Marine Operations

Overcome challenges from oceanic and atmospheric forces to avoid devastating effects on your vessels and assets.

Marine operations face challenges from both atmospheric and ocean forces, which can have a devastating effect on your vessels and other assets. Controlling how these forces affect your operation offshore is an important part of your risk assessment. Perhaps more importantly, you need to keep the costs and investment needed to operate safely and on time at an acceptable level.

Coastal Engineering

Working smarter

We help nearshore operations work smarter, more efficiently and more cost-effectively through reduced project interruptions and downtime, better hurricane forecasting, and advanced reporting and analysis.

Understanding local conditions

StormGeo has several forecasting offices globally. Each is dedicated to serving regions where our weather experts have long experience in understanding what drives the local meteorology. We include weather and ocean models and run high-resolution models to solve challenging local conditions in the atmosphere and ocean.

Integration of your assets

We monitor how your assets are affected by various weather conditions. We can also tell you how your vessel responds to the weather, making it possible for us to provide you with inshore response forecasting.

Nearshore logistics

Fleet Control

Optimize what type of vessels are best to operate in a certain area by looking at historical data. This information can be used both in the design or chartering of vessels. During your operational stage, we can monitor the performance of your fleet and give you a risk indicator for the total fleet exposure to weather as compared with operational limits of the fleet.

Efficient logistics operations

We improve the efficiency of your logistics operations during the planning stage by including the risk of offset or slowdown related to weather. Being able to mobilize people at the right time of arrival can reduce work hours and save cost.

Improved fuel consumption

Through short routing, we can estimate how the weather will influence fuel consumption on your supply vessels and coastal transport to optimize route and ETD/ETA, which will minimize your fuel costs and carbon footprint.

Ports and terminals

No one-size-fits-all

Each port has unique conditions, and we strive to understand these conditions to help you meet your challenges. Whether you’re dealing with wind, currents, snow squalls, lightning or tropical storms, we’ll give you the best information to help you make the best decisions.

Understanding the bigger picture

We understand that you have to keep an eye out for conditions beyond your port, so we monitor the weather and sea conditions in transit areas to be able to predict how incoming traffic is affected.

Contact us for more information and schedule a call with a StormGeo representative.
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Fuel and emissions saved with StormGeo *weather routing

2018 - today

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*This figure assumes an average 2.5% fuel reduction by weather routing (GloMEEP, [no date]; ICCT, 2011), 3:1 CO2 to fuel savings (Krantz, 2016), a fuel consumption of 30 MT per day and average speed of 12.5 kn per hour, and using annual averages of distance, days and fuel consumption per route.