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In November 2013, OIS, an Acteon company, successfully completed its 17th multi-operator well suspended abandonment campaign in the North Sea
Major installation works carried out from an anchor handler save operator valuable rig time
Flexible solution - Taking subsea tree installation off the critical path
Established riser monitoring techniques can offer significant benefits when applied to moorings
Taking a structured approach and focusing on risk
Six Acteon companies contribute to a successful operation
Shortage of deck space no barrier to deepwater pile installation
Claxton's new tilting tensioning system pushes the boundaries of what can be done to help drillers in the North Sea
InterMoor's suction embedded plate anchors were used to anchor ATP Oil & Gas Corporation's floating production unit
InterMoor has participated in installing the world's deepest conventional mooring system
InterMoor has anchored a mobile offshore drilling unit and installed preset anchors for a tender-assist drilling vessel for Chevron subsidiary
Claxton Engineering enjoys a fine reputation for coming up with highly effective engineering solutions, often within very tight deadlines
LDD uses experience and innovation to achieve success on first project
Three Acteon companies are working closely together to deliver the world's first ultra-high-pressure, large-bore drilling riser
An unusual platform concept was brought into play at Sonangol P&P's Morsa West field
InterAct has provided major input to the recent Oil & Gas UK Well Abandonment Study
Specially designed powered reel used to recover mooring lines cost-effectively
NCS Survey deploys AUV to inspect shallow water trenched pipelines approaching the onshore terminal
Subsea services group Acteon has enhanced its capabilities in the provision of temporary and permanent mooring systems by acquiring Bruce Anchor. The acquisition adds to Acteon’s capability in the mooring and installation market. Providing high quality anchor technology to global clients in the oil and gas and renewables sectors, Bruce Anchor will retain its independence within the Acteon portfolio.
Subsea services company Acteon has launched a new service offering to directly address the demands and changing conditions of the global oil and gas industry.
Pulse Structural Monitoring (Pulse), an Acteon company, has been awarded a contract with National Oilwell Varco (NOV) Arendal in Norway to provide an acoustic mooring line subsea monitoring system to measure mooring line inclination and tension.
Paul Alcock, Executive Vice President, Acteon, spoke to S2S about challenges and opportunities for the subsea services sector in the current economic climate
A predator remotely operated vehicle looks for gold
LDD exceeds expectations and proves why it was nominated as an operators specialist foundation installation supplier of choice, offshore Africa.
A project that started out as a feasibility study for a freestanding exploration well is now a fully installed structure with the deepest well drilled to date in Dubai and a benchmark project for 2H Offshore.
The need for higher capacity cranes that also meet strict new emission standards is leading to a rise in refurbishment and replacement projects on the west coast of the USA. As a result, construction and engineering management expertise at InterAct is in high demand.
UTEC Geomarine, the geotechnical service line of UTEC Survey, an Acteon company, has successfully completed the first phase of a geotechnical site investigation in the Caspian Sea for a major oil and gas operator.
Intermoor impresses with its Aisia Pacific resourcefulness
Permanent mooring systems for floating production units are becoming ever more substantial, and using traditional anchor-handling vessels to install them is proving increasingly challenging.
Exploration and production operators are continually having to comply with more and ever changing regulations; to keep up with changing technology; and to adjust to the unstable economic climate of today’s oil and gas industry.
Claxton’s personal approach to project delivery has seen it provide Total E&P Norge AS with savings of up to 70% for centralisers at the splash-zone level. This contract has also helped to propel the company to the position of de-facto number-one supplier of centralisers in the North Sea: more than 5000 of its units are now installed.
Aquatic Engineering and Construction Ltd, an Acteon company, has been awarded a contract to lay power cables for the main provider of electricity in British Columbia, Canada.
Conductor Installation Services (CIS), an Acteon company that provides hammer services to install conductors and drive piles, has successfully installed directional conductors to form the basis of two new production wells as part of a major project offshore Australia.
UTEC, an Acteon company, has announced a significant step forward for its growing fleet of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) thanks to the completion of a series of field trials in conjunction with Teledyne Gavia.
Seatronics Ltd, an Acteon company and part of its survey, monitoring and data business, has promoted Phil Middleton from Deputy Managing Director to Group Managing Director.
J2 Subsea, an Acteon Company, is pleased to announce the launch of their newly designed website, which officially went live on the 10th of April 2015.
Seatronics Ltd Abu Dhabi has been appointed as a distributor of SBG Systems’ products in the Middle East region, effective Jan. 2015.
