Meet Tore Løkka and Andreas Tørre Haugen, engineering students at the University of South-Eastern Norway and interns at Optime Subsea AS. 

Over the next three years, the pair will complete master’s degrees in Systems Engineering, with Andreas specializing in software, and Tore in mechanics. 

Only in their 20’s, they are wasting no time putting theory to practice, and are already eight months into their work-internship programs. 

The University of South-Eastern Norway (USN) is the fourth largest higher learning institution in Norway. And Optime Subsea AS (Optime), headquartered in Notodden Norway, with international offices in Houston Texas USA, is a rising star in the subsea oil and gas industry. 

It’s a great opportunity to work at a company that is innovating their industry from Notodden Norway.

Andreas and Tore

Theory to Practice 

We asked the two students what they liked most about their work-study program, and got the following observations. 

– Combining theory from USN with practice at Optime, gets us the best platform possible to become great engineers. Andreas 

The best way of learning is using our knowledge on real world problems in the workplace.

Andreas 

– At school we learn the basics, but at work, we can use this knowledge in real work situations. Working as an engineer on a project team gives us valuable training that reinforces our learning, plus we get to see the results of our efforts at once. Andreas 

Andreas

– It is especially useful to be part of the workshop team, working side by side with our technicians. As interns, we gain an incredible amount of knowledge by being in the field solving problems. Tore 

– In production, technical teams are easily accessible to us as engineers. We can get immediate feedback for product- and system designs and innovation, directly from workshop technicians, even before products are produced. Andreas 

– As students working in a high-tech company, we have the chance to collaborate across disciplines which makes it easier to see the big picture, and all of its underlying connections. This way of working and learning helps us understand our studies better and get higher marks on exams. A little extra money does not hurt either. Tore 

Engineer student

Foundations of Learning 

We then asked the rising engineers what have you learned most from your studies so far? 

– The Systems Engineering methodology and way of thinking has been most enlightening for product design. Andreas 

– In our studies, we get a general understanding of mechanics and systems, and learn to look at things through a critical eye. This sets a good context for our work activities. Tore 

Tore

Getting it Right the First Time 

Structure and systematic practices are vital for success in the subsea oil and gas industry. Both students agree. 

– Doing the job right the first time is essential. Optime delivers systems that facilitate subsea well-access operations. This means it is crucial that the systems perform correctly every time, without failure, to prevent costly downtime to operators. Andreas 

– Spending time on the right tasks at the right time is important. While there is much to learn, it is important to prioritize and choose your work selectively. As engineers, we are accountable for the results of our work. Using the Systems Engineering approach helps to structure our efforts to get the results that we have planned. Tore 

Andreas

The Culture of Simplifying Subsea 

Andreas and Tore reflect on their experience at Optime. 

– What we have achieved so far is hugely impressive. Many who work here are industry experts that have disrupted the industry with Optime’s leading-edge technology. Tore 

The slogan “We simplify subsea” is rooted deeply in every employee’s DNA.

Tore 

– Working with such a close-knit team of skilled people is both motivating and inspiring. It makes you want to step up your game. In times of uncertainty, it is easy to ask for help. Not only is there a wide range of expertise, but colleagues are eager to share their knowledge. Tore 

– There is a strong sense of unity amongst “Optimers.” The company is preserving its good culture, even throughout its fast growth. The atmosphere is trusting, playful, and positive. The benefits of a cup of coffee and a casual chat are well recognized, and often how new ideas are seeded. To us the Optime culture makes for a “one of a kind” workplace, that is not easily duplicated elsewhere. Andreas and Tore 

Drawn to Making a Difference

Andreas and Tore were drawn to making a difference in the oil and gas industry. 

– When USN sent out my CV to several companies, for options to work with for my industry master’s program, I found that Optime was the most synergistic to my software background and focus. Andreas 

– Optime is a high-tech company that draws parallels to NASA, and technology development programs in the space industry. Its systems must operate in extreme environments and withstand the harshest conditions deep beneath the sea, at extreme pressures. Examples are the ROCS and SCILS products. Andreas and Tore 

– New ideas are always welcome at Optime. It is easy to pitch them, and even if they are out of the ordinary, they are always well received and given due consideration. Andreas 

– The company is not afraid to go big. Being a part of a growing company with ambitious intentions and resolute skilled people, is very rewarding. Tore 

Engineer students

Work-Study Balance

As students, structure in your everyday life is essential. 

