Antea S.r.l. is proud to announce the expansion in South East Asia with the recent opening of an office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. South East Asia is emerging as an increasingly vital economic area in the global oil and gas industry.

Antea announces that Palladio RBI software (rev. 19) has been assessed compliant against API 581 v.2016 methodology by Bureau Veritas. This assessment confirms our efforts in providing our customers with highly efficient tools for the RBI analysis and the most complete and accurate solutions for the Asset Integrity Management.

Antea RBI Software

Antea continues to grow the platform by introducing a Risk-Based Inspection module to allow for customers to perform qualitative, semi-quantitative and quantitative risk-based analyses of potential failures of their plant.

By using new and exciting technologies, Antea plans to continue developing industry-leading software. What’s next for Antea? Stay tuned to find out.

Antea continues to expand with the evolution of Palladio Suite, a Windows-based platform that offered high-level flexibility and customization. Then as cloud-based platforms began to grow, Palladio followed suit and rebranded to ANTEA™, offering all of the modules in an integrated platform and ensuring a holistic view of the customer’s entire plant.  

The 1990s held the beginning of Antea’s long success. With Exxon on their side, Antea was quickly able to gain more traction, leading them to create more industry-leading software and continue to build towards the global brand it is today.

Young engineers Fernando Verzotto and Domenico Salvà saw the importance of emerging technology early on. After creating their first serious program, Cad-Ser, a program that would document the thickness measured on static pressure equipment, they soon caught the attention of Exxon. Shortly after, the two formed their own company and in 1989, Antea was born.