ExxonMobil Guyana buys vessel monitoring and alert system from Parisian group

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Viridien, formerly CGG, said its Sensing & Monitoring business line, marketed under the Sercel brand, has made a sale of its Marlin™ vessel monitoring and alert system to ExxonMobil Guyana to support its offshore operations in Guyana.

The sophisticated system is designed to protect floating production, storage and offloading platforms (FPSOs) and other high-value assets against a wide range of marine risks, even in the most challenging marine environments, Viridian said. The solution’s real-time monitoring and proactive intelligence capabilities deliver comprehensive insights into vessel movements, operational parameters, and potential risks, enabling operators to make informed decisions and enhance operational safety.

ExxonMobil Guyana reports US$2.9 billion in 2023 profit | OilNOW

Jerome Denigot, Executive Vice President, Sensing & Monitoring, Viridien, said: “Marking the culmination of our client’s multi-year use of our Sercel software and services to optimize its marine operational projects, this Marlin vessel monitoring and alert system award recognizes the value of our technical solutions and our commitment to delivering excellence and innovation in the offshore sector. Our Marlin software suite offers energy and other offshore operators the right tools to enhance safety, efficiency, and compliance across their operations.” 

ExxonMobil operates the Stabroek and Kaieteur Blocks offshore Guyana. It has discovered more than 11 billion oil-equivalent barrels at Stabroek and is currently producing over 600,000 barrels per day (b/d)


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