Marsol International’s Interface Management solution for oil and gas terminal aims to ensure both CAPEX and OPEX efficiency and cost-effective project delivery, which will facilitate safe and effective operations
The development and operation of an oil and gas terminal is the culmination of a series of work scopes.
According to the company, each facility presents its own complexities and every location comes with its own environmental and regulatory challenges. This is what makes the oil and gas sector the exciting, challenging and inspiring industry, Marsol International added.
The advanced systems integrity management (ASIM) initiative relies on in-depth understanding of the asset’s operating environment and response to allow Marsol’s engineers to analyse and redesign components to achieve life extension, reduced cost and reduced risk.
As infrastructure and assets deteriorate over time, their integrity, long-term operational efficiency and safety decreases, which can prove costly if crucial life extension programmes are not put in place. These programmes involve a series of individual services that aim to facilitate safe and effective operations for many years to come, but ultimately rely on a joined-up approach between all stakeholders. Due to the unique challenges and complexities of each asset, this joined-up approach can be lacking, leading to inefficient and costly solutions being adopted, if at all.
Marsol International, Dubai-based global marine solutions provider focused on the offshore oil terminal market and related infrastructure, has developed a holistic integrity management system to prolong the life of assets whilst also driving forward efficiencies in capital and operating expenditures.
Viewing the future needs of the complete terminal operation as a whole is the most effective way to achieve maximum integrity with a clear focus on OPEX optimisation, and asset integrity combined with data analysis can identify what direct and indirect stakeholders require throughout the process.
Marsol International leads a number of initiatives in the marine sector including emergency pipeline repair, hose management, asset integrity management and management, inspection, repair, maintenance and operation (MIRMO) of offshore terminals.