From wellhead, through feeder lines to processing facility, from offshore platform or FPSO to terminal, Permasense systems are today proving an efficient and safe way to monitor the integrity of equipment at desk.
Permasense systems are being installed on power station steam systems to enable operators to optimise the trade-off between operating efficiency and plant life, for example through monitoring flow-accelerated corrosion. Find out more…
Permasense systems have been deployed in geothermal power facilities to minimise the risk of unplanned service interruptions, for example through monitoring the effectiveness of corrosion inhibition programmes for wellheads. Find out more…
22nd June 2015
Permasense has appointed a local agent for Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. Corrosion Control Engineering (CCE) will work with Permasense to provide business development and customer support to upstream, downstream and mining clients in the Asia Pacific region.
18th June 2015
The demand for Permasense monitoring systems in the current low oil price climate are more significant than ever, as the quality of data from the Permasense systems is simultaneously enabling operators to maximise production efficiency and reduce OPEX spend. To support our continued expansion in the upstream oil and gas sector, Permasense has opened an office in Aberdeen
9th June 2015
Permasense, the world leader in the field of non-intrusive continuous integrity monitoring systems, has secured a milestone order from Shell’s Pulau Bukom refinery in Singapore. The application will see Permasense deliver its 10,000th permanently installed corrosion and erosion sensor in its largest single installation in Asia to date.
29th May 2015
The Permasense website is now available in Brazilian Portuguese. Permasense has customers around the world and recognises that explaining things in other languages can sometimes be easier for readers who want to find out more information.
21st May 2015
From May 12th to 20th, 2015, the world's leading online ultrasonic thickness measurement systems provider, Permasense limited and its Chinese partner Shenzhen Grusen Company carried out a roadshow together visiting 7 Sinopec refineries in China. The tour completed on 20th May at Sinopec Zhenhai, Ningbo.
18th May 2015
We have made a video explaining how the WT210 Integrity Monitoring System is deployed in hydrocarbon processing facilities to enhance safety and profitability.
14th May 2015
Jon Allin, Permasense CTO and Fred Cegla, Lecturer at Imperial College London and Permasense non-executive Director have written a chapter about continuous wall thickness monitoring in a newly published book entitled Oil and Gas Pipelines, Integrity and Safety Handbook.
11th May 2015
An article written by Jake Davies, Permasense Marketing Director, discussing how Oil & Gas producers can leverage the data delivered by Permasense online continuous asset integrity monitoring systems to enhance safety and profitability has been published.