How ROV/AUV Technologies and Tools Are Supporting Subsea Integrity Management?
Thursday, 4 May
Technical / Poster Session
Autonomous and/or boatless approaches to support Inspection, Maintenance and Repair (IMR) operations are one of the Oil and Gas Industry’s current challenge. As companies strive to reduce CO2 emissions and be resilient in low commodity prices, ROV and AUV has grown in importance and focus for Operators and Service companies. The industry is dedicating R&D resources to accelerate the delivery of technologies and a race of service companies is taking place to develop vehicles that will attend all range of needs to assess subsea integrity.
- American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
- Brazilian Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Institute (IBP)
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Oceanic and Engineering Society (IEEE-OES)
- Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME)
1400-1418 32189Concept of Operations for Collaborative Human Robot Inspection and Intervention System in Challenging Underwater Environments
1420-1438 32611A Retrofittable Instrument To Monitor and Record Strain on Subsea Structures
1440-1458 32589Subsea Inspections With New Models of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV): Deployment Modes, Advantages and Disadvantages
1500-1518 32427Robotic Fish Enabled Offshore Pipeline Inspection
1520-1538 32559Developing the Next Generation of Pipeline Inspection AUV
1540-1558 32290Diverless Solutions in a Diver Assisted Manifold for Readjustment of the Marlim Gas Mesh in Campos Basin
1600-1618 32520Next Generation Building Blocks of an Autonomous Subsea Vehicle