Oil Rigs

  • A contract for $C6,685,054 has been awarded to Foundation-Lundrigans, a joint venture for the construction of a wharf at the oil rig facility at Cow Head on the Burin Peninsula.

    The wharf, which was designed by Newfoundland Design Associates of St. John's, will measure 125 meters long with a 44 meter by 23 meter head block and will be capable of accommodating two oil rigs as well as supply vessels at the same time.

    The project is scheduled for completion early in 1986.

    Foundation-Lundrigans is a joint venture company comprised of Foundation Company of Canada Ltd., of Toronto and the Lundrigans Group Ltd., of Corner Brook.

    When completed, the Cow Head facility will consist of three main elements including the wharf structure together with a rock-filled causeway, a site storage area and a service building.

    The estimated cost of the entire project is $Cll million which is cost shared on a 70:30 basis between the Federal and Provincial Governments under the Burin Peninsula Development Fund Agreement.

    The Cow Head oil rig servicing facility is an expansion of Marystown Shipyard Limited and will be supported by the workforce as well as the fabricating and machining facilities at the yard, ft is anticipated that the facility will provide a saving of up to 40 percent on rig servicing costs.

  • cubic feet of bulk cement. Four General Motors EMD V-16 diesel engines, two per shaft, will propel the vessel at a 16-knot cruising speed. Offshore oil rigs will be towed at half that speed. The Sun and Moon Tide will be equipped with kort nozzles for added thrust. For increased maneuverability, the

  • the shipyard's wide range of design, construction, repair, fabrication, and contracting services. Since 1967, FELS has constructed and serviced offshore oil rigs and associated drilling and specialized auxiliary steel vessels for clients on an international basis. FELS has achieved an expertise in the

  • been involved with the installation and use of Ratsey's large sail (over 6,500 square feet, the world's largest) of the Rowans Company's jackup oil rig, which showed a significant fuel savings during a tow from the U.S. Gulf Coast to Halifax, Canada. Preliminary studies show that vessels could

  • in the global Inmarsat mobile satellite network, provides a variety of voice, data, facsimile and telex services to over 11,000 ships, offshore oil rigs, and land transportable terminals throughout the world. According to Ron Mario, Comsat Mobile Communications vice president and general manager

  • Sealift Command tank linings during the past three years. It is also experienced in commercial tank linings, bulk carrier cargo hold work, offshore oil rigs, and exterior hull and superstructure coating

  • industry. Since 1985, A. R. Larsen has provided services for new and renovated galleys on commercial ships, fishing vessels, factory trawlers, oil rigs, cruise lines, passenger ferries and pleasure crafts around the Pacific Rim and beyond. For the past year, the company has been closely involved

  • plants to purify salt water and brackish water during World War II. It then developed the first of thousands of distilling plants for ships, offshore oil rigs, power plants and major land-based desalination systems. For more information and free literature on products from Aqua- Chem, Circle 36 on

  • Services. The vessels will be constructed in Japan by Niigata Shipbuilding & Repair. The vessels are being developed for towing large structures like oil rigs and floating production units over long distances. The bollard pull for each of the four vessels will be 300 tons and they will be equipped for anchor

  • Fuel Monitoring Systems for use on a wide range of diesel powered commercial vessels on every continent including ocean-going, harbor and inland tugs; oil rig platform, research and fishing vessels.   The Case: FloScan is a world leader in marine fuel monitoring systems and software applications for

  • to Indonesia. The rig will be operated by Penrod Drilling Company, one of the world's leading oil drilling companies. Prober is the first of five oil rigs — four jackup rigs and one semisubmersible rig — to be constructed for the Hunt Group by Hitachi Zosen. The second rig will be completed in November

  • open ocean after the switchover, these Channel and North Sea bound ships will be in close proximity to the European coastlines and considerable numbers of oil rigs. The increased risk is obvious in the event of an LOP situation in this scenario.   Loss of Propulsion – Unintended Consequences California’s

