C-Kore’s Subsea Testing Unit Goes to Work in GoM

C-Kore Systems has delivered a C-Kore unit to an unnamed oil and gas company in the Gulf of Mexico.

The unit will be used for fault finding on the client’s assets in the Gulf of Mexico.

Tim Overfield, managing director of C-Kore said, “We are already working with many of the operators and installation contractors in the North Sea. It is satisfying to see our technology
branching out into other sectors that will experience the same cost savings our other customers have.”

The C-Kore subsea testing tools are used on both fault-finding and construction campaigns to confirm the health or find faults in all types of electrical assets, including umbilicals, EFLs, SCMs and distribution units.

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