http://www.welaptega.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Tony-Hall-Welaptega-20165437.jpg 4264 6749 Leigh Doyle http://www.welaptega.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Welaptega-AT-Logo-1.png Leigh Doyle2016-12-30 10:35:312016-12-30 10:39:53The Right Data: Uniting Field Experience and Progressive Technology
On a project in a West African river delta, Welaptega proved the value of our insight and technology to a major oil company dealing with what appeared to be an incredibly high amount of corrosion on their mooring system. Welaptega CEO Tony Hall explains exactly what happened when we turned up on the job.
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After a major offshore inspection job in Brazil, Welaptega Project Manager Luke Williams is well-positioned to explain the details of planning, executing, and processing the complex work that goes into a offshore inspection of multiple assets.
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Mooring systems are designed to last for long periods of time (generally 10 to 30 years) in extremely challenging environments. Between tropical cyclones, accelerated corrosion, and constant fatigue loads...
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With oil prices falling 50% in the past six months, operators are finding efficiencies to reduce operational budgets. One of the best ways to reduce routine OPEX for floating production units is by making efficient use of ROV vessel time and identifying anomalies before they become major risks.