ROSEN Group Integrity Management for Offshore Assets
The ROSEN Group is an industry leader in the provision of cutting-edge solutions and services designed to support all areas of the global offshore industry’s integrity process chain.
Our continued focus on delivering innovation and expertise, as well as our dedication to providing high-quality solutions that address customers’ specific needs have all contributed to our unique success story and reputation as highly trusted service provider.
Personalised integrity management solutions for marine platforms
ROSEN was initially established as a one-man enterprise in 1981 and has since grown into an internationally recognised asset care specialist, employing a team of over 3,000 workers and operating in more than 120 countries worldwide.
We are able to provide key support throughout the project lifecycle to facilitate optimum performance and efficiency in accordance with clients’ unique specifications and requirements.
ROSEN’s wide-ranging expertise covers the inspection of key assets and infrastructure to verify stability and ensure smooth, effective operation, in addition to a comprehensive array of bespoke engineering consultancy services for efficient and reliable asset management.
We also conduct state-of-the-art research and development (R&D) activities in order to devise ‘added value’ products and services, as well as design, fabricate and supply bespoke systems and products for various marine applications.
Planning, inspection and maintenance services for critical offshore assets
ROSEN’s portfolio of asset care solutions are designed to protect the integrity of clients’ subsea infrastructure and facilitate consistently high-quality performance.
We offer a wide range of sophisticated planning, inspection, maintenance and monitoring services to provide a clear understanding of an asset’s current and predicted future condition, which also allow us to perform the most effective preventative and corrective actions to ensure the continued safety, sustainability and reliability of customers’ operations.
All of our solutions can be applied at any time, though a typical strategy involves the application of a series of detailed system audits and / or risk-based analysis processes in order to devise a personalised asset integrity management (AIM) plan for clients’ specific infrastructure and operational requirements.
Our comprehensive external and internal inspection services are then able to offer accurate and reliable information regarding the asset’s condition, which in turn allows us to develop a unique, effective and cost-efficient maintenance programme.
The precise information gathered during inspection and maintenance works also allows us to carry out targeted monitoring activities to ensure assets are well-maintained and able to deliver dependably excellent results for the duration of the project lifecycle.
Market-driven research and development (R&D) for marine applications
The ROSEN Group is committed to continually improving its portfolio of products and services, and the company’s dedicated technology centres are constantly undertaking topical, market-driven research projects to broaden the scope of its operations and develop new solutions.
Our excellent R&D capabilities also allow us to carry out custom technology projects at the request of customers in order to address their own unique and unusual operational needs.
Professional training and competency programmes for offshore worksites
ROSEN offers a range of training and qualification programmes that are designed to equip clients’ personnel with key marine sector knowledge and expertise, allowing them to manage aging assets safely and responsibly, while ensuring adherence to the latest industry standards and regulations.
We provide high-quality, well-structures learning programmes that have been carefully developed by qualified practitioners based on decades of hands-on experience in the oil and gas industry, enabling vital competencies to be passed on to subsequent generations of on-site staff.
ROSEN’s training courses combine the acquisition of key skills and subject knowledge with valuable practical experience, and all qualifications are certified by a dedicated panel of industry leading figures with strong ties to educational institutions.
Digital solutions for effective integrity management of offshore assets
Effective management decisions require reliable information based on precise, high-quality data. ROSEN’s digital integrity management solutions continually generate large amounts of data regarding the condition of clients’ assets, while important historical information is also available in multiple legacy formats when required.
We have collaborated with customers worldwide to design our unique and advanced integrity management software to ensure consistently effective results.
Our personnel possess extensive experience in the digitization, storage, alignment and manipulation of key asset data, enabling clients to optimize the efficiency and reliability of their engineering evaluations, risk assessments and planning operations.
Products and Services
When managing an offshore asset, even the smallest inaccuracy could lead to severe consequences.
Effective inspections of offshore asset such as subsea systems, jacket structures, pipelines and topsides facilities require an enormous amount of effort to conduct.
ROSEN recognises that achieving an optimal flow rate is the single most important aspect of efficient pipeline operations.
Inspection procedures are only able to provide information regarding the current integrity status of an offshore asset.
Training and Education
Ensuring that on-site personnel possess the required competence is a vital consideration when managing aging assets.
The ROSEN Group is pleased to announce that Ray Lewis has been presented with an ASME Certificate of Achievement for Meritorious Service in recognition of his almost 70 years of service in the pipeline integrity management sector, which includes more than 20 years as part of the ASME B31.8 code committee.Read more
Switzerland-based pipeline integrity specialist ROSEN Group is pleased to announce it became the first service organisation to join the European Pipeline Research Group (EPRG) earlier this year.Read more
The ROSEN Group is pleased to announce that the company has further solidified its status as an industry leader in integrity management technology with the TÜV certification of its inspection tools.Read more
Switzerland-based asset integrity solutions provider ROSEN Group is pleased to announce that the company will once again act as Platinum Sponsor at the 12th Pipeline Technology Conference (ptc), which is set to take place from 2-4 May 2017.Read more
Switzerland-based ROSEN Group is pleased to announce the introduction of its innovative new Cleaning EcoSpeed service, which has been carefully optimised for high-velocity gas pipeline applications.Read more
Switzerland-based asset integrity management specialist ROSEN Group is pleased to announce that the company will once again play a key role as a premium elite sponsor at the 2017 edition of the International Pipeline Pigging and Integrity Management Conference and Exhibition.Read more
Many pipeline operators face uncertainties regarding the unknown specified minimum yield strength (SMYS) of the pipeline material, which is fundamental factor needed when establishing a maximum allowable operating pressure (MAOP) of a pipeline.Read more
The ROSEN Group has introduced the world's first four-inch in-line inspection tool, which uses high-resolution ultrasound technology for wall thickness measurement and crack inspection services.Read more
The ROSEN Group will attend the 2012 Offshore Technology Conference and Exhibition, at the Reliant Center in Houston, Texas, US.Read more
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The ROSEN Group is proud to announce the recent award of four major baseline pipeline inspections worth around $9m for the Chevron-operated Gorgon Project. Managed out of ROSEN's Canning Vale operating facility, the multi-million dollar project is planned to start immediately with desigRead more
Mr. Raymond Lewis, director of business development for ROSEN USA, has celebrated his 60th year in the pipeline industry in 2011. To commemorate such a momentous occasion, Mr. Lewis' peers gathered together during the recent Pipeline Pigging and Integrity Management Conference for a surpRead more
Faced with the unprecedented task of inspecting the world's longest subsea gas pipeline in a single run, ROSEN developed a customized RoCorr•MFL/SIC tool. Over and above its unparalleled length of 1,173 km and the resultant tool wear issues, the Langeled pipeline connecting Norway and the UK poseRead more
Internal corrosion, such as top-of-the-line corrosion (TOL) in wet gas lines due to condensation, constitutes a major risk to pipeline operation. Under certain circumstances, the internal corrosion growth rates can be as high as several millimetres per year. Since internal corrosion isRead more
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ROSEN has available a full range of in-line inspection tools, designed to withstand the most adverse conditions yet return accurate data on pipeline integrity and other anomalies. From internal corrosion to dent and wrinkle inspection, cracks and pipe geometry, a ROSEN tool is available for any tRead more
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