C-Kore’s Western Australia Sensor Investigation Campaign Saves Operator $1M AUD

C-Kore’s Western Australia Sensor Investigation Campaign Saves Operator $1M AUD

C-Kore Systems successfully completed another subsea intervention campaign in Australian waters for a major operator.

Their C-Kore Sensor Monitor unit interrogated a wellhead pressure and temperature sensor to prove the well’s correct operation when feedback wasn’t available from the subsea control system. The use of the C-Kore unit saved the operator over one million Australian dollars on the subsea operation.PHOTO 622 03 cropped

C-Kore Systems has a range of subsea testing tools used globally by operators and contractors on de-commissioning, fault-finding operations and new installation campaigns. The tools are easy to deploy and are operated without the need for C-Kore personnel being present, providing rapid and accurate feedback. This combination of simplicity, accuracy and reliability introduces significant operational savings to testing campaigns.

The Subsea Engineer from the operator commented, “Using the C-Kore Sensor Monitor unit simplified our whole testing campaign. We were able to quickly confirm the pressure/ temperature transducer was still operational without having to pull the SCM, saving us over AUD$1M!”

Greg Smith, Operations Director at C-Kore commented further, “We designed our testing tools to be easy to use. The automated operations allow our customers to quickly get the data they need to make their maintenance decisions, without needing to deploy downlines or take extra offshore personnel. This operation was a great example of how our units save our customers money on their offshore campaigns!”

For further information on our innovative subsea testing technology, visit www.c-kore.com.


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