Inspect Your Oil & Gas Assets
Fully Remotely and in Near Real Time
Spottitt MF employs satellite data and advanced machine learning algorithms to help pipeline network operators quickly and accurately detect pipeline safety hazards, allowing to take prompt action to tackle the problem and prevent any harm from further development.
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Oil & Gas Utilities Worldwide
Oil & Gas network operators play a crucial role in society ensuring material’s safe and reliable delivery to homes, factories and other facilities.
Pipelines damage may not only affect operational continuity but also may result in environmental contamination, affecting ecosystems and water bodies, and pose immediate health risks due to leaked materials. The disruption of energy transportation can lead to economic implications and shortages. Financially, pipeline repairs, cleanup efforts, and legal penalties contribute to substantial costs.
Preventing and addressing pipeline damage is crucial for the company’s operational effectiveness, industry’s safety, and environmental sustainability. But also help operators to protect their reputation and comply with all applicable regulations and safety standards.
Regular risk assessments of distribution and transmission pipelines are designed to identify potential hazards and risks, such as land movement, change and unauthorised work nearby, encroaching vegetation that could compromise oil & gas network safety. This can include everything from regular inspections and maintenance to the implementation of advanced monitoring and control systems, helping operators identify and address issues on time.
Satellite-derived monitoring provides precise and cost-effective surveillance for widely dispersed pipeline assets.
Wide Variety of Use Cases
Unlock Condition and Risk Based O&M, Starting Today
The Easy Way
Boost your risk awareness and mitigation with actionable insights derived from multiple risk metrics measured. Enjoy your analyses in our on-demand platform and integrate them easily into your existing asset management and GIS systems for better decision making.
Accurate and Near Real-Time Results
With Spottitt, you get high-resolution satellite images and the most advanced artificial intelligence to get accurate geospatial data on every meter of your network, updated as frequently as every day. We offer the optimal solution customised to your specific needs.
At Scale, In Hours
Inspect at scale in hours, fully remote. Our monitoring solutions require no hardware, no flight permits, no time walking or driving, and then passing and standardising the data. No subjective measures prone to human errors. Also, important, our monitoring method doesn’t pollute the environment.
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The operation of oil and gas transmission pipelines entails inherent risks associated with the potential for unintentional product releases. Oil and gas product releases have traditionally been treated as safety issues due to the risk of explosions and asphyxiation, but increasingly, the environmental impact of unintentional product releases is fast becoming the key risk to be reduced and avoided via Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) programs.
Spottitt is known for utilising satellite data to offer infrastructure owners valuable insights into the diverse external risks affecting their assets. But how precisely do we derive these insights from satellite imagery? The answer is – machine learning, and today we’re inviting you behind the curtains of our product to unveil the whole process.
As more organizations turned to Spottitt for monitoring growing numbers of assets, we recognized that the traditional geospatial platform’s map view, which was effective for small-scale monitoring, became cumbersome when dealing with larger datasets. So, we embarked on the development of Spottitt Metrics Factory. Since its beta launch in late 2022, ten organizations from around the world have been delighting in the ability to view and interact with their asset monitoring data using the product.
Lucy Kennedy, the CEO and co-founder of Spottitt and Co-Chair of the Methane Monitoring Working Group at EARSC, recently moderated the session on ‘Collaborative Approaches to Methane Monitoring’.
The integration of satellite data with ground-based and operational measurements has the potential to radically transform efforts aimed at reducing methane emissions.