On June 21st, ClampOn had the pleasure of welcoming Mr. Terje Søviknes, Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy to our premises.
The Minister wanted to see first-hand how a world leading manufacturing company, that supplies instruments worldwide, is making efforts to get through the current rough times in the oil & gas supply industry.
After a quick introduction to ClampOn products and technology, Mr. Dag Aldal, President of ClampOn, presented the challenges a Norwegian privately owned company face in the current situation.
Minister Søviknes then took a tour around the premises, and was introduced to how work processes in ClampOn are conducted. The route went from the R&D department, to Engineering- and Manufacturing department and ended with a demonstration of the products in ClampOn’s own testing flow loop.
Minister Søviknes was also happy to take time for a brief chat with the apprentices currently receiving training and experience at ClampOn, and stated the importance and gratitude of companies accepting apprentices, even when times are challenging.
New contract for Subsea CEM (Corrosion-Erosion Monitor) to project in Norway
Monitoring of pipe erosion on subsea bends.
Acoustic Sand Detectors in production for several subsea fields
ClampOn currently has close to 100 subsea sensors in production for deliveries to new and existing subsea projects world wide.
Subsea Instrumentation to China
Condition monitoring; particle monitors, PIG detectors, and corrosion-erosion monitors make a powerful package