Offshore digitalisation

chief operating officer (COO) Jannicke Nilsson. Up to 2020, Statoil plans to invest in the range of 1-2 billion kroner in digital technology to create higher value and improve operations. The two new centres will help improve production efficiency and production potential on the NCS. In December, Statoil also opened an operations support centre in the USA, that is currently monitoring the company’s over 1100 onshore wells.

“Digital technology contributes to continuous operational improvements on our existing fields. In new field developments oil and gas production will to an increasing extent be carried out from unmanned, robotised, standardised and remote controlled installations. Many operations will be carried out by fewer risk-exposed working situations. We will be able to control the maintenance work in a better way and improve safety and operational quality,”
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