CIS has successfully completed a conductor installation operation ahead of schedule for a leading North Sea oil and gas operator.
2H Offshore has appointed Phil Ward as a director in its Aberdeen office. This new role reflects Ward’s experience, knowledge and commitment to 2H.
Mirage Machines has appointed Adam Polisena as general manager. Polisena will be based at Mirage’s headquarters in Derby, UK.
Seatronics and 2G Robotics have announced a global sales and distribution partnership, leaders in the rental and sale of marine electronic equipment.
InterMoor has announced that Cohen Guidry has been appointed regional manager, West Africa. Guidry will report to Tom Fulton, InterMoor’s global president.
InterMoor has successfully completed a mooring and foundation installation campaign for bpTT's Juniper gas project offshore Trinidad and Tobago.
With a strong focus on health and safety, Aquatic Engineering & Construction Ltd, has achieved 1,000 consecutive days without a lost-time incident.
Acteon has announced the start-up of Clarus Subsea Integrity Inc., a new Group company created from 2H Offshore's subsea integrity business segment based in Houston, USA.
Claxton is extending its large surface riser inventory to meet operators' needs as more ultra heavy-duty jackup rigs enter the North Sea.
Claxton has installed more than 5000 conductor guide centralisers, making them the market leader in the North Sea
2H Offshore has teamed up with oil and gas industry leaders to develop a new design guideline for thermoplastic composite pipes (TCP).
MENCK is providing the largest and most powerful hydraulic hammer in the world to assist Bilfinger Marine & Offshore Systems .
2H Offshore are delivering a lightweight-conductor supported platform for EQ Petroleum Developments Malaysia Sdn Bhd.
Val Lerma has joined InterAct in the role of Engineering Manager bringing with her a wealth of knowledge gained from over 30 years in the oil & gas industry.
LM Handling has provided handling expertise and equipment to support InterMoor in the successful mooring installation in the South China Sea
2H Offshore has appointed Madhu Hariharan to help develop 2H Offshore’s growing client base in Europe and the Middle East
2H Offshore, an Acteon company, has invested in improved office facilities in Malaysia and Australia, to support ongoing growth in the Asia Pacific region
InterMoor has successfully installed and hooked up a permanent mooring system for the Delta House field floating production system in the Gulf of Mexico.
Conductor Installation Services Ltd announced that it has entered into a global master services agreement with Weatherford International.
Seatronics' remotely operated vehicle (ROV), the Predator, has successfully verified the identity of lost treasure liner, the S.S. Connaught.
Claxton Engineering Services Ltd has developed a new conductor cementing support system (CCSS) that has saved 12 - 18 hours of rig time per conductor.
2H Offshore, an Acteon company, will be exhibiting at ADIPEC, 10 - 13 November, in Abu Dhabi, and hosting a Technology Event on 11 November
InterMoor has successfully completed its contract supporting the decommissioning of Anadarko Petroleum Corporation's Red Hawk spar in the Gulf of Mexico.
Claxton Engineering, an Acteon company, has been awarded a 12-month contract for multiple well slot recoveries in the Arabian Gulf.
InterMoor, an Acteon company, has completed two major offshore projects for China Offshore Oil Engineering Corporation (COOEC).
LDD has successfully finished a specialist foundation installation for the Etame Marin block field expansion project, offshore Gabon, West Africa.
2H Offshore has been appointed by Weatherford Secure Drilling® services to manage the design and delivery of the riser equipment for its MPD system
Claxton has released an infographic guide to well abandonment costs in the North Sea on the eve of the Oil and Gas UK Offshore Decommissioning Conference.
LDD will be joining MENCK to showcase their joint specialist marine foundation capabilities, amongst more than 1,000 exhibitors at WindEnergy Hamburg 2014.
InterMoor UK Operations, an Acteon company, has successfully completed seven years and more than 2,300 projects without a single lost-time incident (LTI).
Seatronics, an Acteon group company has partnered with Teledyne RD Instruments Inc. to sell its marine measurement and navigation products.
Acteon has announced the acquisition of UTEC Survey, an independent survey services business with a global footprint. UTEC offers high quality and cost-effective technology solutions
Aquatic Engineering & Construction Ltd, an Acteon company, has appointed V.Ships Marine Travel as its new travel partner.
InterMoor, an Acteon company, has opened a major new storage, maintenance and inspection facility in Aberdeen, UK.
Aquatic Engineering & Construction Ltd will host the next Aberdeen International Association for Contract & Commercial Management (IACCM) meeting.
