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Petrobras

Ocean Infinity are completing a project at the Campos, Espirito Santo and Santos basins, offshore Brazil. Ocean Infinity will be working under contract to Cepemais to map an area of 5,000km2 and inspect 12,000km of pipelines.

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Operating from Ocean Infinity’s ‘Island Pride’ vessel, the Company’s Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) will be working in water depths of between 50 and 3,000 metres.  The data collected by Ocean Infinity will then be interpreted and reported upon by Cepemais. The contract duration is for three years.

Ocean Infinity’s AUVs are the most technologically advanced in the world.  They are capable of operating in water depths from 5 meters to 6,000 meters.  The AUVs are not tethered to the vessel during operations, allowing them to go deeper and collect higher quality data for the search.  They are equipped with a side scan sonar, a multi-beam echo-sounder, a sub-bottom profiler, an HD camera, a conductivity / temperature / depth sensor, a self-compensating magnetometer, a synthetic aperture sonar and a turbidity sensor.

“We are delighted to be supporting Cepemais on this important Petrobras project.  Working on a project of this scale is a clear endorsement of our technology and highlights how the oil & gas industry recognises that through the deployment of multiple AUVs, we can deliver the highest quality data, safely, quickly and more cost effectively than ever before.  This project follows our recent work for Woodside on the Scarborough Field and we look forward to providing further updates on our progress in the sector in the months ahead.”

Oliver Plunkett, Ocean Infinity’s CEO

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The operations team ensure that we can operate around the globe, effectively delivering high-quality results to our clients. We ensure that company can map the sea floor at an unprecedented scale and speed. The operations team are fast, forward thinkers who work precisely and attentively. Join us as we enable change.

 

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The commercial team are responsible for driving the growth of Ocean Infinity. We have a very exciting mission as we innovate and disrupt the sea bed intelligence space through innovative engagements with a very diverse group of clients all over the world. Join us as we drive change.

 

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The offshore team are responsible for ensuring that our pioneering technology is operated safely and efficiently. We operate smoothly and work as a team to produce the highest quality products for our clients. Join us as we operate change.

 

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