Investor News Article
|View printer-friendly version|
|PlanSea and ION announce collaboration to optimize offshore supply vessel logistics|
ION's Marlin software provides a visualization and communications infrastructure to gather supply vessel inventory, scheduling and task data from existing systems and workflows. Consolidating this data enables Marlin to provide comprehensive situational awareness information with supply vessel key performance indicators (KPI) for analysis by management teams. By integrating PlanSea's field-proven optimization algorithms with Marlin's supply vessel performance statistics, the collaboration seeks to ensure efficient operations are maintained at all times. This solution is also designed to further reduce offshore marine support costs by creating a platform to enable supply vessel fleet sharing between companies.
To learn more, visit iongeo.com/Marlin.
ION is a leading provider of technology-driven solutions to the global oil & gas industry. ION's offerings are designed to help companies reduce risk and optimize assets throughout the E&P lifecycle. For more information, visit iongeo.com.
PlanSea is a Limited Liability company that offers operational management control, fleet optimization and vessel scheduling software for the offshore oil and gas marine support sector. For more information, visit www.plansea.co.uk.
ION (Investor relations)
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
ION (Media relations)
Vice President, Communications
Chief Executive Officer
The information herein contains certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. These forward-looking statements may include information and other statements that are not of historical fact. Actual results may vary materially from those described in these forward-looking statements. All forward-looking statements reflect numerous assumptions and involve a number of risks and uncertainties. These risks and uncertainties include risks associated with the timing and development of the Company's products and services, pricing pressure, decreased demand, and changes in oil prices; and political, execution, regulatory, and currency risks. Additional risk factors, which could affect actual results are disclosed by the Company in its fillings with the