Pulse Structural Monitoring, an Acteon company has been awarded a contract with Total E&P Norge AS to provide a real time integrity monitoring system.
2H Offshore, an Acteon company, has appointed Paul Hopkins as principal engineer, to develop 2H Offshore's growing client base in Norway
2H Offshore, an Acteon company, has been appointed by Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC) to engineer hybrid risers for Total's Kaombo Block 32 project
Aquatic Asia Pacific Pte Ltd, an Acteon company and a subsidiary of Aquatic Engineering & Construction Ltd, has relocated its regional headquarters.
NCS Survey, an Acteon company, has been awarded a five year contract for positioning services with SURF company, Ceona
Pulse Structural Monitoring Inc., has opened a new facility in Katy, Texas, enabling the company to maintain exceptional levels of customer service.
J2 Subsea, an Acteon company, has opened a new facility in New Iberia, Louisiana, to make its extensive range of remotely operated vehicle tools
Seatronics has signed a worldwide contract with Digital Edge Subsea Ltd for Digital Edge Subsea's complete range of digital video inspection systems.
Claxton Engineering Services has appointed Martin Jolley as vice president sales and commercial to spearhead its global sales and commercial strategy.
2H Offshore has joined a European consortium comprising nineteen leading industry & research organisations to develop deepwater mining solutions.
Pulse Structural Monitoring (Pulse), an Acteon company, has provided a real-time wellhead fatigue monitoring system for drilling and well testing
Aquatic Engineering & Construction Ltd, an Acteon company, has appointed Martin Charles as regional general manager, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA)
Claxton Engineering Services Ltd, an Acteon company, has completed the first rigless removal of a stuck bottom hole assembly (BHA)
A predator remotely operated vehicle looks for gold
LDD exceeds expectations and proves why it was nominated as an operator's specialist foundation installation supplier of choice.
InterMoor impresses with its Asia Pacific resourcefulness
Installing the moorings for the Delta House production unit
InterAct supports operators in keeping up with changing technology, economic climate and changing regulations.
The construction and engineering management see growing call
Understanding the project saves bespoke service 70% on its centraliser costs.
A benchmark tripod platform design from 2H Offshore
Challenges and opportunities for the subsea services sector
Global capability of subsea integrity engineering services covering all in-water equipment to maximise production uptime
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Mirage Machines manufactures and supplies portable machine tools for on-site machining applications including flange facers, hot tapping and line stopping
Aquatic is a leading operator of modular carousels, drive systems and tensioner solutions that can be transported worldwide
InterAct’s expert engineering and project management services cover the life of the field
UTEC is a leading global survey company providing clients with high quality, cost-effective, leading edge technology solutions for offshore, onshore and subsea project needs
SRP designs and supplies subsea and riser hardware, specialising in fatigue loaded applications including risers and moorings, high strength steel components and welding
MENCK provides a wide range of pile driving sets, an after-sales service and highly experienced and trained offshore service technicians
Cutting and recovery operations are some of the most demanding activities to be tackled during decommissioning
As more fields reach the end of their productive lives, operators are increasingly faced with well decommissioning projects
InterAct is frequently called upon to permanently abandon or re-abandon old or problematic subsea wells
The installation of flowlines and umbilicals is a crucial and highly specialised offshore activity
From end-of-field-life determination to final lease clearance, InterAct can assist with every aspect of facility
Aquatic's project management team advises and guides customers on the best fit for their projects, often by combining
Offshore hydraulic piledriving has been MENCK's core business for over 40 years, during this time
The ability to redeploy an FPSO facility means that its capital cost can be spread over the lives of several small
Offshore drilling rigs, platforms, mobile offshore drilling units, floating production systems and drilling equipment
The CoSMOS system provides minimum facilities or wellhead platforms that are supported on the well conductors
Claxton has an enviable track record of supplying drilling templates for all soil conditions
NCS Survey provides a range of tools for pipeline inspection and survey operations
Pulse provides a comprehensive service for monitoring and structural assessments of chains
Seatronics provides equipment for many different types of integrity management projects
Pulse Structural Monitoring is the leader in marine structural monitoring and has been responsible for the provision of highly successful monitoring systems and services since 1998
Probe Oil Tools manufactures a range of pressure-control equipment to a high specification and within tight deadlines
LM Handling provides a comprehensive lifting and handling service for offshore piling and subsea construction works
Suppliers of underwater survey & ROV tooling equipment and engineering support services to the offshore oil, gas and renewables industry
LDD designs, engineers, builds and operates world-class pile-installation and drilling equipment to deliver a complete foundation service
InterMoor provides integrated mooring services, a complete suite of foundation services and reliable solutions for safe installation and recovery of subsea assets
CIS provides full project management of high quality conductor installation and is unique in being the only company 100% focused on installing conductors
Claxton provides engineering services, experienced project engineers and rental tools to support clients across the life of the field
Our unrivalled expertise encompasses the entire life of field and we deliver value through four key linked capabilities that span the subsea service sector.
