James Fisher Mimic will be exhibiting at SPE Offshore Europe 2019, as part of James Fisher and Sons plc group stand.

SPE Offshore Europe 2019, widely recognised as Europe’s leading exploration and production (EP) industry conference and exhibition, is taking place in Aberdeen early next month (3-6 September).

It’s both an exciting and challenging time for the industry as it looks to meet growing energy demand and the need for sustainable operations, while tackling declining production from older reservoirs, and the challenge of finding new resources in harder to reach and harsher environments than ever before.

James Fisher Mimic (JFM) provide turnkey condition monitoring systems, including design, hardware supply, installation, commissioning, software, training, support and data analysis to keep assets operational.

Our flagship product Mimic condition monitoring software detects any operational changes in machinery and equipment, flagging poor performance well before failure occurs resulting in your maintenance decisions being driven by the condition and performance of your assets rather than on a recommended time basis. Mimic reduces the need for unnecessary maintenance, reduces maintenance costs and increases your operational capability.

The JFM team will be showcasing :

Mimic Software

  • Intelligent condition monitoring software solution combining vibration, performance parameters, oil analysis and efficiency

Mimic Professional Services

  • Guidance on condition monitoring techniques and strategies
  • Condition monitoring data analysis and reporting
  • Vibration analysis surveys
  • Vibration analysis training
  • Thermography surveys

If you are attending the exhibition do come along to stand 1F51, where JFM’s engineering and business development manager, Martin Briddon, and sales and marketing executive, Jackie Buckley will be pleased to discuss your future condition monitoring requirements.