  • MN Jun-19#26 PROPULSION
and a slimmer submerged module. The gearbox and)
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    PROPULSION and a slimmer submerged module. The gearbox and clutch ert Karlssen, Cimco test pilot and technician. system are continuously water-cooled which means that you The gear box makes it possible for the operator to change can use the trolling function without time limit,” said Rob- from left hand

  • MN Jun-19#22  Project Manager on 
salvage and oil spill response operations)
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    operations, he has served as a senior Coast Guard Of? cer, Incident Commander, Salvage Master, Commercial Diver and Project Manager on salvage and oil spill response operations from the Equator to the Arctic. Jim holds a Bachelor of Science in Environment Management with distinction, a Master of

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  • MR Jun-19#54  the BOQA concept?
In 2013, the Oil Companies International)
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    . How does BOQA work in typical applications? BOQA is basically a decision-support tool designed What led you to develop the BOQA concept? In 2013, the Oil Companies International Marine Fo- to enhance maritime safety and enable proactive de- rum (OCOMF) submitted a paper entitled The Proac- cision-making

  • MR Jun-19#45  
a ranking of the largest crude oil charterers. Typically,)
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    (owned and charterers. On the tanker side, brokers Poten compiles chartered) stood at 57 million tons deadweight (mdwt) a ranking of the largest crude oil charterers. Typically, in early 2018. Though hefty sounding, this ? gure repre- the large cargo interests may control ? eets of vessels sents 6%

  • MR Jun-19#44  SHIPOWNERS
Danske Bank, Maersk Oil, its tanker division, )
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    Ori- divested investments in Danish supermarkets, ent Overseas Container Line (OOCL). Unlike THE WORLD’S “BIGGEST” SHIPOWNERS Danske Bank, Maersk Oil, its tanker division, other mergers, the well-known OOCL brand Source: VesselsValue and, most recently, Maersk Drilling. It has has remained; after

  • MR Jun-19#38 2019
BY ROBERT DAY, HEAD OF OFFSHORE, VESSELS VALUE
NEWBUILD)
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    2019 BY ROBERT DAY, HEAD OF OFFSHORE, VESSELS VALUE NEWBUILD moved into full swing and we saw the THE RIG MARKET DEMOLITION Unsurprisingly, across the offshore market ? ooded with distressed ton- In the rig sector, Borr Drilling has Tidewater continues to set the stan- sectors, newbuild orders have

  • MR Jun-19#28  ?  ve years will include black oil and re- the ?  rst time)
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    forcement of regulations on U.S. ? agged vessels. For Alarmingly, the ? eet of large U.S.-? ag vessels en- over the next ? ve years will include black oil and re- the ? rst time, the Coast Guard presented information gaged in international trade has declined from approxi- ? ned petroleum products, petrochemic

  • MR Jun-19#27  reported 
84,319 gallons of oil were spilled as a result)
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    half the transportation sector and double the rate for all fatal work injuries. On the environmental front, the USCG reported 84,319 gallons of oil were spilled as a result of 49 tank barge pollution incidents in 2017. The largest spill was the result of an explosion and ? re aboard a barge at

  • MR Jun-19#26  due to a radically changed oil industry and 
violation)
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    continue to face to get a passing grade, after which the cars operated in increasing future-year emission estimates. pressure due to a radically changed oil industry and violation of the Clean Air Act. Commercial marine and locomotive source catego- must take quick and decisive action in order to survive

  • MR Jun-19#24 . 
high sulfur fuel oil (HSFO) from the  The oil)
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    – and in continental ner — the IMO 2020 regulation bans tual availabilities. changes the picture. Europe (ARA) and the Mediterranean. high sulfur fuel oil (HSFO) from the The oil majors, though mum on their Scrubber uptake will mean some of They expect that sales of compliant fuels bunker pool. Although

  • MR Jun-19#18  seemingly endless sources of oil, 
gas and coal, and nuclear)
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    decades. Consider energy use, say, start- ing after World War II, from 1950 to 1975. There was power for everything, from seemingly endless sources of oil, gas and coal, and nuclear power was standing by. Next, recall energy from 1975 to 2000. Not so happy. Most shocking – actual energy shortages, and

