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C-Kore Signs First Brazilian Contract with TechnipFMC for Petrobras’ Mero 1 Project

16.11.2021
C-Kore Systems recently signed a contract with TechnipFMC in Brazil for delivery of their sub-sea testing tools for the Mero 1 project, in which Petrobras (40%) acts as Operator of the Libra Consortium, formed by the companies Shell Brasil (20%), TotalEnergies (20%), CNODC (10%) and CNOOC Limited (10%), with Pré-sal Petróleo S.A. – PPSA, as the manager of the Production Sharing Contract. The C-Kore tools will be used to perform the subsea electrical verification of the umbilicals after installation.

C-Kore Quickly Locates Subsea Faults Offshore Australia

18.10.2021
C-Kore Systems successfully executed an electrical fault-finding campaign on a subsea field to test the subsea electrical control system and identify the precise location of insulation resistance faults. The ease of deployment from the ROV, equipment reliability, and the quick and accurate results provided by the C-Kore units allowed the operator to efficiently locate line faults and initiate repairs, ensuring the campaign was a great success.C-Kore Systems successfully executed an electrical fault-finding campaign on a subsea field offshore Australia. Both the C-Kore Cable Monitor units (IR) and Subsea TDR units were used to test the subsea electrical control system and identify the precise location of insulation resistance faults. The ease of deployment from the ROV, equipment reliability, and the quick andaccurate results provided by the C-Kore units allowed the operator to efficiently locate line faults and initiate repairs, ensuring the campaign was a great success.

Cranium Engineering Deploys C-Kore Units Again in Nigeria

08.06.2021
C-Kore Systems recently completed another successful campaign with VAYCO Oil tools and their Nigerian partner Cranium Engineering for a major oil operator offshore Nigeria. The CKore tools were used to test the electrical integrity of the subsea assets. With their quick results, the C-Kore tools insured minimum interruptions to the field, reducing the vessel time on the operation while not requiring any additional personnel offshore.

C-Kore Complete Successful Deployment in North Sea

10.12.2020
C-Kore Systems completed a successful campaign with a major oil operator in the North Sea.The C-Kore tools rapidly located the source of low IR on the field and allowed the operator to quickly confirm the health of the rest of the system.

C-Kore Deploys on Multiple Operations in Australian Waters

22.07.2020
C-Kore Systems has completed a succession of deployments with an operator in offshore WA Australia. The C-Kore units quickly identified and localised anomalies in the subsea infrastructure saving time and money on the subsea campaign while ensuring the operator gained accurate information to inform the field’s maintenance program. With the automated C-Kore units, no additional offshore personnel were needed to perform the testing.

C-Kore's 300th Subsea Testing Unit Deployed

20.04.2020
C-Kore Systems is pleased to announce the deployment of their 300th Subsea Testing Unit. This landmark event occurred for a fault-finding campaign off the north-west coast of Australia.

Cranium Engineering deploys C-Kore Cable Monitor Units in Africa for first time

17.05.2019
C-Kore systems recently completed their first deployment with VAYCO Oil Tools and local Nigerian partner Cranium Engineering on an asset integrity verification operation for a major oil operator off the coast of Nigeria. The C-Kore units saved vessel time and deferment on the deployment, proving the integrity of the entire network from a single location.

C-Kore supports Shell with subsea testing in the North Sea

07.01.2019
C-Kore Systems recently deployed their Cable Monitor subsea testing units in the North Sea to monitor the installation of a new umbilical in Shell’s Nelson field.
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