Maersk Oil Global Agreement results in new Tyra project for Datum360
The global agreement allows Maersk Oil to utilise Datum360 on their worldwide projects with the assurance that they are using an EIM platform that has already been evaluated for quality, performance and functionality.
The signing of this agreement has resulted in a new project with Datum360 now being utilised on Maersk Oil’s Danish North Sea Tyra Future development project.
Maersk’s Tyra project team are using Datum360 to manage, measure and report the engineering information as it develops. The Tyra project phase is expected to take around 5 years to complete with first gas production expected in 2022.
The global agreement follows on from the successful deployment of Datum360 on Maersk Oil’s Culzean development as part of a four-year contract, with Datum360 being used as a key component for managing engineering information on the project.
James Michael, Datum360’s Commercial Director, said
“Being awarded this global agreement is a significant milestone for Datum360. We have built an excellent relationship with Maersk Oil through the various projects we are delivering on together. We are delighted Maersk Oil have shown continued confidence in Datum360.”’
“We are dealing more and more with organisations who recognise that being able to access their engineering information from day one on a project adds significant value to overall safety and efficiency both in a Project and Operations environment. This should be a standard expectation of any EIM, as opposed to the legacy of some of the lengthy implementation issues that have affected many capital projects in the past.”
Datum360 was available to use on day one of the contract for the Tyra project team, due to its rapid deployment. The cloud-based solution removes lengthy infrastructure requirements and has the capability to handle data sets from mega projects with ease.