Contract wins for North-east 3D technology specialists

Source: press release, 8 October 2020

Eserv’s Managing Director, Dan Millard
Eserv’s Managing Director, Dan Millard (photo: Eserv)

A 3D technology specialist has secured contracts worth over GBP 3 million combined in the last 12 months, as its unique data-exchange solution is rolled out across 10 platforms in the North Sea.

Aberdeen-based Eserv has seen its AS-TEG™ technology service adopted across the basin as operators strive to harness data in reducing maintenance costs and eliminating time delays.

The Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) and major operators including Neptune Energy, BP and Repsol Sinopec Resources spotted the potential early supporting the company’s continuous development. Over the last year, Eserv has scaled across multiple other operators and most recently secured a contract with Stena Drilling covering their international drilling fleet.

Eserv’s flagship service – AS-TEG™ – combines a powerful blend of visual technology with data metrology to enable as-designed and as-built engineering data to be collected, analysed and communicated seamlessly across businesses. By pooling the information into a fully contextualised, live, as-built model, evidence-based decisions can be made from a desktop rather than the frequent need for costly survey and inspection visits onsite.

Eserv’s Managing Director, Dan Millard, says, “The uptake of our services follows a number of years of us developing and refining our technology to provide our customers with a mature and proven practice. Contract wins are testament to this confidence from the industry and the value we add by revealing information that is hidden within our customers data. These long-term contracts are the latest evolution in long-standing relationships, based on proven results in transforming their visual data into actionable insights. These insights help our customers to lower inherent integrity and safety risks, reduce offshore survey and inspection costs, avoid failure to fits, and cut work-cycle times by half.”