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Investing in robust weather technology will help win extra days on the project for your crew and vessel.
With the fuel savings alone from optimized routes typically falling between $5,000 and $15,000, there are some significant opportunities for companies to save on costs. Download the case story to discover how one shipping company is delivering savings through optimized weather routing.
Traffic jams on the energy grid can cause power outages, which easily cost millions per hour. But congestion isn’t the only concern: the weather can also heat up the power lines.
Whether you’re in energy, automotive, insurance or any other industry: the weather plays an increasingly important role in your company story. It’s why everyone from breweries to automotive companies have started investing in highly accurate weather forecasting to make better strategic decisions.
Using weather data to support and improve tender responses can help offshore companies improve planning, ensure pricing is competitive and mitigate against projects overrunning.
For every stage of every offshore project, the weather is an unpredictable factor. If you can forecast it successfully, you have yourself a competitive advantage - especially in the margins.
Managing fuel consumption isn’t a new trend. But with IMO 2020 coming into effect on 1 January 2020 and a growing international focus on sustainable business, it’s no surprise that reducing fuel consumption remains at the top of the agenda for the shipping industry.
Case Story: Working in the Margins: How Climatology and Metocean Data Can Transform Offshore Project
Discover how one offshore company is using climatology and MetOcean data to make informed decisions and minimize the impact of the weather on projects.
To make sense out of weather data and to use it strategically, you need a plan. In this article, we’ll show you how to make such a plan, by taking you, step-by-step, through all the stages. We tell you about the different sorts of weather data, ways to gather them, and where to look in case you need support. After all, who said you need to do it all by yourself.
Plotting a course from A to B is not so hard; getting from A to B, while managing costs, like fuel consumption, and maintaining safety is more of a challenge. Overcoming this hurdle is where optimized weather routing comes into play. It enables you to develop the optimal route for every voyage, based on your unique KPIs. It brings together the weather forecasts, sea conditions, and the ship’s characteristics and cargo (both below- and on deck) to calculate the most efficient and effective route.
Discover how you can use weather data at every stage of an offshore project. In this one-page quick guide, we’ll show you exactly how you can use weather data at every stage of an offshore project. Planning, executing, and reviewing offshore projects is complex. Knowing the likely conditions at each project phase puts you in the best position to ensure projects run on time and budget.