– How tasks are prioritized for work differs from how studies are prioritized for school. At work, others are relying on you to get their work done. Whereas at school you are accountable only for getting your own work done. Finding the right balance is crucial to ensure the best results for work without compromising our ability to get our industrial master’s degree diplomas. Andreas and Tore 

Start by Studying ― A Path Worth Taking 

Upon completion of their master’s degrees, Andreas and Tore will be considered eligible for developing large complex systems and products, that may require multi-disciplinary work across domains. 

At the end of three years, Optime will have invested significant resources and training into the interns. Andreas and Tore will undoubtedly be the better for it, with the benefit of entering the workforce already equipped with impressive, real-world work experience in engineering on their CV’s. 

Any company would benefit from hiring them at this point and should pursue similar “start by studying” programs with universities such as that offered by USN through its industrial master’s degree program.

Jan-Fredrik Carlsen, CEO Optime Subsea AS 
Engineer students

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Optime Subsea AS is a global industry expert on subsea services, subsea well access and subsea control systems.

We maintain a vertically integrated portfolio with expertise offering subsea services offshore, subsea development, design, engineering and analysis as well as subsea products / systems and modular hyperbaric testing vessels.

We Simplify Subsea

Our mission is to simplify subsea by developing products that enables the industry to reduce operational time, cost, and CO2 footprint.

As our company is expanding both in Norway and internationally, we are searching for more people to join our team.

See our vacant positions below


Project Engineer Hydraulic

We are searching for a practical oriented engineer resource that either has experience with hydraulic engineering work, qualification work or interest in such.

The successful candidate will have a proven ability to perform reviews, inspections, call for stop-actions, investigate deviations and initiate and close recertification work on Optime Subsea and sub supplier products.

Application deadline: January 15th, 2022.



Quality Engineer 

We are searching for a practical oriented engineer resource that either has experience with quality control work, qualification work or interest in such.

The successful candidate will have a proven ability to perform reviews, inspections, call for stop-actions, investigate deviations and initiate and close recertification work on Optime Subsea and sub supplier products.

Application deadline: January 15th, 2022.



Quality Controller

As a quality controller you play a crucial role in our organization. You will be responsible for performing quality checks on manufactured products.

You will identify the defects in a product and reject the component or product if required.

As a quality controller you will record the detailed information of products with defects and send it to the supervisor or plant manager for taking necessary actions to improve the production process.

Application deadline: January 15th, 2022.



Project Manager

Highly organized with excellent interpersonal and communication skills, you will see opportunity where others see obstacles and be energized by working in an ambiguous environment where things aren’t always clear.

You will need experience in planning tools and customer-oriented focus.

Application deadline: January 15th, 2022.



Technical Sales Engineer

We are now searching for a motivated sales engineer to act as the sales team’s technical support, and to represent the technical aspects of the product development, advising customers on how best to use the products provided. 

Our sales engineer must have a strong technical understanding of the complexities of what Optime delivers with excellent sales skills.

The sales engineer must collaborate with design, production, engineering, and research to determine how products and services could be designed to meet the needs of the customer.

Application deadline: January 15th, 2022.



Analyst Engineer / Specialist

We are searching for a resource that has experience within the subsea Oil & Gas industry, working in projects, with one or more specific engineering expertise, but willing to develop this expertise through on the job training and interaction, while maintaining a high level of energy and taking pride in delivering high quality results with a desire to grow its technical expertise further.

Application deadline: January 15th, 2022.



Get to know Optime


Meet some of your colleagues and business alliances

Optime Subsea AS is a global industry expert on subsea services, subsea well access and subsea control systems.

We maintain a vertically integrated portfolio with expertise offering subsea services offshore, subsea development, design, engineering and analysis as well as subsea products / systems and modular hyperbaric testing vessels.

We Simplify Subsea

Our mission is to simplify subsea by developing products that enables the industry to reduce operational time, cost, and CO2 footprint.

As our company is expanding both in Norway and internationally, we are searching for more people to join our team.

