Latest: S2S Issue 15

  • Seatronics' treasure hunt in US waters strikes gold
  • InterMoor's performance pleases COOEC in Asia Pacific
  • Unlocking new subsea services opportunities
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Articles in this issue

Deepwater challenges for conductor installation

Read about a highly challenging conductor installation project for the Papa Terra oilfield in 1200-m water depths in the southern Campos basin, Brazil. Read more

Delivering a clearer picture of the seabed

In September 2012, BP asked NCS Survey to conduct a survey to support moving a jackup accommodation unit alongside the West Sole Charlie platform. Read more

Building capacity for deepwater operations

Technip Norge AS approached Aquatic seeking to hire a tracked tensioner spread with 85-te hold-back tension capacity to cope with calculated dynamic loads. Read more

Fuelling oilfield services' financing

Ross Campbell, Chief Executive Officer, The Oil Council, describes the current investment and finance landscape in the oilfield services sector. Read more

Fresh thinking for lifting and handling equipment

A new LM handling joint venture aims to provide equipment and services either directly to customers or as part of a package led by LDD and MENCK. Read more

Monitoring developments in the Gulf of Mexico

Pulse Structural Monitoring is developing a riser and tensioner monitoring system for the Big Foot extended tension leg platform (ETLP) in the Gulf of Mexico. Read more

FSOU mooring and riser system upgrade

In August 2012, InterMoor and Offshore Installation Services (OIS) completed a multimillion-dollar project for Chinese installation contractor COOEC. Read more

The challenge of lowering a live gas pipeline

An expansion programme at Tanjung Perak Port in East Java called for seabed dredging in the shipping channel to provide access for deepdraught vessels. Read more

Finding the right combination

MENCK is taking part in a pioneering project in the German North Sea that combines two hammer systems: a MENCK impact hammer and a vibratory hammer. Read more

In deep and under pressure

Speed was critical when Statoil wanted to use the West Elara jackup rig to install a high-pressure drilling riser for two subsea wells in relatively deep water. Read more