designs are tailored for operation under arctic and cold climate conditions with special focus on sustainable maritime value creation in the High North while taking into account increased activity, safety and environment.
Our portfolio of products and designs ensures the operators optimised solutions and a strong service network.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

Rolls Royce website
Contact

Yrjar Garshol

Vice President Marketing

yrjar.garshol@rolls-royce.com

www.rolls-royce.com

Provision of vessel support/spread
Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Provision of vessel support/spread
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Maritime operations

Ocean Installer is a Norwegian subsea contractor with a global horizon that delivers full EPCI (Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation) services within the area of marine and subsea operations.
Ocean Installer holds strong SURF (Subsea structures, Umbilicals, Risers and Flowlines) expertise, our technical staff having an average of 10 years of experience from this subsea segment. From engineering to installation, our people are highly experienced and merited professionals with solid international track records.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

web page
Contact

Steinar Riise

CEO

post@oceaninstaller.com

+47 51 95 70 00

www.oceaninstaller.com

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Provision of vessel support/spread
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations

When time is of essence. Vessels operating in harsh environments do not have much time to act when there is a failure. We provide remote diagnostic and on-call repairs to address any technical incident as quickly as possible. Nobody has a better knowledge of ABB products and systems than the engineers who created and developed the systems themselves.

With our Remote Diagnostic System, our engineers at the Global 24/7 Technical Support Center have instant access to vessel and equipment data and all ABB resources necessary to resolve the case. This reduces the need for costly on-site service visits and improves system performance, up-time and overall vessel profitability.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

Marine service
Contact

Geir Ove Teigen

Regional Sales Manager

geir-ove.teigen@no.abb.com

+47 90 01 11 12

http://new.abb.com/no

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Provision of vessel support/spread
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations

The UPTIME AMC gangway facilitates transit from a floating vessel to a fixed or floating installation. The crew is protected from the elements and risks by using smaller crew transfer vessels are removed.

The gangway systems have environmental protection for the crew, heating of oil and machinery and operators, lights to operate in constant dusk or dark and camera systems for off-site supervision and control.

By using weatherproof gangways, crew can transit with little risk and effort from support vessel to an installation. The support vessel does not have to use smaller skiffs that are prone to icing, navigation challenges and less protection against the environment.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

UPTIME International website
Contact

Bjørnar Huse

CEO

bh@uptime.no

+47 41 55 54 11

www.uptime.no

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Provision of vessel support/spread
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Installation integrity, Maritime operations, Maritime operations

AKOFS offers advanced offshore construction services with our Multi-Purpose Construction Vessels (MPCV). The size and transit speed of our vessels along with DP3 and IMO MODU code classification makes for a secure and flexible working platform with a large operational window for subsea well intervention, installation and construction work in rough weather conditions around the world, including the barents sea.

The vessels have large deck area, module handling towers, two heave compensated cranes (400t/250t and 50t), skidding system with pallets, moonpool and two heavy duty ROV systems. Our MPCVs are environmental friendly with focus on low fuel consumption, low exhaust emissions, and has precautions in accordance with DNV’s “Clean” class requirements incorporated into the vessel design.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

AKOFS website
Our Vessels
Aker Wayfarer, brochure
Contact

Frank Willumsen

Business Development Manager

frank.willumsen@akofsoffshore.com

+47 23 08 44 00

www.akofsoffshore.com

Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Provision of vessel support/spread
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Remote locations, Maritime operations, Remote locations, Maritime operations

GAC Norway provides professional logistics services in arctic regions with particular focus on the energy industry, applying GAC’s shipping, logistics and marine expertise. We have the technical skill, local knowledge and global network to keep your business moving, ensuring minimal turnaround time for vessels calling at our ports.

Our strategic partnership with Polar Logistics Group (PLOG) combine GAC’s expertise with POLOG's network in arctic regions and their ability to meet remote location logistical needs, from ice runways to mountain-top camps. The alliance offers tangible benefits to the energy sector.

