April 2014, Vol. 241 No. 4

Projects

Underwater Vehicle Solves Subsea Monitoring Of Oil And Gas Installations

The Sabertooth double-hull can roam freely for up to 40 miles, is depth-rated to 3,000 meters and has 360-degree orientation. Benefits to asset integrity and environmental monitoring of oil and gas installations will come from a project developed by Eni Norge and Tecnomare called Clean Sea (continuous long-term environmental and asset integrity monitoring at sea). The Clean Sea team has found answers to key issues, like the early warning of spills and leakages, with technological solutions using a Sabertooth hybrid AUV/ROV from Saab Seaeye. Initially, Clean Sea sought to overcome the current shortcomings of environmental monitoring and inspection of oil and gas infrastructur

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