Fuel monitoring system demand prompts expansion
Growing global demand for advanced technology marine fuel monitoring systems from Royston has prompted an expansion of the company’s dedicated enginei support team.
This follows the installation of 30 new enginei fuel optimisation systems in Nigeria, primarily in offshore support vessels (OSVs) and pilot boats, in response to the growing requirement by the international oil majors for contracted vessels to have accurate on-board fuel monitoring data systems.
“With vessel performance measurement, reporting and verification issues very much at the top of the marine agenda, our advanced enginei fuel management system is attracting considerable global interest,” said Damian McCann, product manager for enginei fuel management systems.
“The expansion of our team will ensure that we can both respond effectively to current demand and also continue to develop and enhance the enginei system capability to meet the constantly evolving needs of the international marine sector.”
The specialist team now brings together marine, mechanical engineering, data analysis and software development experts. A local sales unit has also been established and the company has also expanded its system build, test, installation and commissioning capabilities, as well as the technical support available to customers.
In addition, Royston’s expanding enginei team also incorporates a specialist software development unit that is focusing on the introduction of new digital systems to monitor and manage complete vessel performance, energy use and emissions. The enginei system provides comprehensive fuel data analysis and reporting options to provide vessel owners and operators with detailed engine performance, fuel consumption and emissions information.
By Anne-Marie Causer
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