Magma Products Introduces CHOMS

Wednesday, July 06, 2011

International engineering consultancy Magma Products has developed a new technology-led system to enhance safety and efficiency during key phases of offshore oil and gas production projects. The Completion Hand Over Management System (CHOMS) is a web-based tool designed to capture all completion and certification data for all parts of any individual project. The multi-purpose system, with a project management ‘dashboard’ as its centerpiece, generates improved visibility and accessibility of relevant data during the complex commissioning and start-up phases. Data can be uploaded directly to the CHOMS system by individual contractors or via a single point in the project team.

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