C-Kore Systems has completed a contract with A/S Norske Shell, where the C-Kore subsea testing tools were used to assist with fault-finding in the Draugen field in Norway.
With the use of the C-Kore tools, Shell was able to locate the source of low IR on the field, the company said.
Børge Nedal, Shell’s maintenance discipline engineer Subsea Controls said, “We had already spent a lot of time performing testing prior to using C-Kore which hadn’t produced definitive answers. The C-Kore tools were very easy to use and quickly confirmed where the fault was. Using the C-Kore tools was a positive experience.”
Greg Smith, general manager for C-Kore Systems added, “Our design philosophy has always been to keep the tools really simple to use, yet versatile. It’s great to hear that our units are leading to positive outcomes for our customers and reducing costs of subsea testing by saving them vessel time.”