Subsea integrity monitoring specialist, Sentinel Subsea, has been announced as a finalist in the prestigious 2024 SPE Offshore Achievement Awards (OAAs).
Celebrating the pinnacle of industry innovation, Sentinel’s WellSentinel™ technology has been recognised alongside six other finalists in the Post-Commercial Deployment category.
Now in its 37th year, the OAAs reflect on the impressive achievements made across the entire offshore industry. Selected as a finalist by the esteemed judging panel, Sentinel’s transformative technology, WellSentinel, has been successfully supporting the global energy industry by lowering risk, reducing costs, and critically, protecting the environment.
The innovative solution, which monitors remotely without the requirement for any intervention, is a simple-to-deploy, proprietary passive system that enables operators to continuously monitor the integrity of subsea assets without the use of active subsea power or data communication.
Designed to cover the entire lifecycle of wells from drilling to final abandonment, WellSentinel has garnered widespread attention. The Aberdeen-based company has been collaborating with Baker Hughes to deploy its WellSentinel technology across the globe.
Incorporated in 2018, Sentinel supports operators across the globe in transitioning to a more sustainable future through risk management and subsea asset integrity monitoring.
Winners of the Offshore Achievement Awards will be announced at the ceremony on Thursday 14th March 2024 at the P&J Live, Aberdeen.
Sentinel CEO, Neil Gordon, said; “2023 was a brilliant year for Sentinel Subsea. We have been deploying our technology across the globe, supporting operators from initial drilling right up to final abandonment and decommissioning.
“Additionally, last year saw us embark on a period of significant expansion for our passive monitoring solutions, expanding our capabilities beyond wellheads to monitor subsea Christmas trees.
“We now enter 2024 with continued support from Baker Hughes and are rapidly growing a global presence whilst we enhance our ability to provide comprehensive monitoring solutions for a wide range of critical subsea infrastructure. We are incredibly excited and proud to have received this recognition from the OAAs judging panel, particularly following our win in the Innovator category last year.”