ExproSoft bags Martin Linge well integrity work

July 13, 2016

Total E&P Norge has entered into an agreement with ExproSoft for the use of WellMaster IMS to monitor and optimize well integrity management of the Martin Linge field on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, in addition to ensuring well operations are within NORSOK and existing guidelines.

Total E&P Norge already utilizes WellMaster IMS for its operations on Atla and Skirne, and will expand the solution as a well integrity management system for the coming Martin Linge field. WellMaster IMS will be used to follow up on the wells’ risk picture, identify well issues, and efficiently handle reporting internally and to the PSA.

“ExproSoft is very pleased to continue the cooperation with Total E&P Norge, one of the most important operators on the NCS. We look forward to implementing WellMaster IMS for the coming Martin Linge field, and strengthen our position as the leading supplier of well integrity solutions,” Odd Are Svensen, CEO of ExproSoft said.

According to ExproSoft, WellMaster IMS ensures that the operator has complete overview of the wells’ risk picture by systematically monitoring and reporting the status of well barriers. The company said that an increased control of the risk picture contributes to increased uptime and a safer production of the wells.

WellMaster IMS was launched in 2007, and is today utilized by a number of operators in Norway, UK, Middle East and Australia.

Image from ExproSoft.



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