WHO WE ARE
Quest Integrity is a global leader in the development and delivery of subsea pipeline inspection, asset integrity, and reliability management services.
Our integrated solutions consist of technology-enabled, advanced inspection and engineering assessment services that help operators in the offshore environment to improve operational planning, extend the lifecycle of assets and reduce operational and safety risk.
We specialize in providing inspection, integrity and reliability assessments of deepwater risers and flowlines through the entire lifecycle, from precommissioning to life extensions.
Our solutions combine advanced and proven technology with dedicated expertise in:
- Challenging deepwater in-line inspections
- Progressive pigging campaigns
- Pipeline riser baseline inspections
- Life-of-field integrity and reliability assessments
- Data comparative analyses
- Advanced engineering evaluations
- Asset life extension assessments
A HISTORY OF BREAKTHROUGHS
Quest Integrity was built on a foundation of curiosity and drive to solve the most complex industry challenges. Using innovation as our founding principle, we are dedicated to harnessing fresh perspectives and industry expertise to develop modern solutions.
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
We never stop innovating. Our innovative network of experts hails from disciplines including maritime, physics, aerospace, mechanical engineering, software engineering, transducer engineering, electrical engineering, and more. We use big brainpower to overcome big obstacles.
DEDICATED SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS
Our software products are designed to help you make empowered decisions. Dedicated software assists in interpreting and assessing critical inspection data, giving you a clear picture of your asset’s condition.
When combining InVista™ Subsea technology with our LifeQuest™ Pipeline software, operators can convert in-line inspection data sets into synchronized 2D and 3D views allowing for better flaw characterization, more accurate corrosion growth models and advanced analytics to improve fitness-for-service (FFS) assessments.