Oceaneering International has been awarded a two-year Integrity Management contract with Total E&P Danmark to help its vital Tyra Redevelopment undertaking within the Danish North sea.
Oceaneering’s scope consists of the total growth of Tyra’s integrity administration program, creating risk-based assessments (RBAs) that can allow efficient and optimized inspection and monitoring for all strain methods and piping, topsides and jacket constructions in addition to pipelines.
Managed from our Aberdeen workplace, Oceaneering will use a multi-disciplined group of corrosion, inspection, structural and pipeline engineers, with specialist expertise in delivering large-scale integrity scopes.
Bill Boyle, Senior Vice President for Oceaneering’s Asset Integrity enterprise mentioned: “We are working collaboratively with Total to make sure that the Tyra Redevelopment turns into a world-class working facility. This undertaking is defining the way in which by which integrity administration is delivered, and our full suite of providers will assist to perform Total’s purpose of enabling distant operations of the longer term platform.”
In addition to the Tyra Redevelopment, Oceaneering gives a variety of different providers to Total, from topsides inspection administration providers within the UK North Sea to ROV, tooling, and survey help globally.
Tyra, in manufacturing for over three a long time, is a novel subject. It processes 90 p.c of the Denmark’s fuel manufacturing. Redevelopment not solely secures manufacturing on the subject for the following 25 years, however the infrastructure will allow operators to pursue new fuel initiatives within the northern a part of the Danish North Sea.
At peak manufacturing it’s anticipated to provide the equal of supplying 1.5 million Danish houses with fuel. The funding on this undertaking is the most important of its sort inside the Danish North Sea. (Source: Oceaneering – Image: New Tyra services/Total)
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