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Engineering continues to be a key requirement of the offshore oil and gas industry. As a subsea and pipeline engineering consultancy, Atteris applies its expertise to all project phases – from concept to decommissioning – with the aim of delivering solutions that are safe, reliable, fit for intended purpose, cost-efficient and cost-effective.
Recent years have presented a need for both
Atteris sees the need for engineering support of future offshore developments in 2017. Having already undertaken a number of concept development studies, the company’s activity appears to be growing globally. As 2017 matures, Atteris predicts that it will continue to provide engineering services, including flow assurance, field development, pipeline routing and survey support for subsea developments, such as fixed and dynamic risers. Moreover, with a number of major Australian LNG projects moving into the operational phase this year, the company also anticipates further growth of its asset and integrity management business.
In general, Atteris is optimistic about the future of the offshore oil and gas industry. Since there will always be short to medium term challenges to overcome, the ability to identify and quantify the challenges in projects early, adapt to change, create opportunities and deliver quality engineering, is key.
The company’s strong focus on developing its people in order to deliver quality engineering has resulted in a company culture that is
Atteris’ engineers are accustomed to
Looking to the year ahead
Atteris’ General Manager, Eric Jas, said: “During the past years, the offshore industry has experienced a major downturn, and commodity prices tumbled sharply. It is unfortunate that large parts of the industry had accommodated its costs to an unsustainable income stream, based on high commodity prices. On several large projects, I have witnessed the introduction of engineering processes that are unnecessarily cumbersome, expensive and
Additional information can be found on Atteris' website.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/special-reports/05042017/atteris-offshore-technology-review/