There is a strong focus on securing the energy supply for the future. Simultaneously, energy production is being converted to fossil-free energy that reduces CO2 emissions.
The oil and gas industry is moving into deeper waters and less accessible environments, while at the same time having to uphold strict regulations concerning quality assurance and HSE.
In recent years, the focus within the maritime industry has been on energy efficiency and regulations regarding safety and environment.
The manufacturing of components and products is subject to stringent national and international standards relating to quality, safety and environment impact.
Subsea vehicles are shifting towards automation, with longer, and faster subsea surveys, avoiding heavy vessels and equipment required in an intervention with standard ROVs.
Chlorinated seawater and produced water systems are likely to induce severe corrosion in stainless steels. However, Resistor controlled Cathodic Protection (RCP) prevents the internal corrosion of stainless steels. Here are some facts about cathodic protection of stainless steels.
How can a FiGS® survey improve decision making concerning the cathodic protection (CP) on subsea wellheads, while reducing cost and maintaining safe operation at the same time? Read more to find out…
David Eklund shares his thoughts and ideas on HSE in FORCE Technology Norway.
FORCE Technology is opening up for business within the area of Metrology & Air Environment in Norway.
Whether your structure is ageing or still in the planning process, knowing how the reinforcement responds to time and physical forces is crucial to its integrity.
Odd Harald Eliesen, Business Area
Manager of Inspection East, provides input on NDT inspection of trains and
explains why this area is less evolved in Norway.
FORCE Technology has been awarded the 2017 MP Corrosion Innovation of the Year Award for its new and innovative sensor, FiGS®. The award was presented during CORROSION 2017 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
A flexible riser consists of several layers. One of these layers is a polymer sheath that is designed to protect the steel carcass. In order to reduce risks associated with loss of integrity or unnecessary inspection or replacements, we offer a more strategic and cost effective solution.
Morten Strengelsrud, our Head of department for riser integrity has been working with monitoring of flexibles risers since 2012 – more specifically, he has been working with a vent gas monitoring (VGM) system.
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