Multi-purpose supply vessels provide a combination of remote subsea intervention services, remote operated vehicle (ROV) operations, deepwater lifting & installation, delivery of supplies, fire fighting, and oil spill recovery. In addition, there are other boats that carry out maintenance work, pollution control and diving support.
Standby Safety Vessels (SBSV) ranges in size up to 200 feet and they are specifically suited for standard safety duty as required in North Sea operations. These vessels carry sophisticated rescue and recovery marine on board and have the ability to deploy fast rescue craft for emergency responses. Highly trained crews and extensive medical facilities add to this fleet's capabilities to respond to as many as 400 survivors during an emergency situation.
Utility/Workboats perform a lot of work in support of offshore construction projects.
Survey/ research vessels are used to collect geophysical data. Well stimulation vessels, which perform fracturing and acidifying of production wells.
Security patrol between platforms in the field as well as security cover for all vessels i.e. tankers, rigs, barges, workboats, FPSO etc. working within the field.
Security personnel transfer between based and field as well as in-field transfers at the platform using personnel baskets as applicable.
Platform supply vessels (PSV) range in length from 190 feet to over 250 feet. These vessels provide the support needed for deepwater drilling and production operations. In addition, these vessels have the capability of handling the more typical construction and maintenance tasks of standard offshore supply vessels. Our vast PSV fleet allows customers to focus on special requirements such as dynamic positioning, methanol capability, high volume liquid mud and dry bulk capabilities, or to choose the vessels that can handle it all adding maximum flexibility to their chartered fleet.