Reecotech wins bid for real-time weather forecast (wrb) service rental project – Vung Tau

Recognized as a leading provider of measurement, monitoring systems and operational services for offshore weather, oceanographic and environmental monitoring Buoy stations for oil and gas and offshore wind projects, Reecotech has been selected and awarded by Vietsovpetro to provide real-time weather measurement services (WRB) at the Dai Hung oil and gas field in the Dai Hung Field Development Project Phase 3.

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Dai Hung Field is located in Block 05-1, 250 km southeast of the Vietnam coast and at an average depth of 110 m, and has been operated by PVEP since 2003. The development of the Dai Hung Phase 3 Project will include the construction of a new unmanned wellhead platform (WHP-DH01) including pipelines and a submarine cable connecting to the existing FPU.

Reecotech is responsible for providing real-time weather and oceanographic data to ensure safe and efficient operation and exploitation at the Dai Hung field. The solution includes the design, integration, installation and operation of an automatic meteorological and oceanographic buoy station to measure wave parameters (wave height, wave direction, wave period, etc.), surface and subsurface current velocity and direction at different depths up to 120 m, and basic meteorological parameters such as wind speed, wind direction, temperature, humidity, air pressure and rainfall (optional). The measured data is transmitted continuously to the central server (server) with a proposed frequency of every 10 minutes (or can be adjusted according to the requirements of the Investor).


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