Emerson Process Management, a global leader in providing automated solutions for various procedures involved in industries, has reported its selection by Norway’s Statoil for installing Emerson’s combined safety and automated system, including DeltaV digital automation system and DeltaV SIS process safety system. It helps in reducing the cost involved in production, ensures safety and also minimizes ecological threats.
This new robotic system will help Statoil’s plan of adopting novel technologies to meet the future energy requirements, by tapping the promising areas of shale gas, heavy oil and deep-water production, besides the additional enhancement of the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
The previous partnership between Statoil and Emerson was to incorporate Emerson’s Smart Wireless Technology featuring minimum cost factor on a couple of offshore platforms of Statoil.
Steve Sonnenberg, President of Emerson Process Management expressed his excitement over partnering with Statoil which can provide new prospects for enhanced outcome.
The five year term of this partnership can be extended for two more years. Other than installation processes and safety systems, the agreement also involves incorporating engineering operations for the upcoming projects of Statoil and also improving the existing amenities. Supply of control valves, measurement instruments, asset management solutions and other associated services for enhancing the production of Statoil will be continued by Emerson.