Featured Projects

 

Wetside management of the Ocean Monarch MODU on heavy lift vessel

Client:  Diamond Offshore Inc.

Timeframe:  2015

Purpose:  Wetsides advisory and inspection services for one of the world's largest mobile offshore drilling unit (MODU), including use of the White Marlin; one the largest heavy lift vessels in the world.

Locations:  Johor Bahru, Malaysia; Singapore.

 

Shell Development (Australia) Pty Ltd Prelude Offshore Installation Project

Client:  Technip Oceania Pty Ltd

Timeframe:  2014-2016

Purpose: Wetsides advisory and inspection services forall vessels and immersible equipment being used for the Prelude Offshore Installation Contract.

Locations:  Floro, Norway; Johor Bahru, Malaysia; Singapore.


Development of a Biofouling Management Plan for the FPSO Ningaloo Vision

Client:  Apache Energy Limited

Timeframe:  2013-2015

Purpose: Development of a pragmatic Biofouling Management Plan for the five year off-station maintenance work being conducted on the FPSO Ningaloo Vision in Singapore. Followed by the implementation of the Biofouling Management Plan to ensure that the vessel posed a low risk of introducing any Invasive Marine Species of Concern to Western Australian waters as a result of the maintenance and mobilisation activity.

Locations:  Singapore.

 

Woodside Energy Ltd – Greater Western Flank Phase 1 Development Project

Client:  Technip Oceania Pty Ltd

Timeframe:  2013-2014

Purpose: Biosecurity management of Technip Oceania vessels and infrastructure associated with the installation of a 15 km, 16 inch subsea pipeline to the south-west of the Goodwyn A platform as part of the North West Shelf Project’s Greater Western Flank Phase 1 Project.

Vessel inspections: Dynamic Positioning Pipelay Vessel x 1; Multipurpose Tweendecker Vessel x 1.

Locations:  Johor Bahru, Malaysia; Port Pirie, South Australia.


BHP Billiton Petroleum Pty Ltd – Upper Pyrenees and Moondyne Installation Project

Client:  SapuraClough Offshore, Jumbo Maritime

Timeframe:  2013

Purpose: Biosecurity management of SapuraClough Offshore vessels and infrastructure associated with the transportation, installation and pre-commissioning of the manifolds, riser, flow-lines, jumpers, umbilicals and interconnecting flying leads for the Upper Pyrenees and Moondyne tie-backs for the Pyrenees Floating Production Storage and Offtake (FPSO) Facility scope of work.

Vessel inspections: Operational Support Vessel x 1; Heavy-Lift Vessel x 1.

Locations:  Singapore.

 

Apache Energy Ltd – Balnaves Subsea Installation Project

Client:  Technip Oceania Pty Ltd, Jumbo Maritime

Timeframe:  2013

Purpose: Biosecurity management of Technip Oceania and Jumbo Maritime vessels and infrastructure associated with the installation of subsea flexible flowlines and risers; umbilicals; manifolds, spools, flying leads and jumpers; a mooring system and riser column for the Balnaves oil field.

Vessel inspections: Construction Vessel x 1; Heavy-Lift Vessel x 3.

Locations:  Rotterdam, Netherlands; Singapore.

 

Wetsides management of the FPSO Ngujima-Yin

Client:  Woodside Energy Limited

Timeframe:  2013

Purpose:  Initially, risk assess the FPSO Ngujima-Yin as a result of its five year off-station maintenance work in Singapore. Followed by the development and implementation of a Biofouling Management Plan to ensure that the vessel posed a low risk of introducing any Invasive Marine Species of Concern to Western Australian waters as a result of the maintenance and mobilisation activity.

Locations:  Singapore.

 

Redrafting of Woodside Energy Ltd.’s Invasive Marine Species Management Plan (IMSMP)

Client:  Woodside Energy Limited

Timeframe:  2013

Purpose: To re-draft the Woodside IMSMP and ensure that Woodside Energy Limited minimises the risk of introducing IMS to Australian waters. To ensure inclusion and compliance of the IMSMP with future international, Commonwealth and State legislation, and that industry best practice is achieved in IMS management.

Locations:  Perth; Western Australia, Hobart; Tasmania.

 

Redrafting of the ANZECC Code of Practice for Antifouling and In-water Hull Cleaning and Maintenance

Client: Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF), Australian Government

Timeframe:  2010 and 2011

Purpose:  To liaise with various stakeholders in Australia and New Zealand to re-draft the out-dated ANZECC Code of Practice for antifouling and in-water hull cleaning and maintenance.

