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Royal Dutch Shell has developed a robot to monitor equipment and carry out safety checks at a remote facility in Kazakhstan — marking one of the most sophisticated examples of robots replacing humans on the front lines of the oil industry.
The Anglo-Dutch group says its “Sensabot” is the first robot approved for use by oil and gas companies in explosive environments, removing the risks and costs involved in sending oil workers into hazardous locations.
Shell is planning to deploy the semi-autonomous rover on an unmanned island within the $50bn Kashagan development in the Caspian Sea — an oilfield known for high levels of a deadly gas called hydrogen sulphide.
The Sensabot is fitted with a range of sensors, cameras and wireless communications that will allow infrastructure to be monitored remotely by a worker operating the robot from a safe location.


На казахстанском побережье Каспия нашли свыше 250 мертвых тюленей

На Кашагане добыто более 2 млн тонн нефти и более 1 млрд куб. м газа

Завершен вывод комплекса верхнего строения ледостойкой стационарной платформы для месторождения им. В. Филановского

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