STVANGER, Norway — During the Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) exhibition this week, Kongsberg Digital released SiteCom Trip Risk, the company’s latest product to provide up-to-date well insights for drillers.
This new interactive application for well operations provides users with the latest information for navigating wellbores, improving operational efficiency, visibility and risk management. Kongsberg says having a digital holistic overview of a well saves operators time and costs, while reducing overall emissions and facilitating remote team communications between on and offshore operations.
Historically, trip risk assessments have been static documents, periodically updated and exported as a report for operation teams. SiteCom Trip Risk—part of Kongsberg Digital’s SiteCom Discover Portal (SDP) platform for well operations—facilitates ongoing interaction between the subsurface and operation teams, keeping the operational status relevant and updated.
The technology enables a presentation of the string within the well, highlighting key operational observations and relevant data to the driller. Given that this information is retained in the database and not in an offline report, it can be used in knowledge transfer to facilitate continuous improvement of future wells.
This is the latest application available on the SiteCom SDP platform, which offers a series of solutions leveraging contextualization, operational insights and reduced admin overhead for the users. Trip Risk, used in combination with the company’s interactive Lithology Editor and Data Editor applications, streamlines the workflow required to deliver trip risk, freeing up valuable time for operations geologists and other contributors.
The new tool will provide users with a data-rich, integrated view of well operations.
Kongsberg Digital experts can provide more details at booth 7200 at ONS 2022 this week.