Offshore Technology Conference 2019 Press Data Sheet
Condition Based Maintenance: Stress Engineering Services to hold press meetings during OTC 2019 – stand 431
Stress Engineering Services, the global leader in consulting engineering services, will host media interviews during OTC 2019, May 6-9, in Houston, to discuss its Condition Based Maintenance and Monitoring for drilling riser systems, an OTC 2019 Spotlight on New Technology award winner.
The tour will include interview opportunities with Chuck Miller, vice president and senior principal; Kenneth Bhalla, chief technology officer and principal; Kelly Fisher, principal; and Jason Waligura, managing partner, Laserstream, LP.
Interviews will be held each show day between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. at Stress Engineering Services’ stand 431.
Potential topics to be discussed include:
Life Cycle Condition Based Monitoring (CBM) for Drilling Risers – Stress Engineering Services has aligned with LaserStream, a specialist in laser-based measurement for the inspection of oilfield equipment and pipe/tubing, to implement a new standard process for collecting critical riser data. The aim is to mitigate the costs and time associated with essential MODU drilling riser inspections, by empowering operators to:
- Reliably determine the condition of drilling riser joints
- Consistently predict when vital components will require service
- Accurately assess remaining component life
The CBM monitoring process program utilizes:
- Synchronized drilling and metocean data
- Measured loads on the riser and wellhead system
- A digital twin of the riser system
- Data analytics
- Onboard inspection driven by data analytics
NeoSight – As a standalone integrity management system, NeoSight fills the gap in integrity management programs by automating the link between data and models – enabling, for the first time, a continuous evaluation of the system of interest. By harnessing a deep understanding of the fundamental physics of the systems, their failure modes and other asset nuances, NeoSight provides a more complete analysis to support decision-making. Discover how NeoSight improves efficiency, maintenance and planning – reducing costs and extending the life of offshore production facilities.
NeoSight benefits include:
- Supports Tie-back & Expansion Projects
- Real-time Data Retrieval
- Supports Life Extension Efforts
- Supports Regulatory Compliance
- Reduces Non-Productive Time
- Reduces Inspection & Maintenance Demands
Find out how NeoSight works with all major OEM systems to reduce OPEX and CAPEX by creating a real-time monitoring system that reduces risk and maximizes the life of existing floating assets.
Realtime Fatigue Monitoring System (RFMS) – Stress Engineering Services’ award winning technology, the RFMS, provides field measurements of stress and fatigue on drilling risers, wellheads and other subsea systems in near real-time, significantly improving riser integrity management. At OTC 2017, the RFMS was recognized as “one of the latest and most advanced hardware and software technologies that is leading the industry into the future” in the Spotlight on New Technology Awards. Executives will explain how the RFMS empowers drilling engineers to make more informed decisions.
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About Stress Engineering Services, Inc.
Since 1972, Stress Engineering Services, Inc. has been a global leader in consulting engineering services and solutions for a variety of industries. Stress Engineering Services is committed to providing the most comprehensive design, analysis and testing services with an unsurpassed level of engineering integrity and skill. The company’s multi-disciplinary engineering methods, advanced technology, innovative applications and highly knowledgeable and experienced staff provide proven, quantifiable benefits to its worldwide portfolio of clients. Stress Engineering Services is headquartered in Houston, with offices in Cincinnati; New Orleans; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Calgary, Alberta; and Singapore. For more information, visit www.stress.com.