Sysla.no writes article on how BP saved 10 MNOK for a single heavy-lift offshore, using technology from OptiLift AS.
From the article (translated by OptiLift):
Svein-Harald Hetland, crane- and lifting specialist in BP Norway, says that the company already is using the eqipment in test-cranes at Valhall, Skarv and Ula.
– We had a lift of 57 tonnes where we saved 20 days because the lift could be performed with up to 2,5 meter waveheight, compared to traditional 1 meter. Statistics show that it is approximately 10 times more days when these operations can be performed when the limit on wave heights is extended from one to 2,5 meters. In this single example we reduced costs in the order of 600 000 NOK per day, or somewhat above 10 MNOK for the entire operation, says Hetland.
Read the entire article here (in Norwegian).
On Thursday April 25th, Svein Harald Hetland from Aker BP and Torbjørn Engedal from Optilift will present the joint development project on remote control system for offshore cranes.
VOCA recently established a new subsidiary company, based on the digital logistics features from the Optilift technology.
By visiting our stand at ONS 2018 from August 27 to August 30, you will be able to see the new generation of the Optilift sensor unit and get a demonstration of some of the features of the new products and modules launched this year.
Stavanger Aftenblad wrote an article about how Kjetil Jansrud and Aksel Lund Svindal have invested 3 million NOK in Optilift AS through mother company VOCA AS. – We appreciate investors that aim for the gold, says managing director Camilla Nylund.