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Integrity Management

Stress Engineering Services is an industry leader in Integrity Management for deepwater oil and gas operators. Integrity Management, as it applies to deepwater floating and subsea systems, provides assurance that the infrastructure, facilities, and equipment are operating properly and efficiently without comprising personnel safety or damaging the environment. Additionally, deepwater Integrity Management is concerned with maintaining informational readiness to address needs for facilities expansion, modifications, and regulatory compliance.

Development of a reasonable yet robust Integrity Management program requires both a depth and a breadth of understanding and experience. Good execution of an Integrity Management program requires a strong management commitment to proper implementation throughout the entire life cycle of the asset.

Whether you are developing a comprehensive Integrity Management program from scratch or expanding on your existing program, our substantial expertise—in Floating Systems, Subsea Systems, Fitness for Service, Materials & Metallurgy, Process Technology, and Forensic Engineering—positions us well as your partner in developing or expanding your Integrity Management program. We can provide the engineering support you need to meet your needs, including satisfaction of existing and potential future regulatory requirements.

One challenging and possibly unexpected aspect of deepwater Integrity Management is project memory—being able to know or recall the what, where, why, and when of facility systems and their upgrades. Organizational changes can interrupt the continuity of this knowledge within an operating company so that finding historical information when needed often poses significant challenges. With over 35 years of industry service, and our deep commitment to thoroughly knowing your systems, you can be assured that we will be there when you need us.

  • Marine Assurance
  • Fitness for Service
  • System Diagnostics
  • Data Analysis
  • Health Monitoring
  • Life Extension
  • Mechanical Integrity
  • Operating Procedure Assessment and Development
  • Hazards Analysis and Risk Assessment
  • Records Keeping