Enhanced visibility and early warnings of potential threats to the assets allow operators to protect oil and gas rigs and avoid expensive downtime caused by collisions with rig platforms or infrastructure.
With a worldwide AIS data coverage, automated monitoring, alarms, and instant messages, Gatehouse Maritime’s asset monitoring service considerably reduces the need for manual surveillance as well as the risk of human errors or oversight.
Advanced statistical analyses of traffic patterns around a rig platform or event type frequencies enable continuous risk assessment and provide direct decision support for setting up improved security zones around oil and gas rigs, such as virtual AtoNs.
Bo G. Christensen, Project Manager at TELE Greenland
Despite being designed to withstand smaller impacts, oil and gas rigs still risk expensive downtime caused by vessels colliding with rig platforms or infrastructure. Risk factors are the increasing size of supply vessels in recent years and passing vessels travelling at higher speeds according to the Journal of Shipping and Ocean Engineering.
Automated monitoring and direct communication with supply and passing vessels in specified areas equip you with the necessary visibility of their movements you need to ultimately avoid collisions and downtime.
As part of the increasing demand for offshore surveillance, Gatehouse Maritime, has won a contract issued by gas transmission system operator, GAZ-SYSTEM. With the 5-year contract, GateHouse Maritime will provide data analytics to automate monitoring of a new gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea which will deliver Norwegian gas to Danish and Polish households.
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