Skip to main content

Akselos, Yinson and Enauta deploy digital twin technology for Atlanta FPSO

Published by , Deputy Editor
Oilfield Technology,


Akselos S.A., Yinson Production EPC Pte Ltd., and Enauta have signed a multi-year contract to deploy Akselos' digital twin technology on the ABS-classed Atlanta FPSO in Brazil's Santos Basin. The project marks the first collaboration between the three companies and marks a significant milestone for the industry in deploying a field-proven digital solution to increase safety, enhance operational efficiency, and optimise lifecycle asset management.

Akselos' RB-FEA technology allows for scale and accuracy. This will enable the Enauta team to fully integrate the engineering real-time simulation into a real operational life environment. It is a step-change enhancement of real-time asset integrity management of the FPSO integrated with its Hull Monitoring System, promising enhanced safety and in-depth structural insights.

For Akselos, this project provides an opportunity further to roll out its award-winning digital workflow for FPSOs. John Bell, SVP at Akselos, said, "Energy security, integrity and reliability go hand in hand. We are excited about our partnership with Yinson and Enauta and look forward to helping protect this critical energy infrastructure in Brazil across its lifecycle. I thank the teams at Enauta and Yinson for their support and trust, and we look forward to delivering our proven and industry-leading technology on the Atlanta FPSO and beyond."

Ricardo Portella, Project Engineer at Enauta said: “Being able to monitor asset integrity in real time is a key objective for us when selecting our structural health monitoring partner for the Atlanta FPSO. Akselos’ gave us confidence in its unique capability to deliver a reliable structural digital twin.”

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/19092023/akselos-yinson-and-enauta-deploy-digital-twin-technology-for-atlanta-fpso/

You might also like

88 Energy announce second light oil discovery

88 Energy has announced further successful flow test results from the Company’s Hickory-1 discovery well, located in Project Phoenix on the North Slope of Alaska.

 
 

Embed article link: (copy the HTML code below):


 

This article has been tagged under the following:

Offshore news Oil & gas news