Case Study

Remote Monitoring Of Blowout Preventers Improves Operations

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Blowout preventers (BOPs) are assemblies of valves, hydraulics, and electrical devices used to prevent the uncontrolled release of oil or gas. They are deployed on both land and ocean drilling rigs, secured to the wellhead at the top of the wellbore.

Deepwater Subsea streams data from BOP systems located anywhere in the world to their monitoring center for analysis and reporting. Deepwater’s subject matter experts (SMEs) make use of Seeq to create insights from the data, with Seeq deployed as a SaaS application on Microsoft’s Azure cloud service platform.

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