GAC is working towards better serving the arctic regions by bringing together organisations and individuals to create a unified network of expertise, experience and local resources.




Contact

Ahmet Özsoy

Managing Director and Partner

ahmet.ozsoy@gac.com

www.gac.com/gac-worldwide/europe/norway/

Other
Category: Offshore installation and maritime operations
Subcategory: Other
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Installation integrity, Maritime operations, Sea ice/Icing, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

Scanmudring is a true specialist and the global leader within dredging, subsea excavation and construction work. The core business is the relocation of any type of seabed, soil or objects, but it also includes subsea drilling or cutting. We are known for a solution-oriented approach to complex assignments.
Our services are not limited by temperatures, nor seabed, soil or water depths faced in the arctic areas, and we have built up a unique bank of knowledge across a number of different seabed conditions and locations, including the Northern part of the North Sea, NL/Canada and Sakhalin, Russia.
We believe our services are relevant for seabed preparation prior to installation, whether it includes rectification of the seabed or excavation to protect subsea assets from floating icebergs.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

Scanmudring website
Scanmudring project references
Contact

Merethe Thunberg-Christensen

Sales & Marketing

mtc@scanmudring.no

+47 38 27 81 00 / +47 97 09 41 35

www.scanmudring.no

Property and personnel protection, maritime training
Category: Property and personnel protection, maritime training
Subcategory: Fire prevention and suppression
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Remote locations, Maritime operations, Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations

Autronica Fire and Security is a leading innovator, manufacturer and supplier of fire and gas safety worldwide. Our products ensure safety in applications on land, sea and in the petrochemical, oil and gas sectors.
The AutroSafe Integrated Fire and Gas (IFG) 4 is designed for the toughest requirements and expands the possibilities of an F&G detection system even further.
Our fire and gas detectors are tested for harsh environment, and are certified to tolerate a temperature up to -55 degree Celsius. We have the best knowledge about these products in the industry, and will provide the best help for our customers with selecting the correct equipment for the correct application.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria
Contact

Kate Elin Sola Aspnes

Regional Sales Manager Norway

kate.aspnes@autronicafire.no

+47 90 90 55 00

www.autronicafire.com

Training software and hardware platforms tailor made for the realistic visualization of real-time simulation for arctic conditions
Category: Property and personnel protection, maritime training
Subcategory: Training software and hardware platforms tailor made for the realistic visualization of real-time simulation for arctic conditions
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity

VE G-SIM is an immersive gamified learning and training simulator that increases engagement and expedite learning and knowledge retention for efficient and safe operations. The simulator can be tailor made for realistic visualization of operations in arctic conditions.

Key features include step-by-step procedure training, scenario/obstacle-based safety training, facility familiarization walk-through, customised testing module that allows repeat “hands-on” trial and error, and training performance and progress report. VE G-SIM enables training of complex and dangerous operations in a completely safe virtual environment without the expensive hardware of a traditional simulator.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 4: Technology qualified for first use Full-scale prototype built and technology qualified through testing in intended environment, simulated or actual. The new hardware is now ready for first use

Reference

Visual Engineering
Youtube links
Contact

Ole-Johan Olsen

Managing Director

olejolsen@visual-eng.com

+47 90 75 65 41

www.visual-eng.com

Escape, evacuation and rescue
Category: Property and personnel protection, maritime training
Subcategory: Escape, evacuation and rescue
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations

IDENTEC's Personnel on Board system helps give visibility of personnel on board offshore installations and onshore facilities. The solution consists of RFID tags that corresponds with antennas, which again sends the tag movement to a platform called WATCHERPERSONNEL. The user can observe all movements on this platform.

