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Pipe Lay Vessel

Ppe-laying vessel (PLV) or pipe-lay vessel is a marine vessel that is used for submerged laying of pipe. In most of the cases (depending on the vessel design) the same vessel can be used for other subsea tasks, such as subsea installation, cable / umbilical laying and heavy lift operations if it equipped with a heavy lift crane.

Barge
Heli-deck
CRA Welding
Flexible Pipe
Dynamic positioning (DP)

Multidisciplined Engineering

Engineering is all about solving problems and using scientific knowledge and mathematics to design, build and test structures, machines and processes widely used in the petroleum industry to produce, transport and process hydrocarbons.

FEED
Pre-FEED
Conceptual Studies

Jack Up Barge & Liftboats

Jack Up Barge / Liftboat are self-elevating vessels typically used during the development and production stages of the oil and gas lifecycle. Liftboats feature large hulls and a number of legs (typically 3 or 4) that are deployed at location raising the hull out of the water and providing a stable platform for the work to be performed

Barge
Crane
Self Propelled
Well Intervention

Tubular & Casing Running

Tubular running, Casing running, Tubular Handling and TRS are all interchangeable names for a generic process of handling tubular on the rig, lowering tubular to the well and installing casing accessories

Casing Running Tool
Automated Casing Running

Electrical Submersible Pumps (ESP)

Electrical Submersible Pumps (ESP) are one of the most reliable and efficient ways to lift fluids to the surface, both oil and water. As the name suggests, it is submerged into the reservoir fluids and pushes the fluid to the surface. The ESP pumps can be designed to handle fluids of up to 60,000 b/d and cover various well conditions and production profiles, and generally a low-cost solution for high volumes of lifting.

Directional Drilling, LWD/MWD

Directional drilling is a technique used to drill deviated and/or horizontal wells, as well as wells with multiple angles. In addition, directional drilling allows drilling multilateral wells from the same horizontal wellbore, reach multiple targets, as well as drill multiple wells from the same location, which in turn saves time and cost, compared to the standard way of accessing an oil reservoir

Whipstock
Mud Motors
Power Drive
Anticolision
Sidetracking
Turbodrilling
Well Placement
Wellbore Placement
Stabilizers ( Drilling)
Rotary steerable system (RSS)
Gyro Survey / Gyro While Drilling
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