Roy van Elteren
Roy van Elteren has a background in Mechanical Engineering and Business Administration.
He has over 15 years of experience in the Oil & Gas industry as Asset Management consultant for customers globally and has taken on various management roles, leading teams supporting customers with challenges related to aging assets, Integrity management systems and the energy transition. He currently leads the Regional Integrity Solutions Business, covering ROSEN’s activities in Europe, Africa and India. Together with his regional Integrity Solutions team he supports the development and implementation of ROSEN’s digital platform NIMA and associated business models.
Virtual Pipeline Summit 30 Jun
Harvesting the potential of Digital transformation: Integrity Analytics
Regional Business Field Manager, ROSEN Group, Netherlands
With the increasing technical complexity due to the aging or alternative use of our assets , companies are faced with a new set of challenges. Battling to contain cost in offshore projects and operations, while facing the need to compete in an increasingly flexible and competitive onshore market. Success will depend on adapting to the digital way of working: Reducing complexity and streamlining processes for greater quality and cost efficiency, using increasing volumes of data to monitor or even predict the condition of their assets, ensuring sustainable operations. Looking in more detail to “Integrity Analytics”, this involves the application of data science techniques to the everyday challenges of pipeline integrity management. By describing historical trends and creating predictive models, Integrity Analytics techniques can help us to use “big data” more effectively in the pipeline industry and can provide an alternative route to understanding complex pipeline threats, such as corrosion. A Pipeline Integrity Framework is used to put Integrity analytics in context and to connect different activities in the Integrity management cycle.