Special Projects Highlights

Special Projects

InterMoor professionals have a long history of efficiently completing a variety of projects - from small and simple to large and complex. InterMoor's combination of experienced offshore personnel and practical engineering allows for unmatched innovation.
 

CLIENT: ANADARKO
PROJECT: Heidelberg

YEAR: 2015
LOCATION: GoM
SCOPE OF WORK: Design & Fabrication of piles. Hook-up

CLIENT: ANADARKO
PROJECT: Red Hawk

YEAR: 2014
LOCATION: GoM
SCOPE OF WORK: Mooring line disconnect, deballast, tow, reefing.

CLIENT: COOEC
PROJECT: Hai Yang Shi You III FPSO

YEAR: 2014
LOCATION: Panyu Field, South China Sea
SCOPE OF WORK: Full mooring system replacement.

CLIENT: LLOG
PROJECT: Delta House

YEAR: 2013-2014
LOCATION: GoM
SCOPE OF WORK: Designed, fabricated and installed 12 X 16’ OD X 85 ft. suction piles. Pre-set mooring installation and pre-set mooring hook-up of the FPS.

PROJECT: Innovator

YEAR: 2013-2014
LOCATION: GoM
SCOPE OF WORK: Decommissioning of 10 risers/umbilicals. Mooring line decommissioning. Wet tow of the Innovator rig from MC711 to shore.

CLIENT: ENI NORGE
PROJECT: Goliat

YEAR: 2013
LOCATION: Barents Sea, Norway
SCOPE OF WORK: Provision of general mooring equipment services, including equipment rental, service and repair, and personnel for mooring operations for two complete mooring spreads.

CLIENT: AGR PETROLEUM SERVICES
PROJECT: Marine Services

YEAR: 2011
LOCATION: North and South Basins, Falkland Islands
SCOPE OF WORK: To manage and provide marine services for AGR during a 27-month multi-well campaign in a remote location. The rig (Diamond Drilling Ocean Guardian Semi-Submersible) was mobilized from Invergordon, Scotland, for a 40-day tow to the Falkland Islands.

CLIENT: LLOG
PROJECT: Subsea Tree Installation

YEAR: 2011
LOCATION: GOM
SCOPE OF WORK: Responsible for installation of two subsea trees at the Mississippi Canyon (MC) Block 199 in a water depth of 2,460 ft. The trees each weighed 90 kips (45 tons). Shell’s patented Heave Compensated Landing System (HCLS) was utilized to facilitate subsea tree installation. The AHV used for the installation was the Joshua Chouest.

CLIENT: CHEVRON
PROJECT: Kuito C Replacement Electrical Equipment

YEAR: 2011
LOCATION: Angola
SCOPE OF WORK: Provided offshore engineering procedures, installation equipment and services as well as onshore and offshore project management and installation engineering. The field is located in water depths of 384 m to 405 m (1,260 ft – 1,330 ft). Responsible for the planning and execution of the installation of the new umbilical, UTA, EDU and EFL’s. Also provided installation hardware and coordinated shipping for delivery to the DUCO yard.

CLIENT: MARINE SUBSEA AS
PROJECT: African Worker

YEAR: 2011
LOCATION: Norway
SCOPE OF WORK: Completed the recovery and replacement of a damaged polyester mooring line on the African Worker accommodations barge in Angola Block 17. The complex replacement operation was completed without interruption to daily activities onboard the platform, which was a critical design component as the African Worker supports production operations for the entire field block.

CLIENT: SHELL
PROJECT: Noble Discoverer

YEAR: 2011
LOCATION: New Zealand, Ruru Field
SCOPE OF WORK: Provided the design, engineering, procurement and installation services for 8 preset mooring legs. Water depth was 105 meters (344 ft). Provided personnel for the installation.

CLIENT: MODEC
PROJECT: MV22

YEAR: 2010
LOCATION:Brazil, Tupi Field
SCOPE OF WORK: Provided provision of project management, engineering support, offshore support personnel and equipment. Provided MV22 FPSO hook up mooring procedures development, riser pull in procedures, passage plan and FPSO station keeping procedures. Provision of client representative onboard the Petrobras AHTS during mooring pre-installation and polyester abandonment. The project was completed in five months.
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