The solution is especially suited for harsh environments where instant visibility of personnel is key.
The customer can achieve the following:
- Up to 50% time saved on mustering and evacuation drills
- Instant knowledge of where personnel are, which helps rescue personnel in an emergency
- Instant visibility of who has boarded a lifeboat
- Instant visibility of who is in a safe zone, and who is in a hazardous zone
- Access control administration of doors

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL 7: Proven technology integrated into intended operating system. The technology has successfully operated with acceptable performance and reliability within the predefined criteria

Reference

IDENTEC website
Contact

Category: Property and personnel protection, maritime training
Subcategory: Escape, evacuation and rescue
Type: Product
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Installation integrity, Safety and the environment, Installation integrity

GMC Maritime perform installation of products and systems for use in arctic regions.
The quality and operational lifetime of products and systems are depend on both the production quality and its proper installation on site. This is potentially even more important in arctic regions, as the harsh environment and remote locations provide challenges such as access to spare parts and maintenance.
GMC Maritime have extensive experience with installation work related to winterization solutions. We ensure proper installation of products and systems, hence reduce the risk of malfunction and downtime. GMC also provides documentation and commissioning of products and systems.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

Winterization solutions
Web site link
Contact

Arild Stølen

VP Marine

arild.stolen@gmc.no

+47 90 56 92 89

www.gmc.no

Weather forecasting, surveillance and communication
Category: Weather forecasting, surveillance and communication
Subcategory: Communication and surveillance
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Safety and the environment, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Maritime operations, Remote locations, Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Remote locations, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations

KSAT provides Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) and optical satellite imagery for ice detection and monitoring. SAR is a well-suited sensor for sea ice monitoring due to its ability to image the sea surface through darkness and clouds. SAR imagery can cover huge areas (up to 500x500 km), and due to the polar orbits of the SAR satellites, potential image acquisition frequency increases with latitude.

KSAT has licenses and equipment to task, downlink and process SAR imagery from all the relevant commercial SAR satellites in orbit. In addition, KSAT owns and operates the world’s largest commercial ground station at the island of Svalbard (SvalSAT) and the TrollSAT ground station in Antarctica. By downlinking imagery to these stations, global imagery can be accessed and delivered extremely fast.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

KSAT in the Arctic
Contact

Andreas Hay Kaljord

International Sales Manager

andreash@ksat.no

+47 77 66 13 55

www.ksat.no

Navigation and tracking
Category: Weather forecasting, surveillance and communication
Subcategory: Navigation and tracking
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Sea ice/Icing, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations

StormGeo’s Cable Lay Service provides a Common Operating Picture (COP) to enable operators, owners and supporting agencies engaged in operations to make effective, knowledge-based and timely decisions. The intuitive portal interface allows users to control displayed layers including metocean data, vessel locations, AIS tracking, satellite and radar imagery, visibility, ice conditions and other parameters.

The service helps operators in arctic regions to improve the planning of their operations and make informed decisions, in order to know when, where and for how long weather conditions will allow for safe operations. StormGeo delivers a proven solution used in several of the major arctic operations for oil & gas, shipping and cable lay.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

StormGeo website
StormGeo announces Cable Lay Service
Contact

Svein Inge Andersen

Offshore Manager Norway

svein.andersen@stormgeo.com

www.stormgeo.com

Wave, wind and current monitoring
Category: Weather forecasting, surveillance and communication
Subcategory: Wave, wind and current monitoring
Type: Service
Found in challenges: Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Safety and the environment, Maritime operations, Weather conditions, darkness and visibility, Maritime operations

OceanWatch is a comprehensive service that involves active data gathering and Metocean monitoring through the use of instrumentation in the field. A typical system may be designed to monitor specific meteorological parameters, as well as current and waves. It is a key component in arctic risk management were local observations are sparse.

StormGeo processes and analyzes the information, providing you with a distinct overview and understanding of the ocean currents and other environmental characteristics of your site. The system can be used for planning or during operations, as it provides continuous, real-time, site-specific monitoring and forecasting of the environmental conditions. OceanWatch enables operators to make informed decisions during critical operations.

Technology readiness level (TRL)
According to API RP 17N

TRL: Not applicable.

Reference

StormGeo website
Ocean Watch
Contact

Svein Inge Andersen

Offshore Manager Norway

svein.andersen@stormgeo.com

www.stormgeo.com