Read more and apply below

Group Accountant

As group accountant you will have a very important role within the organization’s finance department.

The key purpose is to provide, accurate, timely and relevant reporting and management information to ensure management meet statutory requirements and achieve strategic business goals.

You will be an important sparring partner for the CFO – and you will have a key role in professionalising and further developing effective processes and routines.

Place of work is at Notodden with possibility for some home office.

Application deadline: January 15th, 2022.



Aftermarket Support Manager

With the launch of Optimes groundbreaking technologies such as SCILS and ROCS, our Aftermarket department is experiencing a rapidly increasing activity level.

As Support Manager you will lead a team of skilled engineers dedicated to support a wide range of engineering activities, spanning from technical support to planning- and execution of offshore campaigns.

Application deadline: January 15th, 2022.



Document Controller

As a document controller you will be responsible for maintaining the accurate records of company documentation.

You will be sorting electronic or hard copies of project documentation and producing reports based on this.

Application deadline: January 15th, 2022.



Purchaser

Optime is searching for a resource that has experience with purchasing, to perform administrative tasks for both the tender and project team.

The successful candidate will have a proven ability to analyse purchasing reporting, accurately evaluate, process and record large volumes of data, build strong relationships with suppliers, and be an integral connection between Sales and Projects.

Application deadline: January 15th, 2022.



Project Manager

Highly organized with excellent interpersonal and communication skills, you will see opportunity where others see obstacles and be energized by working in an ambiguous environment where things aren’t always clear.

You will need experience in planning tools and customer-oriented focus.

Application deadline: January 15th, 2022.



Warehouse Worker

We are looking for a person who can take care of the company’s flow of goods, from goods receipt and receipt control to finding a structured way of storing goods so that the different projects easily can find wanted parts during assembly and test of our products.

Application deadline: January 15th, 2022.



Get to know Optime


Meet some of your colleagues and business alliances

Optime Subsea AS is a global industry expert on subsea services, subsea well access and subsea control systems.

We maintain a vertically integrated portfolio with expertise offering subsea services offshore, subsea development, design, engineering and analysis as well as subsea products / systems and modular hyperbaric testing vessels.

We Simplify Subsea

Our mission is to simplify subsea by developing products that enables the industry to reduce operational time, cost, and CO2 footprint.

As our company is expanding both in Norway and internationally, we are searching for more people to join our team.

We are expanding

We are now expanding our business in the Gulf of Mexico and will establish a local service base in the U.S.

We are seeking a General Manager to establish and develop our company in the U.S.

The General manager will be responsible for establishing the various business functions needed, and for ensuring an efficient business model.

The role will be a part of the global management team, reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) based in Norway.

Application deadline: January 15th, 2022



Get to know Optime


Meet some of your colleagues and business alliances

All Chief Financial Officers do not just look at numbers. Optime’s CFO, Linn Bjørhuus Sevre, is just as concerned with the people and their well-being.  

The employees play an important role in a technology company like Optime, the people who work here are industry experts that work to change the oil and gas industry with Optime’s leading-edge technology.  

A good working environment fosters good job performance which eventually are seen in the company’s financial performance.   

Linn has been employed as the CFO of Optime for just under a year. Her husband sees a positive change in his wife Linn, as this position allows her to use knowledge from all her previous jobs and her personal qualities get to emerge.  He tells Linn:    

Since you started in Optime, you have started to reflect more objectively on matters, which in turn seems to have been given you a more balanced mindset on life in general.

Linn’s husband

– At Optime, I use many aspects of my education, work experience, and personal qualities. Compared to previous jobs; I now work closer to the operations and to the people who are responsible for the value creation in the company. This is valuable for me as a person, and for my professional development. 

– In my first 11 months in Optime I have gained many new experiences. I have an MSc in Economics and Business and MSc in Accounting, and all my professional experience before Optime has been within finance and auditing. 

– In Optime, I have had the pleasure to be responsible for our HR function as well. Preparing a new HR strategy, together with our HR manager, has given me valuable insights into what is important for running a good business. Exploring the HR subject has been a personal development for me – simply a bonus of this position.

