Australian SEAR JIP takes delivery of subsea monitors

Offshore staff

YORK, UKC-Kore Systems has supplied subsea monitoring systems to PTTEP Australasia for use by the Subsea Equipment Australian Reliability (SEAR) joint industry project.

SEAR was created to find solutions to challenging subsea conditions in waters offshore Australia.

C-Kore’s subsea monitoring technology is said to provide fast and reliable information on the electrical condition of subsea facilities, rendering unnecessary the use of down-lines or bringing the equipment topsides to test.

02/23/2016

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