How Opsealog is improving fleet efficiency for ADNOC Logistics & Services

Aug 5, 2022 | Case Studies

Opsealog’s cutting-edge performance management service helped ADNOC Logistics & Services optimize the operations of its offshore fleet, reducing costs and emissions by 12%

Introduction: Opsealog’s efficiency solutions

Founded in 2015, Opsealog is a French company specializing in performance management for the energy and maritime industries. Opsealog is the meeting point of cutting-edge digitalization solutions and field expertise. With its concept of ‘efficiency as a service, Opsealog’s mission is to help companies improve their performance through data integration, analysis, and consulting services offered in a turn-key solution globally.  By optimizing operations, Opsealog’s performance management solutions also improve fuel efficiency, cut fuel costs, and reduce harmful CO2 emissions. In other words, it helps companies improve their environmental performance.

In January 2021, Opsealog embarked on a long-term partnership with ADNOC Logistics & Services, the maritime logistics arm of ADNOC Group that provides support to Abu Dhabi Oil and Gas’s supply chain, including operations monitoring and fleet performance optimization.

Recognizing the value of digital solutions and their ability to unlock new operational efficiencies and emissions reductions, ADNOC L&S commissioned Opsealog to apply its cutting-edge performance management solutions to its offshore fleet.

The specific aim of this partnership was to accelerate the digitalization of ADNOC L&S’ reporting processes. This would improve its ability to measure the impact of operational efficiency improvements, decrease fuel consumption and emissions, and assess progress towards idle time and fleet utilization targets.

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