The culture at Optime

What do you think impresses Linn the most about Optime? When we ask her, she answers determined – the collective mindset. 

It is great to see how everyone at Optime goes the extra mile to achieve common goals and wish success upon each other.

Linn

– There is no opposition to new initiatives and changes in Optime. Everyone understands that changes are necessary to achieve growth and the goals we have set for ourselves. Everyone wants the best for the company. You never get a no if you ask for help, or ask for someone to participate. It feels great to be a part of a working environment where everyone wants to contribute.

– I am very impressed by the technology Optime has developed. How the engineers at Optime transforms ideas and drawings into physical objects, almost appears like magic to me. The expertise that lies within this company; how people continuously work to innovate and improve the oil industry is impressive.

Optime’s magic formula  

Throughout the conversation with Linn, she talks a lot about HR strategy and the people at Optime. -Why are you so concerned about this when you are employed as the CFO?   

– To be an industry leader in our field, everyone in the company must think of improvements and new solutions. The people and the positivity that greets you every day at Optime is amazing.

Nothing is impossible – is Optimes mantra.

Linn

As the company grows, it is important to preserve the collective mindset and collaboration across disciplines – this has been Optime’s magic formula.                    

How to grow without losing our advantage – having a short distance from idea to production?

Openness, trust, and diversity are key factors that are important to maintaining a good Optime culture.  Innovation often takes place when people with different perspectives and backgrounds work together. This is where the magic happens – you intensify curiosity and see new opportunities.  

We walk the extra mile together  

Everyone at Optime is eager to revolutionize the industry. The more familiar you become with Optime, the more you understand and love the company’s slogan: “We Simplify Subsea”.  

Structure and processes become important as the company grows. However, diversified teams consisting of people with different backgrounds and qualities will still be the key strength for Optime. At the same time, it is important to utilize everyone’s potential. Where does the individual thrive and perform best?   

We must maintain the collective mindset and the desire to succeed – no matter how big our company becomes.

Linn

What is good leadership to you?   

You said you never had personnel responsibilities, until now. What do you think makes a great leader?

– Being a good role model through integrity and standing up for what you believe in, Linn answers.

– As a leader, you shall aim to get the best out of all employees. Get to know them, make sure that you see their strengths and potentials, and understand what motivates them. 

The employees are Optimes most valuable asset – we must take good care of everyone and never take anyone for granted.

Linn

Reason, emotions and inner peace  

Linn, we have now talked a lot about the culture within Optime, HR, leadership, and the values of the company. We’re curious – who are you?   

Linn likes planning, structure, and routines, which are stereotypical characteristics of people with her background. She is of course concerned with having good control over financial development – that is her job.  

Even though Linn is a very outgoing and social person, that is probably not always the first impression everyone gets of her. She knows that other people may see her as busy and a little stressed, as she is very focused on delivering on her responsibilities.

Her goal for 2022 is to get to know more of the people at Optime, and to get more out of her office. She is eager to learn more about the subsea industry and Optimes technology. Linn enjoys teamwork and open discussions.  

I believe that discussion and teamwork create basis for better decisions.

Linn

Linn has a strong need to be ahead of schedule because she hates the feeling of falling behind on her responsibilities, both at work and at home. Luckily, she knows how to lower her shoulders in between deadlines. So how does she find balance and peace in a busy life?

Running, cross-country skiing, family, friends, cabin trips and trips abroad are things that help Linn unwind.  

Linn likes to spend her time wisely and prefers to go for a run, rather than spending time on the couch. She might easily get restless and impatient when she feels she is wasting her time. 

– My children are getting older and there are more “me-time” again – I need to remind myself that I am a human being and not a human doing – and also allow myself to relax without planning my next task, Linn concludes.

What is her softest side? Family means much to her, she is easily touched and finds it difficult to hold back tears whenever her children make her proud.  

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We are currently searching for an experienced Chief Operating Officer (COO). If you want to work with an extraordinary team challenged to simplify subsea – we want to hear from you!



Who are you?

Are you highly organized with excellent interpersonal and communication skills? A person who sees opportunity where others see obstacles? Gets energized by working in an ambiguous and changing environment?

Well, then you may be the one we are looking for!

