How does the weather affect steam cushion within an O&G plant, and what impacts can this have on overall production? Shawn Rampy, StormGeo Strategy Development Manager, presents solutions for downstream facilities.
We really appreciate the forecasts specific to our areas of operation and, when freezing conditions or a hurricane is imminent, we find these specific forecasts very useful to make our plans and consider the need for site closure or schedule adjustments.Steve Moskowitz
StormGeo’s Onshore Oil & Gas solutions help operators minimize downtime and optimize production and profitability.
Most shale operations are carried out in extreme environments vulnerable to weather-related risks. Operators must respond quickly to events that threaten operations, equipment and employees. These include lightning, tornadoes, extreme heat or cold, flood and high winds.
Respond quickly to hazardous operations and mitigate any potential risks to your operations.
Accurate weather forecasts that enable you to understand and prepare for demand fluctuations.
Plan staffing according to the demand.
Pipeline operators face all kinds of weather-related threats, including flood, slope degradation, landslides, earthquakes, lightning, thunderstorms, wildfires and power outages.
With mounting pressure from industry regulators, pipeline operators must also maintain high safety levels while running efficient operations with minimal downtime.
Prepare for extreme weather conditions that could lead to business interruption and loss of revenue.
Know if and when it's time to evacuate your crew.
We provide tools that help you predict maintenance costs based on comprehensive weather data.
Severe weather-related conditions such as power failures, floods, hurricanes, lightning, tornadoes, heat, humidity and blizzards can undermine or derail your petrochemical plant operations. Each facility faces unique business challenges and safety requirements based on the chemicals produced and the surrounding environment. StormGeo helps you stay on track when extreme conditions strike—helping to protect your employees and business assets.
Stop extreme weather-related conditions from undermining the safety and efficiency of your operations.
Take proactive measures to protect your crew before extreme conditions strike.
LNG operations are sensitive to the slightest changes in weather – with slight temperature variations causing large impacts on production, and fog and sea conditions leading to delays in delivery. StormGeo’s end-to-end solutions provide greater weather intelligence from site planning, construction to operations, so you can stay ahead of the weather and maximize production.
Advanced, accurate weather forecasts that allow you to prepare for extreme conditions and reduce interruptions and losses.
Planning forecasts that allow you to optimize weather windows and stay on schedule and reduce costs of delays.
Proactive alerts increase lead time when activating Response Plans providing additional protection to crews.
Forecast updates on Hurricane Hanna. See how StormGeo can help your business before, during and after major storms.Oil & Gas | Weather | Cross Industry