Acteon brings together service leaders in their own industry. These companies share expert knowledge and experience to the benefit of all of our clients.
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Acteon's free customer newsletter, Seabed 2 Surface (S2S), covers the latest technical innovations and project case studies from across the Acteon Group.
Acteon Group have a dedicated commitment to ensuring the integrity of the recruitment process within the industry.
The Acteon PACER programme is something different, designed for results driven people who want to determine the pace of their leadership career.
As world leading riser and mooring experts, we offer a wide range of innovative offshore & subsea design, installation, decommissioning & monitoring services.
Subsea services in survey, monitoring and data; Risers and Moorings; Seabed Foundation Technologies and Project Support Services.
Project-enhancing expert advice and subsea services solutions that support operators, contractors and drillers.
We are committed to the countries in which we operate, and we always recognise our wider responsibilities to the environment in which we live and work.
Acteon Group and its branded service companies focus on the benefits of a positive approach to environmental and social governance across the life of field.
Through organic growth, targeted acquisitions and a unique business model we have created a comprehensive suite of leading branded subsea services.
The Acteon goup, formerly UWG was established in 1989 with a focus on engineered solutions between the interface of well conductors and production facilities.
Our approach is centred on innovative thinking, allowing us to deliver services that are aligned to our clients needs at a reduced cost, risk and complexity.
Acteon companies work collaboratively and flexibly to provide unrivalled support across the entire life of field. Here is a selection of our completed projects.
Expert driven subsea projects of all levels of complexity, with a wide range of branded services from exploration to decommissioning.
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Our integrated services cover the entire subsea life of field. Their expertise extends from pre installation to monitoring right through to decommissioning.
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 about how InterMoor engineers called upon flexibility and problem solving to complete a challenging mooring pile fabrication job.
Learn how SRP explored the potential for adapting technology from deepwater drilling and production riser systems and applying it to mooring systems.
This article details how In November 2013, OIS completed its 17th multi-operator well abandonment campaign in the North Sea.
Effective planning, specialist modelling and experience gained over the life of a field were vital ingredients in the success of a recent InterMoor operation.
Marginal fields can be challenging. One of the main issues is maintaining tight and effective cost control during field development and decommissioning.
Subsea piling can be complex and technically demanding; operations often require a high level of skill and experience to deliver what customers need.
Aquatic has developed a powerful modular carousel system that enables large, deepwater installation projects to use vessels of opportunity.
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.
Will Rowley, group analyst, Acteon, explains recent developments in the Norwegian offshore market and reveals how operating companies are making their mark.
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.
OIS has run more multi-site & multi-operator well abandonment campaigns than anyone else in the North Sea with more than 100 decommissioning projects.
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.
ExxonMobil Development Company and Esso Exploration Angola Ltd have developed 11 oilfields in the deep waters of Angola Block 15 since the early 2000s.
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.
Aquatic has introduced its AQCS-01-1500 carousel, a powerful new tool that can be mobilised onto most vessels of opportunity.
At Claxton, we can accommodate tight schedules by refining our processes and reducing or eliminating non-essential, time-consuming elements.
Claxton recently devised an innovative solution to the issue of drilling-schedule changes that helped a client to keep its programme on track.
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.
David Phillips, managing director, HSBC Global Equity Research, Oil & Gas and Oilfield, spoke to S2S about the challenges and opportunities for subsea.
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.
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.
An expansion programme at Tanjung Perak Port in East Java called for seabed dredging in the shipping channel to provide access for deepdraught vessels.
In August 2012, InterMoor and Offshore Installation Services (OIS) completed a multimillion-dollar project for Chinese installation contractor COOEC.
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.
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.
Ross Campbell, Chief Executive Officer, The Oil Council, describes the current investment and finance landscape in the oilfield services sector.
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.
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 about a highly challenging conductor installation project for the Papa Terra oilfield in 1200-m water depths in the southern Campos basin, Brazil.