Bibby completes PTTEP job

OE Staff
Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Bibby Offshore Singapore (BOS) has completed a call out contract with PTT Exploration & Production Co Ltd (PTTEP).

The project involved a short notice mobilization, and saw the BOS-operated DP2 ROV Support Vessel, the Bibby Spring, perform subsea inspection services to PTTEP’s Bongkot Field assets in the Gulf of Thailand. The work was successfully completed within PTTEP’s restricted timeframe.

Image: BOS-operated DP2 ROV Support Vessel, the Bibby Spring.

Darren Morgan, Managing Director of Bibby Offshore Singapore, said: “The team work tirelessly to ensure we deliver on time and within budget. This project confirms our capability and flexibility to provide efficient solutions, and solid performance at short notice to the established regional oil and gas operators.”

The job involved mobilization of Bibby Offshore owned ROVs, the 100HP SMD Atom compact work class ROV and observation class Seaeye Lynx, as well as project specific water jetting and subsea inspection equipment.

Bibby Offshore has grown from 10 employees in 2003 to now employing more than 1300 people onshore and offshore worldwide, with offices in Aberdeen, Liverpool, Newcastle, Singapore, Houston and Trinidad. The company has a fleet of seven subsea support vessels and 15 remotely operated vehicles.

Categories: Equipment Subsea Activity Asia

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