We provide the equilibrium.
Sentinel Subsea delivers the only technology to offer environmental assurance around suspended or decommissioned oil and gas wells. Thousands of wells are due to be suspended or decommissioned over the coming decades. The long-term integrity of those well barriers is critical.
Is there a risk of leakage and environmental damage? Yes.
Who is responsible? The well owner.
Each suspended or abandoned subsea asset is subject to an agreed inspection protocol, approved as part of an Environmental Impact Assessment.
Currently no industry standard monitoring procedure.
Sentinel Subsea has created a revolutionary, environmentally-friendly well integrity monitoring system. By passively monitoring the subsea environment for over ten years, without the requirement for intervention, it provides the decommissioning process with a solution which assures environmental integrity, multiple cost-efficiencies and no operational risk.
- Protecting the environment
- Protecting reputations
- Encouraging innovation
- Guaranteeing cost efficiencies
An environmental issue -
an eco-friendly solution.
Sentinel Subsea’s technology is a non-invasive, environmentally-friendly, risk-free and low-cost method of meeting optimum subsea asset inspection requirements.
Passively monitoring its environment for over 10 years, the in-situ technology comprises our unique, environmentally-sound chemical, a beacon and its trigger.
We repurpose material from the fish processing industry, which would normally go to landfill, and couple it with chemicals derived entirely from biomass. Sealed into a well at suspension or abandonment stage, this harmless substance will be released to the surface, should the well’s integrity be compromised even slightly. A beacon is then released to surface, where it is activated, producing an alert signal within five minutes of leak detection.TALK TO US
Why Monitor Abandoned Wells
Fast Action, Cleaner Environment: Current well inspection policy can specify a visual inspection every two years; the potential for a leak to remain undetected for some time is a likely potential scenario. Our in-situ technology provides notification as soon as the well loses its integrity. Subsequent remediation action, clean-up costs and financial penalties may therefore be considerably reduced.
- Industry Reputation: The global oil and gas industry has encountered several well-documented environmental incidents. The resulting reputational damage – and the significant work required to counteract that - cannot be underestimated. Sentinel Subsea’s technology provides oil and gas producers with a straightforward means of demonstrating good environmental stewardship.
- Driving Decommissioning Innovation: By monitoring well integrity, we provide the peace of mind to help advance decommissioning technology. Driving innovation and efficiency within the sector, our technology is helping to achieve the Oil and Gas Authority’s 35% decommissioning cost reduction target.
- Reducing Carbon Emissions - Reducing Operating Costs: by replacing current ROV/AUV fly-by inspection with Sentinel Subsea’s passive technology, vessel time and cost is saved.
Chief Executive Officer
Neil demonstrates an impressive track record within the oil and energy sector. Over 34 years in well construction have seen Neil play an integral role within a number of global companies, bringing his expertise to a broad range of operations, sales, senior management and board level activity. Neil has managed global product line portfolios whilst successfully championing and launching new and innovative well construction technologies.
As CEO of Sentinel Subsea, Neil is now working hard to help the oil and gas industry demonstrate good environmental stewardship via the decommissioning process, and beyond.
Chief Technology Officer
Andrew brings over 30 years of wide-ranging experience to the role. His career spans a variety of innovation/technical directorship and consultancy roles, including 23 years in oil and gas, with the last 13 years focused on subsea.
He is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institution of Engineering & Technology with extensive experience in the global delivery of multi-million dollar physical and digital solutions. His creative desire to find pragmatic solutions to industry issues is reflected in being a named inventor on 17 granted patents, with another 24 patents pending.
Business Development Director
Elliot is Sentinel Subsea’s Director of Business Development. A well intervention and completion specialist with over 20 years’ industry experience, he has dedicated over 10 years to the offshore deployment of well intervention, conventional and intelligent completion technology product lines.
His project management of the design and deployment of these technologies in many international regions gives him valuable connections, knowledge and understanding of the subsea arena and specifically the challenges faced by the industry, tasked with effective well plugging and abandonment.
Jim is a recent graduate of the University of Aberdeen. With an MSc in International Business Management, he has brought a raft of knowledge which he is now applying to his business development role at Sentinel Subsea. With particular expertise in market research and analytics, Jim identifies markets, growth areas, trends and customer profiles and relishes the fast paced start-up environment of Sentinel Subsea.
A native Aberdonian, Jim spent time studying overseas before returning to Scotland, where higher education was mixed with team management roles during his five years as a student.
Insuring the IndustryOur technology provides integrity assurance, in turn assisting industry to the provide quantifiable data required to standardise processes surrounding liability and insurance.