  • MR Jun-19#17  like Blount  as compared to an oil and gas project.  port)
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    a wind farm project list. Finally, encourage Congress to sup- bill. And, prices are coming down to Forward-thinking yards like Blount as compared to an oil and gas project. port an extension of the PTC or Invest- levels competitive with natural gas. (See Boats in Warren, Rhode Island, have al- This is

  • MR Jun-19#9  are ran-
Taro® Ultra cylinder oils
domized. Analysis of existing)
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    have learned enough about the exam to pass it with- out having to comprehensively study the material, even if the questions are ran- Taro® Ultra cylinder oils domized. Analysis of existing systems set up this way shows that it is not un- common for the average trainee to write join the an online exam

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  • MT Jun-19#59  of the separate sen he oil and gas in (ROVs) working)
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    vehicles lator-relator activities. dent vehicle applications, but also au- tonomous and unmanned underwater Tight integration of the separate sen he oil and gas in (ROVs) working in the oil and gas in- “Tight integration of the separate sen- tonomous and unmanned underwater sors within SPRINT-Nav as

  • MT Jun-19#58  of the new 
of large oil and gas platforms and the)
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    factor along with the ex- the single-lift installation and removal performance typical of much larger ? - tremely precise performance of the new of large oil and gas platforms and the ber optic gyro (FOG) devices - but is far CRH02 gyro makes it a perfect compo- installation of record-weight pipelines.

  • MT Jun-19#57  can replicate specialized oil and gas 
operations including)
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    for Marine Simulation offers high-? delity, state-of-the-art technol- ogy, 360-degree visuals, and motion systems. The Centre can replicate specialized oil and gas operations including anchor handling on the Hibernia Offshore Operations Simulator. programs that range from industry certi? cations to diplomas

  • MT Jun-19#49 , that can per-
samples close to oil and gas facilities is diphenycar)
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    source. “A more re? ned The most common method for chromium detection in water environmental monitoring system” is needed, that can per- samples close to oil and gas facilities is diphenycarbazide form real-time mapping of water quality near offshore plat- (DFC) absorption. DFC involves a reaction which

  • MT Jun-19#42  players with roots in oil, like Equi-
nor, have been)
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    as hybrids. New wind players are often na- tional grid managers involved in wind precisely for the green footprint. Even established players with roots in oil, like Equi- nor, have been known to insist on greener power from their batteries for higher lifting capacity,” he says, suggesting again marine suppliers

  • MT Jun-19#31  to robotic dominance is simply 
Oil & Gas Defence
LeeWay Striker)
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    , let’s try a few USVs; they’re a bit viable solution. From what we see, the less onerous in terms of costs and risk shift to robotic dominance is simply Oil & Gas Defence LeeWay Striker heading to re? t in December 2018. +33 (0)297 898 580 http://rtsys.eu/en www.marinetechnologynews.com sales@rtsys.fr MTR

  • MT Jun-19#29  have too 
marine hunters, oil hunters, ?  sh trackers)
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    , one of the beams, acoustic sources, acoustic arrays, mine hunters, sub- classic lines is that ship owners/survey companies have too marine hunters, oil hunters, ? sh trackers, ROVs, drop cam- much capital tied up in vessels and other survey assets. This eras, UxVs; the list is endless, and we love

  • MT Jun-19#25  the fuel  sory panel from the oil and gas industry 
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    . The devel- for surface or near surface transit is be- opment is being supported by an advi- ing designed at the moment, as the fuel sory panel from the oil and gas industry cell system has its strengths for endur- including operator Equinor, seismic ing underwater tasks. company PGS and subsea contractor

  • MT Jun-19#23 Table 1: Rough values for speci?  c vehicle con?  gurations)
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    Table 1: Rough values for speci? c vehicle con? gurations MUM Con? gurations SCM Exchange Seismic Node Drilling Rig Approx. weight 230 t 330 t 150 t Length 29 m 50 m 25 m Width 7 m 7 m 2.5 m Height 2,5 m 2,5 m 7 m thyssenkrupp’s Power/Energy supply Up to 160 kW Up to 160 kW