OTC 2017: Offspring International launches integrated terminal management system
Offspring International is introducing Offshore Ops, its new integrated approach to oil terminal operations and tanker movements at this year’s Offshore Technology Conference.
HOUSTON– Offspring International (OIL) is introducing Offshore Ops, its new integrated approach to oil terminal operations and tanker movements at this year’s Offshore Technology Conference.
With an increasing need to optimize terminal operations, the Offshore Ops integrated terminal management system is said to offer extended offloading availability and safer mooring operations for single point and conventional buoy mooring systems.
The system is fully compliant with OCIMF SMOG 2015. It provides terminals with both “live” environmental and operational data, as well as, historical offloading records, enabling quicker and better informed decisions on terminal availability as weather conditions change.
In addition, the OIL booth will feature the Paladon Systems’ autonomous shutdown valve (ASV), providing improved remote operation of pipeline end manifold valves during loading and offloading.
Mark Brooks, sales director, said: “Offspring International now offers terminal operators a fully integrated approach to their loading and offloading systems. Over 25 years’ experience of SPM and CBM offloading systems, combined with field proven terminal management and PLEM valve control systems, means we are can assist terminal operators in optimizing tanker movements and maximizing profitability.”
OIL is exhibiting at booth #1639.