Lloyd's Register says work smart, not hard, to reap FPSO savings

AUSTRALIAN oil and gas producers utilising a floating production storage and offloading vessel to extract hydrocarbons from their fields could save up to A$30 million per asset by leveraging technology to identify “unnecessary maintenance”.

Lloyd's Register says work smart, not hard, to reap FPSO savings Lloyd's Register says work smart, not hard, to reap FPSO savings Lloyd's Register says work smart, not hard, to reap FPSO savings Lloyd's Register says work smart, not hard, to reap FPSO savings Lloyd's Register says work smart, not hard, to reap FPSO savings

According to a new study by historic maritime classification body Lloyd's Register as much as 40% of maintenance work carried out on Australian FPSO vessels could be completely unnecessary, both on

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