Acteon uses a risk-based inspection planning approach to prioritise subsea equipment inspections and optimise resource utilisation. Inspection work scopes are developed using knowledge of equipment design, applicable failure mechanisms, operational history, relevant inspection technologies and industry best practices.
The engineering assessment of inspection results follows a progressive approach with the following key elements:
- Identify observations
- Assess potential risks
- Perform engineering assessment
- Recommend options to move forward.
The end goal from an effective offshore inspection and engineering assessment of the inspection data is to assist the operator in determining fitness for service of the equipment, confirm the effectiveness of equipment barriers and increase the knowledge of the operational conditions.
Delivered by Clarus
Clarus is an independent global provider of subsea integrity engineering services, aimed at maximising production uptime of offshore assets.
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Acteon can also offer an integrated project management service. This involves managing the activities of one or more of our companies on a customer’s behalf and providing a single point of contact for all aspects of project management.
ASSET INTEGRITY AND MONITORING SERVICES - REQUEST MORE INFORMATION
Acteon’s asset integrity and monitoring solutions are designed to help our clients carry out diagnostic and remediation work including further monitoring/deep dive and the provision of proprietary retrofit cathodic protection CP packages suitable across a wide range of applications in marine energy and marine infrastructure markets.
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