As COO at Optime, you will be a central part of the company’s operations and development and have a wide range of responsibilities. We expect you to be an experienced and inspiring leader with excellent people skills and good business understanding and exemplary work ethics.

Our COO is the company’s second-in-command and is responsible for the efficiency of the business. The role reports to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and is a key member of the senior management team.



Who are we?

Optime Subsea AS is a global industry expert on subsea well access and subsea control systems. We maintain a vertically integrated portfolio with expertise, offering subsea development, design, engineering, and analysis, a wide range of subsea products/systems and modular hyperbaric testing vessels, as well as unlimited workshop testing and maintenance services.

Optime Subsea prides itself on having a working environment where all employees are equally valued members of a team. Our culture encourages support at all levels, allowing each team member to flourish and grow as individuals. Safety for our employees and for the environment has the highest priority in our company.

Application deadline: November 15th, 2021.


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While studying for an industry Master’s degree in systems engineering, it was an ongoing student project that introduced Pezhman to Optime, with the project being the building of ROCS. Now, some time later, he has become an employee at Optime Subsea, and continues to work with the system ROCS.

Optime hired him straight from his studies, with him only being halfway through. At that time he lived in Kongsberg. Now, he is renting a house at Notodden while searching for a home of his own. The once student that lived in Iran, is now becoming a resident of Notodden!

What brought the Iranian Pezhman to Norway

The Master’s studies at Kongsberg lured him to Norway in 2018. The moment he received his spot at the school, Pezhman accepted, packed his suitcase and headed for Norway. Originally, the electro engineer, Pezhman, is from a town in Iran with a population of over 2 million people. It was in his home country of Iran he finished his Bachelor’s degree, while also working with IT and automation for 10 years. This experience would prove itself useful when moving to a different country.

The link between school and Optime

The school project at Kongsberg, was building a new system for Optime – with the system being ROCS. This was a cooperation between Optime and the University of South-East Norway, also called USN. Trond Løkka at Optime was mentor for Pezhman and his study group. The task: The students would make small prototypes.

– Last year we started building the actual, real ROCS. The design was ready in April, and the production itself was finished by December 2020. In January 2021 we started testing, making sure it was ready for its premiere in February 2021! This month was the first time we tested ROCS in the field – this time in the North Sea with our customer Aker BP. The operation was successful from A to Z!

– Here, I got to see how the system truly worked with my own two eyes. Even though everything went smoothly and as planned the first time, we still improved for the next operation with ROCS. After the adjustments, the operation went even faster the second time around.

It is quite marvelous, that a student can follow the entire process – from an idea, through prototyping and to the finished system!

Optime cultivates the joy of creation

We ask Pezhman what he likes the most about working at Optime.

– The work culture – for sure! Here at Optime you can pitch the most bizarre idea, and it is still welcomed. No questions or ideas are “dumb”. The business structure is flat, and the CEO is like a good colleague. Everyone at Optime is curious about each other and gladly shares their experience and knowledge. We learn so much across our different educations and work tasks. We are not just colleagues – we are friends that care about each other.

What do you think is Optimes advantage?

– Big companies are less flexible than Optime. Processes often take much longer in big companies, and you rarely go directly to the CEOs with ideas and solutions, whereas in Optime there is a short distance from idea to implementation.

What do you think about your work tasks?

– My work is thrilling, and far from boring. You do have to be engaged, though. I was so lucky to be part of the first ROCS operation out at the North Sea. I have followed ROCS from the drawing board to the operation itself. That is really cool!

To see how the drawings and animations work in practice is pure magic. Watching every piece of work fall into place; that feeling can hardly be described. Oh, how I love my job!

Pezhman

Did you know that Iran has a lot of snow?

It is not just us Norwegians that are born with skis on our feet. Actually, Pezhman grew up with a passion for snowboard – a hobby he had for 8 years before moving from his home country.

– Yes, Iran also has snow, but you must climb up to a 2000 meters altitude. By moving to both Kongsberg and Notodden, it was amazing having easy access to both snow and slopes.

Even though the access to snow weighs up for some homesickness, Pezhman misses his family. Because of Covid-19, it is 15 months since he last saw his family.

It all started in a roundtrip in Europe

How come that one from west of Asia finds a study in the small country of Norway?

