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In 2020, AMOG was engaged by INPEX Operations Australia Pty Ltd to deploy our Smart Mooring Integrity Checker (SMIC) solution for the Ichthys gas field floating facilities.

The AMOG-designed SMIC system was recently deployed live and rolled out at INPEX to monitor the mooring performance of the Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel and the semisubmersible Central Processing Facility (CPF), located in the Browse Basin about 220kms offshore Western Australia.

After an undetected CALM buoy mooring line failure, continuing operation of the terminal can have catastrophic consequences in the event of a second mooring line failure, particularly if the incident were to occur during offloading.

This can have significant environmental and economic implications.

AMOG has developed Smart systems to automatically detect failures.

Early detection of a change in system behaviour can enable processes to be put in place to develop modified offtake procedures, potentially allowing offloading to continue whilst mooring line repair is coordinated and executed. This significantly reduces the risk of further failure and the resulting environmental and economic ramifications.

We are pleased to announce that Moorsure has received an LOI to provide a new offshore import terminal in West Africa.

Victorian-based Advanced Magnetic Ranges Australia Pty Limited (AMRA), a joint venture combining the engineering expertise of AMOG with French naval technology specialist ECA Group, has just submitted their bid for the Royal Australian Navy’s Magnetic Treatment Facility, known as project SEA1350 Phase 2.

AMOG CEO, Ben Clark, has confirmed that AMRA’s submission, “Includes an impressive list of Australian subcontractors and SMEs who will ensure that Australian industry content is maximised, whilst delivering the best global technology from ECA Group.”

AMOG is pleased to announce that we will be supporting BP on the riser verification of the Tortue/Ahmeyim Field Development Project. 

In Sydney today, AMOG Pty Ltd signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Thales to provide Systems Engineering in support of Thales’ bid for the LAND 159 / LAND 4109 Program. Part of a sustained investment in Australian Army defence capabilities, this program is for the acquisition and through life support of small arms and direct fire weapons support systems.