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C-Kore have successfully completed a decommissioning campaign off Western Australia

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C-Kore Systems has successfully completed a decommissioning campaign offshore Australia, using C-Kore Sensor Monitor units to interrogate the wellhead pressure and temperature sensors on the subsea oilfield. With their automated test routine, the company’s units repeatedly tested and data-logged the information allowing the operator to complete their offshore campaign safely.

The company has a range of subsea testing tools used globally by operators and contractors on decommissioning, fault-finding, 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.

The Subsea Engineer on the campaign commented, “It was straightforward to plug directly into the trees to read sensors with the C-Kore units and negated the requirement to operate valves. C-Kore’s sensor monitor gave us the ability to quickly and safely measure the pressure at a location that would not have been easily possible with other methods”.

Cynthia Pikaar, Sales & Marketing Manager of C-Kore commented further, “It is fantastic to be working on this project in Australia. With an increasing number of orders for our Sensor Monitor tools, operators understand the value our testing tools offer, automating and datalogging the results. The units are so simple to use so no extra personnel are needed offshore. We look forward to working in Australia again on the next campaign.”

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/02082023/c-kore-have-successfully-completed-a-decommissioning-campaign-off-western-australia/

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