Digital technology firm ABB today unveiled a new Collaborative Operations Centre based in Oslo, Norway.
The new centre will see a network of more than 150 industry experts support the oil and gas sector from its Norwegian base.
ABB claim that the new centre will deliver “information insights that can increase customers’ profitability and productivity through better asset performance, higher safety and security, reduced risk and lower costs.”
The new ABB centre also hopes to deliver extensions on machine lifespan, 50% reduction in maintenance costs and an increased visibility in asset, equipment and staff performance.
Per Erik Holsten, managing director of ABB’s Oil, Gas and Chemicals business in the Industrial Automa-tion Division said, “For 20 years, ABB has been helping customers in the oil, gas and chemicals industries benefit from emerging digital technologies so they can respond to challenges and remain competitive in the new market.
“We’ve added the Collaborative Center in Oslo to help us continue to bring together our expertise with our customers’, helping to improve their reliability and operations while reducing their carbon footprint.”
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