01 March

Vessel & daughter craft based nitrox diving services

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Scope of work

Charter of DSV ‘Siem N-Sea’ for the provision of vessel & daughter craft based nitrox diving services on the “Janice Alpha” FPU and to conduct the class Inspection Dive Scope 2015.


N-Sea continues to consolidate its excellent relationship - based upon trust and transparency - with Maersk Oil UK Ltd (MOUK) by providing a full integrated and managed service for its 2015 IRM and ROV based Subsea Inspection Programme at four field locations.


By combining the four locations within one scope, N-Sea further reflected its ability to perform at optimum levels of efficiency and productivity. Utilising the vessel Siem N-Sea, N-Sea adhered to its motto of “safe, sound and swift”, setting objectives and standards to ensure this campaign is undertaken in N-Sea’s trademark safe and efficient manner.


The Siem N-Sea is a dive, multi-support and construction vessel, one amongst N-Sea’s fleet of six dive support and specialist intervention vessels, all designed to deliver a range of subsea services for offshore assets, platforms, FPSOs and renewables operations.


It returned to port in early April after concluding the first stage of the inspection workscope, and to prepare for mobilisation for IRM campaign. During this time, the vessel was the focus of a visit from Maersk senior management, Mark Fotheringham, Facilities/Project Director. Together with N-Sea Business Development Manager, Dave Hamill, he met with the offshore and on-board project teams aboard the vessel.

Commenting on the visit, Dave said: “This was an excellent opportunity for Mark to meet with - and hear first-hand from - our teams who are carrying out a highly professional scope of work throughout the campaign whilst illustrating the outstanding technical capabilities of this diving vessel.


“This project also encapsulates the continuing close working partnership between N-Sea and MOUK, allowing both companies to achieve our common goals”

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