Subsea integrity anomaly ID & engineering assessment
Clarus provides anomaly management and engineering assessments to identify and implement appropriate mitigation and remediation solutions.
An anomaly is any change or deviation from the intended design or planned operating parameters that may compromise the integrity of a system or lead to a decreased level of perceived confidence in the integrity of a system.
To manage long term integrity, anomalies are documented by Clarus in its data management software, iCUE, and tracked with recommended actions to closure. Clarus engineers can perform structural and corrosion engineering assessment of anomalies to better understand their criticality and recommend remedial solutions.
Delivered by Clarus
Clarus is an independent subsea integrity engineering services provider, established by riser engineering experts, 2H Offshore. Clarus aims to maximise production uptime by using efficient IM processes and providing clear information about condition and performance capabilities of offshore assets.
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