Mooring design, engineering & analysis
InterMoor has designed, analysed, installed, and recovered hundreds of temporary mooring systems for all types of floating vessels using a variety of anchor handler vessels (AHVs) worldwide.
Temporary mooring engineers perform dynamic mooring and installation analyses and risk assessments with proven and qualified software applications (i.e. GMoor32 by Global Maritime, MoorVision and QMoor). They plan offshore operations, write procedures, and define job specific mooring components and installation aids to ultimately go offshore and oversee the installation and recovery operations. This broad range of experience enables our engineers to efficiently design, deliver and accurately install safe and reliable temporary mooring solutions.
The majority of temporary mooring projects involve:
- Mobile offshore drilling units (MODUs)
- Tender assist drilling units (TADUs)
- Accommodations and installation barges
- Extended well test barges
- Salvage barges
- Supply boat stand-by systems
- Supply boat back-down systems.
Delivered by InterMoor
InterMoor designs, supplies and deploys technically advanced mooring systems and provides rig-move and back-of-the-boat installation services worldwide.
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