Pulse Wins Major Riser Monitoring Contract Offshore Brazil

Pulse Structural Monitoring, a leader in providing subsea structural monitoring and data, and part of the Acteon group, has been awarded a contract from a major contractor in Brazil to provide a riser monitoring system for the first phase of the ultra-deep-water field development, in the pre-salt layer of the Santos Basin 280 km off Brazil.

The scope of work includes the monitoring of the loads and motion of the rigid lines for three production and four injection risers connected to the floating production, storage and offloading vessel. Pulse will use its INTEGRIpod NX2 subsea motion and data logging sensor. This is the third generation of INTEGRI, which has more than two million operational hours. The sensor provides a best-in-class solution for the project by acting as a hub that combines monitoring and data processing.

The project is part of the wider Acteon Group strategy to design, supply and install subsea structural monitoring equipment and integrity software to provide engineering analysis and recommendations across all phases of the lifecycle.

Priscilla Elman, Pulse General Manager, said, "This win reaffirms our commitment to, and working relationship with, the Brazil market. We are confident that our clients have found a partner in Pulse that will make this project a resounding success. We will be drawing together our best global resources and capabilities from our Brazil, US and UK offices. This will be another opportunity to deliver our standard, field-proven equipment with the most experienced Brazilian team."

20 Jun 2020