Locations:  Canberra, ACT; Wellington, New Zealand

 

Chevron’s Energy Ltd.’s Gorgon Project – Downstream Construction of the LNG Jetty and Marine Structures

Client: Saipem Leighton Consortium; Cal Dive International (Australia) Pty Ltd; Bridgemans Services Ltd

Timeframe: 2011 - 2015

Purpose:  Biosecurity management of most vessels and infrastructure associated with the installation of the 2.1 km LNG jetty and offloading facility at Barrow Island.

Vessel inspections: Accommodation barge and Anchor Handling Tug x 1; Anchor Handling Tug x 9; Anchor Handling Tug & Supply Vessel x 6; Barge & Tug x 4, Derick Pipelay barge x 1, Dumb barge x 19, Self-Elevating Platform x 1; Semi-Submersible Barge & Anchor Handling Tug x 1, RoRo Cruise Ship x 1, Multi-Purpose Self Elevating Liftboat x 1; Landing Craft x 2; Crew Transfer Vessels x 2

Locations: Henderson, Western Australia; Fremantle; Western Australia; Barrow Island, Western Australia; Dampier, Western Australia; Bandar Lampung, Indonesia; Batam, Indonesia; Cliegon, Indonesia; Lumut, Malaysia; Singapore; Suncheon, South Korea; Naantali, Finland and Tallinn, Estonia.

 

Chevron’s Energy Ltd.’s Gorgon Project – Upstream Installation of pipelines and umbilical’s

Clients:  Subsea 7; Van Oord and Jan de Nul Joint Venture; Allseas Construction Contractors; Fugro-TSM 

Timeframe: 2012 - Ongoing

Purpose:   Biosecurity management of vessels and infrastructure associated with the installation of the upstream pipeline between Janz lo/Gorgon LNG fields and Barrow Island.

Vessel inspections: Pipelaying Vessel x 1; Side Stone Dumping Vessel x 1; Pipelay Construction Vessel x 1; Pipe Carrier x 1; Fall Pipe Rock Dumping Vessel x 1; Motor Split-Hopper Vessel x 1; Dive Support Vessel x 1.

Locations: Rotterdam, Netherlands; Las Palmas, Spain; Palermo, Italy; and Singapore.

 

Chevron Energy Ltd.’s Gorgon Project – Downstream Installation of the DomGas Pipeline

Client:  Clough Sapura Joint Venture (CSJV)

Timeframe: 2012

Purpose: Biosecurity management of all vessels and infrastructure associated with installation of the downstream LNG pipeline between Barrow Island and mainland Western Australia.

Vessel inspections: Pipelaying Vessels x 2; Anchor Handling Tug and Supply Vessels (AHTSV) x 3.

Locations:  Batam, Indonesia; Singapore and Dampier, Western Australia.

 

Hay Point Coal Terminal Expansion Project (HPX3)

Client:  Mac Dow-GeoSea Joint Venture

Timeframe: 2011 and 2012

Purpose:   Biosecurity management of vessels and infrastructure associated with construction of the Hay Point Coal Terminal Expansion Project.

Vessel inspections: Dumb barge x 4; Jack-up barge x 3; Accommodation barge x 1; Anchor Handling Tug and Supply Vessel x 3; Platform Supply Vessel x 1; and Support Vessel x 1.

Locations: Dampier, Western Australia; Gulf St Vincent, South Australia; Paynesville, Victoria; Mackay, Queensland; Batam, Indonesia and Singapore.

 

North Rankin B Re-development

Client:  Heerema Marine Contractors Australia Pty Ltd

Timeframe: 2011 and 2012

Purpose: Biosecurity management (including management planning and IMS management) for all HMC vessels, barges and equipment prior to mobilisation for the North Rankin B re-development project.

Vessel inspections: Semi-submersible Crane Barge x 1; Anchor Handling Tug and Supply Vessel x 5; Dumb Barges x 3; Launch Barges x 2.

Locations: Batam, Indonesia; Singapore; Shekou, China; Busan and Ulsan, South Korea, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

 

Feasibility of using Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) for undertaking Vessel Inspections for Invasive Marine Species

Client:  Western Australian Department of Fisheries

Timeframe: 2011

Purpose: To feasibility of using Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) for undertaking Vessel Inspections for Invasive Marine Species.

Locations:   Fremantle, Western Australia.

 

Assessment of the marine pest risks associated with biofouling; a project conducted in collaboration with the Australian Maritime College.

Client: Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF), Australian Government

Timeframe: 2008 and 2009

Purpose: To undertake a biofouling risk assessment (in accordance with the Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement) to determine the likelihood of Invasive Marine Species being introduced to Australia via vessel biofouling.

Locations:   Hobart and Launceston, Tasmania.

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