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

Improved riser integrity management

Learn how Pulse helped one operator to a clearer understanding of asset fatigue life by installing an advanced monitoring system on a North Sea jackup rig. Read more

Right first time

Aquatic has developed a powerful modular carousel system that enables large, deepwater installation projects to use vessels of opportunity. Read more

A powerful new subsea piling solution

Subsea piling can be complex and technically demanding; operations often require a high level of skill and experience to deliver what customers need. Read more

Making the most of marginal field developments

Marginal fields can be challenging. One of the main issues is maintaining tight and effective cost control during field development and decommissioning. Read more

Support from start to finish

Effective planning, specialist modelling and experience gained over the life of a field were vital ingredients in the success of a recent InterMoor operation. Read more

A flexible approach to well abandonment

This article details how In November 2013, OIS completed its 17th multi-operator well abandonment campaign in the North Sea. . Read more

From concept to certification

Learn how SRP explored the potential for adapting technology from deepwater drilling and production riser systems and applying it to mooring systems. Read more

A first in mooring pile fabrication

Read about how InterMoor engineers called upon flexibility and problem solving to complete a challenging mooring pile fabrication job. Read more

Rising to the challenge of rigless slot recovery

When Maersk contacted Claxton in April 2013 about a slot recovery job, it was apparent that the complex task would require an innovative solution. Read more