– After a longer time of just where it all was focused on work, I truly needed new impulses.

– I have quite a few friends in both France and Germany. Beginning in 2016, I started traveling for 2 years around Europe. Amongst the places I visited were Spain, Italy, and Germany. I wished to see the countries, their cultures, and how they lived there. For 75 days I traveled completely without a plan which resulted in lots of coincidences and exciting meetings that brought me to new places. I loved being a tourist without commitments. To discover new places and new people was thrilling. Now I look back at it as a journey I truly am glad that I prioritized.

Too many people dream but don’t carry that dream out. Opportunities like that rarely come around. Make sure to seize it while you can!

Pezhman

Why did you stay in Norway?

– Norway is a tranquil place to live, and Norwegians are very kind. I felt really welcomed and taken care of; you Norwegians show a form of sibling-love. Since I came here in 2018, I have gained good friends and colleagues.

– On that note, I want to highlight the flat structure within Optime – it is quite unique. You get an extra spark and energy when you meet and talk to “the people on the floor” the same way you talk to the CEO. The respect is mutual. It is truly amazing to be a part of that.

The contrast is big; moving from a town in Iran with 2 million people, all the way to Notodden with a little over 13.000 residents. Now Pezhman lives in the street with the pleasant name of Kjærlighetsstien, directly translated to the Love Lane.  

We cross our fingers that Pezhman soon can meet his family, in real life.

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Rubem Prandi has spent over 500 hours of his spare time building a robot. His plan was to start his own company producing robots.

Rather than start his own business, the mechanical engineer had several entrepreneurial conversations with Jan Fredrik Carlsen, CEO of Optime, before choosing to join Optime.

The conversations were about starting one’s own company, risks, dreams, the art of engineering and passion for electronics.

“Our mentality for development and corporate culture was similar. At some point in 2019, Optime needed more people, and the choice became easy for me,”

Rubem explains.

Educated and raised in Brazil

Optime’s own Gyro Gearloose was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. His education as a mechanical engineer is from his country of birth. Today he has dual citizenship; Italian and Brazilian, and he is also now considering becoming a Norwegian citizen.

When you talk to Rubem, it is difficult to understand that he has lived in Norway for only 8 years.

The Brazilian speaks such good Norwegian! His ear for language must be in a league of its own, right? When we comment on this, we learn that Rubem speaks Italian, Portuguese, French, English and Norwegian.

Moved to the welfare state Norway

The reason Rubem moved to Norway was that he received a job offer.

“I worked for Technip FMC in Rio de Janeiro, and when Technip FMC offered me a job in Kongsberg, we moved to Norway. This was in 2013,” Rubem says.

At the time, the political situation in Brazil was difficult. Rubem and his wife also had a desire to start a family. Today, the couple have two children: a seven-year-old and a two-year-old.

Rubem, his wife and their two children are the only ones in their family living in Norway.

Rubem’s parents still live in Brazil. His father’s family is from Italy and his sister lives in Dublin. Rubem’s wife also has all her family in Brazil. They have chosen to live in Norway in order to give the children a safe upbringing.

“The biggest advantage of living here in Norway is that you can spend a lot of time with the children. Even if you work a lot, you have much more free time in Norway than in Brazil,” says the father-of-two.

Why do robots fascinate you?

“The combination of mechanics, engineering and electronics is incredibly exciting!

I love mathematics, and making robots is a great way to learn. Building a robot requires advanced programming and is very mechanical”, says the robot enthusiast who loves electronics.

The mechanical engineer has spent 500 hours building his own robot – just for fun.

“Yes, you could call it a passion. Because I am a mechanical engineer, there were many parallels between my job at Technip FMC and robot building in my free time.

“My hobby makes me a better engineer at work. I excercise theory and practice”

Rubem Prandi

“There are so many possibilities,” he continues enthusiastically. Coding of robots varies from industry to industry, and from person to person. Here, the answers are certainly not a given.

The user is right – not the technician

“I’ve been testing out smart home technology; more specifically, switching on and off light and heat automatically. My wife was the guinea pig, and she has little interest in technology.

I quickly realized that the technology had to be adapted to the user – not to me as a techno freak,” he explains.

