C-Kore’s subsea testing units deployed for Atoll project offshore Egypt

C-KoreC-Kore Systems closed off an excellent 2017 with an installation/commissioning campaign for the Egyptian Atoll project in collaboration with Subsea 7’s office in Paris. The C-Kore Subsea

Testing units increased the efficiency of the vessel operations, saving the customer time and money on the deployment of new umbilicals.

Li Ming-Shi, pre-commissioning engineer for Subsea 7 in Paris commented, “The C-Kore Units give us new options to monitor our umbilicals during their installation then subsea testing, providing more operational flexibility this technology eliminates the need of any down-lines or by-passes required in traditional testing methods. The timely & efficient support C-kore team provided during project execution is also to be highly praised. We are looking forward to working with C-Kore again in our future operations.”

The C-Kore Subsea Testing units are increasingly recognized as the tools of choice for operators and installation contractors for their automated monitoring during transit and lay, and simple subsea testing to prove equipment’s health on the seabed immediately prior to hook-up. This is a much better alternative to traditional top side or platform led testing. The C-Kore units eliminate the need for a down-line by plugging directly into equipment. They provide quick and accurate results, greatly decreasing the testing time on subsea campaigns.

Tim Overfield, managing director of C-Kore commented, “We have had a great 2017 and expect even more for 2018. All our customers come back for repeat business, as they see how easy the units are to use, how their subsea installation or fault-finding operations become simple, and how much money our services save them.”

(C-Kore Systems Press Release)


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