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

SRP rise to the challenge

Claxton Engineering came to SRP when one of its clients needed to source a 6250-psi, 16-in. riser for a North Sea well abandonment project. Read more

Centraliser installation during drilling

Claxton recently devised an innovative solution to the issue of drilling-schedule changes that helped a client to keep its programme on track. Read more

Fast, flexible and focused

At Claxton, we can accommodate tight schedules by refining our processes and reducing or eliminating non-essential, time-consuming elements. Read more

Aquatic's powerful new modular carousel system

Aquatic has introduced its AQCS-01-1500 carousel, a powerful new tool that can be mobilised onto most vessels of opportunity. Read more

Taking giant steps at Goliat field

InterMoor’s work scope for Goliat field includes providing two complete rig mooring spreads for pre-laying to be used for support of pre-production drilling. Read more

Keeping a crucial development project on track

ExxonMobil Development Company and Esso Exploration Angola Ltd have developed 11 oilfields in the deep waters of Angola Block 15 since the early 2000s. Read more

Responding to market needs in Brazil

InterMoor has been working in the country since 2007 and sees its decision to establish an operations base at the new Port of Açu in Brazil. Read more

A model approach to well abandonment

OIS has run more multi-site & multi-operator well abandonment campaigns than anyone else in the North Sea with more than 100 decommissioning projects. Read more

Early success for the world's largest hydraulic hammer

The world’s largest underwater hydraulic hammer, the 3500-kJ MENCK MHU 3500S, has played a key role in an nstallation of subsea jackets in the North Sea. Read more