Wireline Issue 52 Winter 2021
Nevertheless, there will be plenty to keep Flylogix busy. 2022 will also see the first deployment of the technology overseas, and is sure to be the beginning of further demand from international operators and governments, particularly with the advent of the Oil and Gas Methane Partnership (OGMP) 2.0 Framework. This should be seen as a success not only for Flylogix, but for the rationale of the Net Zero Technology Centre and UK technology strategy more broadly. Charlie notes: “The Net Zero Technology Centre was set up obviously very focused on the UKCS, but also for technology that is developed and built in the UK that is then deployable abroad, so that in the future we are not exporting raw oil and gas but exporting technologies and expertise from Britain as well. To have a technology like this developed and built in the UK, then exported as a service abroad is a fantastic win for us as well.” For Chris, it also provides a vision for what the company hopes to achieve with unmanned aviation: “This project is an exciting example for us because it reaches right into the heart of our business around reimagining an industry, reinventing aviation to make it sustainable for the next 30 years - and to do that around a service which is focused on emissions reduction is a special opportunity for us.” Alongside oil and gas, Flylogix will also continue to work on other sectors like logistics and environmental surveillance, but given its potential impact on emissions reduction, its methane measurement capabilities will no doubt remain a priority, and lasting proof of the power of collaboration, innovation and determination.
“To have a technology like this developed and built in the UK, then exported as a service abroad is a fantastic win for us as well.”
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