OCTIO Gravitude has just finished surveying the seabed at the Aasta Hansteen and Ormen Lange gas fields, operated by Equinor Energy AS and A/S Norske Shell respectively. The surveys featured the new gWatch technology, introducing for the first time the new generation of gravity sensors in an offshore application. OCTIO Gravitude’s technology allows measuring tiny changes in the gravitational field and deformations of the seabed
OCTIO and Gravitude will be presenting solutions for a greener, safer and more efficient hydrocarbon production at the ONS exhibition and conference in Stavanger (August 27th-30th 2018). OCTIO will be one of the companies showcased at the Next Energy stand, coordinated by Innovation Norway. Please come and visit us at stand 9445, located at the Clean Energy Park in Hall 9. Don’t miss our pitch
OCTIO and Gravitude will be present at the EAGE exhibition and conference in Copenhagen, 11-14 June 2018. Come and visit us at booth 1058 and discover our new products: #DrillWatch #WellWatch #ResWatch #gWatch #DepthWatch.
OCTIO and Gravitude are now hiring: a geophysicist to further develop OCTIO’s real-time seismic monitoring services and a physicist/geophysicist/mathematician to further develop Gravitude’s gravimetry and seafloor deformation monitoring services. The deadline for the applications is July 15th 2018. Please find more information and apply at octio.com/job-openings
A/S Norske Shell has awarded OCTIO Gravitude a contract for surveying Ormen Lange , the second largest gas field in Norway. This will be the fourth full-coverage gravimetry and subsidence survey in the field, after those in 2012, 2014 and 2016. The 2018 survey will be performed using Gravitude’s new gWatch technology, featuring a more compact instrumentation and unprecedented data quality. Gravity and subsidence measurements
OCTIO and Gravitude are pleased to announce the appointment of Jørgen Peter Rasmussen as Chairman of the Board. Jørgen Peter Rasmussen is a senior industry advisor in the oil and gas business, shipping technology business and IT industry. Educated as a geologist and geophysicist, he worked 26 years in Schlumberger around the world. His experience with management positions includes Vice-president in Western Geo, President and
OCTIO is now hiring: A software engineer to develop front-end applications for OCTIO’s Guardian package. Deadline for applications: January 15th 2018. An ICT manager. Deadline for applications: January 5th 2018. Please find more information and apply here.
OCTIO has monitored a drilling operation in the Barents Sea for the operator OMV (Norge) during the summer of 2017. The operation was carried out at the Wisting field, with a water depth of 400 meters, utilizing OCTIO’s passive seismic technology. In OCTIO DrillWatch projects, our 4-component sensors continuously record seismic signals, produced either by activity in the well or by its effect on surrounding
The First EAGE Workshop on Practical Reservoir Monitoring (Amsterdam, March 6th-9th 2017) will address opportunities for optimizing production investments through geophysical monitoring, in a challenging market context. OCTIO will present two cost-efficient monitoring solutions in two different abstracts: Real Time Offshore Monitoring: Key Learnings, Pitfalls and Potentials (E. V. Bergfjord et al.) OCTIO’s ocean bottom seismic monitoring solution is a reliable, flexible and scalable system.
Thursday Oct 20, 8:30am Session PS5 Real-time microseismic monitoring in the North Sea with advanced noise removal methods Ben Dando, Kamran Iranpour, and Volker Oye, NORSAR; Sascha Bussat, Statoil; Louise Bjerrum, OCTIO More info: http://library.seg.org/doi/10.1190/segam2016-13840150.1 Speaker: Ben Dando, NORSAR Thursday Oct 20, 13:30pm Workshop 8, Optimizing Value: Non-Seismic Data in a Challenging Economic Environment 4D gravity and subsidence as cost-effective monitoring tools for offshore reservoirs