Pulse to monitor Big Foot ETLP in GoM for Chevron

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – Pulse Structural Monitoring Inc. has won a contract with Chevron U.S.A. Inc. to provide an integrated monitoring system for the Big Foot extended TLP in the Gulf of Mexico.

Monitoring the Big Foot ETLP will require a combination of components for the tensioner assembly, the tensioner, and the top tension risers.

Pulse will use its INTEGRI range of modular sensing instrumentation tools, including integrated real-time data processing and transmittal to shore.

1/18/2013

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