Oil & Gas

We have been building Intelligent Agents for the Oil and Gas Industry for the last 30 years.

 

We use artificial intelligence and robotics to help Oil & Gas companies throughout the world achieve their green objectives in terms of reduced carbon footprint in their operations.

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Bespoke Software and Hardware for Oil & Gas

WE HAVE BEEN BUILDING INTELLIGENT AGENTS
FOR THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY FOR THE LAST 30 YEARS.

We are committed to developing new paradigms using artificial intelligence and robotics products that increase profits and lower the carbon footprint of existing and future operations.

We have built Intelligent Agents and Robotics Devices for our customers:

Production Management

Drilling

Autonomous in-well Robots

Introducing Our Subsidiary, IMARC Robotics, Inc.

IMARC Robotics, Inc. offers a combination of software services and multi-agent (AI and Robotics) technology products to upstream Oil and Gas operating and service companies seeking to improve production and maintenance efficiency. The net results can be both increased profitability and lower carbon emissions. A win-win proposition.

FIFTY SHADES OF GREEN

Increase Profits while Lowering Carbon Footprint

Illustration of IMARC Robotics Impact on Carbon Footprint

For the purposes of illustrating a typical example of carbon footprint reduction (i.e. measured in absolute emissions) that could be achieved by IMARC Robotics technology, a comparison has been made of the processes involved in a typical CONVENTIONAL offshore slickline sleeve shifting operation, using a BP Platform as the case study.

Based on current methods such an operation would typically involve some twenty distinct processes or events in getting the job done, each of which will involve a certain amount of (mostly diesel-based) carbon emissions. These process events are estimated to collectively result in about 69,000 Lbs of carbon emissions.

In comparison to the methods used today, IMARC Robotic technologies achieve the same sleeve-shifting operation on the same BP platform using only nine process events, whose cumulative emissions would likely be no greater than some 4,400 Lbs of carbon. That is more than a 15-fold decrease in the footprint.

Moreover, along with these benefits would come also substantial savings in both time and safety. It is clear that IMARC’s nine process events can be executed in far less time than today’s twenty processes, which implies major improvement in efficiency and substantial cost savings in fuels and labor.

Further, the switch to robotics would have huge safety improvements, bearing in mind that helicopter delivery of robots and tools directly onto the platform deck will avoid all ship-to-platform off-loading of heavy rigs and equipment which are hazardous when seas are heavy.