“The question is, how can technology simplify everyday life for the user? What will the technology solve?”

Rubem Prandi

Giving back to the university in Brazil

In Brazil, the economic conditions are different from here in Norway. It is therefore difficult for schools to keep up with technology development. Rubem contacted a teacher at the university (UFRJ – Federal University of Rio de Janeiro) and offered them a robot with all codes.

“This was a robot I had made affordable and simple. I want all students to learn about technology and development.

For me, this came at a low cost, but it is of high value for a school in Brazil,” says a moved Rubem, who has a warm heart for his home country.

Optime Subsea aims to “simplify subsea”. Read how here.

-Are You Our New Colleague?

Requests have increased significantly after two succsessful operations with Aker BP and the new alliance with Halliburton.

The response has been overwhelming. Several firms wish to buy Optime Subseas innovative products.

This increase in commissions came simultaneously with the deadline for applications -and the last covid-19-lockdown.

Thus the application deadline is postponed until April 30th.

Join us

-We Simplify Subsea

Find vacant positions here

https://optimesubsea.com/careers/

Companies will jointly commercialize and deploy subsea interventions and controls to improve safety and efficiency.

HOUSTON– March 7th, 2021– Halliburton Company (NYSE: HAL) and Optime Subsea today announced they formed a global strategic alliance to apply Optime’s innovative Remotely Operated Controls System (ROCS) to Halliburton’s completion landing string services.

The companies will also collaborate and offer

  • intervention and workover control system (IWOCS)
  • services leveraging Optime’s Subsea Controls and Intervention Light System (SCILS) technology, a new system that compliments Halliburton’s subsea intervention expertise.
Jan-Fredrik Carlsen with SCILS

Increased Operational Efficiencies

The alliance will provide umbilical-less operations and subsea controls for deepwater completions and interventions delivering increased operational efficiencies while minimizing safety risk through a smaller offshore footprint and lower cost.

Both companies will work to advance subsea technologies and Halliburton will offer Optime’s technologies as a service across its global portfolio.

“We are excited to work with Optime and leverage their technologies within our existing subsea and intervention solutions,”

Daniel Casale, Vice President of Testing and Subsea

“This alliance will provide operators with previously unavailable capabilities that can be mobilized quickly and reliably to reduce operational time, cost, and safety risk.”

Strong Mutual Alliances

“We believe that strong mutual alliances across the vertical supply chain drives continuous improvements needed in our industry.”

Jan-Fredrik Carlsen, CEO of Optime Subsea

“By solidifying this relationship with Halliburton and combining their well-established, reputable service and technology capabilities with Optime’s innovative controls and intervention technology,  more customers will have access to these cost-efficient subsea solutions.”

ROCS

Discover the System ROCS: Do you want to ROCS Subsea?


About Halliburton

Founded in 1919, Halliburton is one of the world’s largest providers of products and services to the energy industry.

With approximately 50,000 employees, representing 140 nationalities in more than 80 countries, the company helps its customers maximize value throughout the lifecycle of the reservoir – from locating hydrocarbons and managing geological data, to drilling and formation evaluation, well construction and completion, and optimizing production throughout the life of the asset.

Visit the company’s website at www.halliburton.com. Connect with Halliburton on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube.

About Optime Subsea

Founded in 2015, Optime is an innovative and globally leading technological provider of subsea controls and intervention systems.

With its headquarter in Notodden, Norway, and international office in Houston, TX, USA, it is a fully integrated system and services provider with all of the capabilities to optimize subsea well interventions and completions operations.

Within this segment, their capabilities are delivering quick to market solutions, further reducing cost, size and improving operational efficiency – simplifying subsea.


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For additional information, please reach out to the following:

For Halliburton  
Investors: Abu Zeya Halliburton, Investor Relations Investors@Halliburton.com 281-871-2633  
Media: William Fitzgerald Halliburton, External Affairs PR@Halliburton.com 713-876-0105  
For Optime Subsea
Investor relations Jan-Fredrik Carlsen Optime, Notodden, Norway jfc@optimesubsea.com +47 414 60 996  
Media relations Thor Lovland Optime, Houston, TX tal@optimesubsea.com +1 832 904 6842