Aptomar develops environmental monitoring service

December 11, 2015

International oil spill player Aptomar has developed a new method for environmental monitoring, designed for the oil companies to have round the clock monitoring, detection and reporting on unintended oil spills.


 
Image: BlueDeal service/ Aptomarin

The newly developed environmental monitoring service, Blue Deal, is tailor made for monitoring fields in both exploration and production phase.

Through the BlueDeal service, Aptomarin, the Aptomar 24/7 maritime control center, will on behalf of the customer monitor the sea surrounding the installation or vessel, and operationally and technically take responsibility for documenting and reporting that the oil company is operating within the given requirements, and to detect unintended oil spills within one, two, or three hours.

Through BlueDeal, Aptomarin will be responsible to gather, analyze and trend the data from the operation, in addition to creating detection reports where the spill, probable polluter and the events leading up to the accident is documented. The conducted environmental monitoring will be summarized in a yearly or end-of well Blue Environment report, which can be used internally, towards the government or the public.  

The technology, the systems and the competence behind the BlueDeal is a result of 10 years of R&D, testing, detection and combating of unintended oil spills worldwide.



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