OTC 2016 Announces Spotlight on New Technology Award Recipients
OTC recognizes innovative technologies each year with the Spotlight on New TechnologySM Award. This awards program is exclusively for OTC exhibitors and showcases the latest and most advanced technologies that are leading the industry into the future.
OTC also has a Small Business Award in support and recognition of innovative technologies being developed by small businesses (less than 300 employees).
AFGlobal Corporation, producer of Riser Gas Handling (RGH) System
Barge Master, producer of Barge Master T40
FMC Technologies, producer of InLine ElectroCoalescer (IEC)
GE Oil & Gas, producer of SeaPrime™ I Subsea MUX BOP Control System
Halliburton, producer of BaraLogixTM Density and Rheology Unit (DRU)
The BaraLogix™ Density & Rheology Unit (DRU) is an autonomous, automated device that allows real-time measurements of fluid density and rheology, combined with trending analysis visible to the well construction team. The BaraLogix DRU can help reduce risk, increase efficiency, and communicate drilling performance in real time.
The Soft Rope System is a collaboration between Lankhorst Ropes, Deep Tek, and DSM Dyneema. It’s capable of handling heavy loads at water depths of well over 3,000m. The system comprises Lankhorst Ropes’ Lanko®Deep rope, DSM Dyneema, and an Active Heave Compensation (AHC) drum winch system from Deep Tek.
Oceaneering International, Inc., Remote Piloting and Automated Control Technology
OES Oilfield Services Group, producer of DOPP
DOPP is a technologically innovative tablet based 4 stage programme that evaluates each rig site’s ability to control, implement and mitigate Dropped Objects. Using this information, a bespoke awareness package is created and delivered to all personnel on the rig in the form of classroom and on-site hands on training.
The OneSubsea® AquaWatcher™ Water Analysis Sensor uniquely detects minuscule quantities of water in multiphase and wet gas flows, plus determines the salinity of that water. The patent-pending technology can also measure the concentration of chemicals in water to determine accurate dosage requirements, thus enabling significant risk reduction and reduced costs.