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We invent, build, and deploy bespoke multi-agent robotic systems that create a competitive advantage for our customers and partners in both oil and gas and other energy industries.


Products & Services

IMARC Robotics’ mission is to develop new paradigms in artificial intelligence and robotics products that increase profits and lower the carbon footprint of existing and future operations.

IMARC Robotics uses artificial intelligence and robotics to help companies throughout the world achieve their green objectives in terms of reduced carbon footprint in their operations.


  • we could use AI to optimize production from current operations.
  • we could reduce the current footprint by 50-1000%.
  • we could perform current interventions for less than 50% of the current costs.
  • we could overcome the limitations of friction induced limitations by traditional conveyance methods.
  • we could carry out logging operations of extended reach wells at one half the current total costs.


New Paradigms

On Shore

  • Reimagine and provide new methods of well logging, in-well diagnostics, and well interventions all within the scope of providing current levels of service and accuracy at greatly reduced carbon footprints.
  • Tackle carbon emissions related to storage, reinjection, transfer or disposal of produced water

AI and in-well robotics will be as transformative as unconventional wells or the advent of Steerable Drilling Systems and Measurement while Drilling systems were in the past and can create that paradigm in a very short period of time.

Off Shore

  • AI/Robotic technology is directly transferrable to new or existing offshore wells as well and can be the game changer that gathers necessary data and performs other interventions using small robots that do not require large pieces of conveyance equipment.
  • Carbon footprint reductions that could be achieved by the robotic technology can be shown by a similar comparison offshore with today’s operations in logging, especially highly deviated horizontal wells, or a slickline sleeve shifting operation and other standard interventions. Typical emissions can be upwards of 35 tons whereas robotic technology emissions would be nearer to 2 tons – a cumulatively large carbon saving.


Reducing the Carbon Intensity of Upstream Operations

The simplest way to illustrate immediate carbon footprint reduction onshore is the comparison of using large pieces of equipment like Coil Tubing or Wireline Units for well interventions (i.e. logging) and using robots with artificial intelligence to perform the same service.

This alone enables a reduction in Scope 1 direct, Scope 2 indirect, and Scope 3 indirect activities. Robots are delivered to the location in a small crane truck, or pickup truck, installed in a lubricator, hoisted directly to the production tree and sent down the well on their own power at an emission level that is a very small fraction of that of the larger equipment.

Another comparative example of carbon footprint reduction, onshore or offshore,  can be made of the processes involved in a typical slickline sleeve shifting operation, normally done to eliminate water ingress into a producing well.

Current methods involve numerous processes each of which involves mostly diesel-based equipment estimated to collectively result in approximately 35 tons of carbon emissions.

Cumulative emissions using robotic technology would likely be no greater than  2 tons of carbon. That is more than a 17.5-fold decrease in carbon footprint.

 In addition to these carbon benefits, the applications of robotics would substantially reduce the time and costs of such operations and would provide a safer environment for personnel working on both offshore platforms and onshore wells.

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