Enerpro has secured a string of installation contracts for global oil & gas operators. The scope of work includes the installation of a Bespoke Cement Unit on a Semi-submersible Rig in South Korea, the installation of a TCC on a Jack-up Rig in Dundee, Gear Box repair on a Semi-submersible Rig, and the installation of a New Control Cabin on a Semi-submersible Rig at Invergordon in Scotland.
Bespoke Cement Unit - Semi-submersible rig - South Korea. Prior to installation, Enerpro was contracted to remove the existing 160 ton cement plant. Enerpro personnel fully installed the new remotely operated cement unit which is powered by electric motors. The new unit has a massive weight saving over its replacement, weighing about 100 tonnes. The project was a huge success and was completed 40 days ahead of schedule. David Wade - Operations Director commented ... "we are delighted to get very positive feedback from our client, it's always a bonus when a client responds to the quality of work you produce .... "the Enerpro crew onboard the Semi-submersible rig have all done a very impressive and first class job. The quality and timeline has been fantastic and time wise exceeded expectations. Very hard working group with excellent workmanship."
T.C.C (Thermal Cutting Compound) system - Jack-up rig - Enerpro onshore facility, Dundee. Once the system was installed it then had to be stripped down and re installed on the rig offshore. The project took Enerpro personnel around 7 weeks at the Enerpro onshore facility, followed by a further 4 weeks offshore.
New Control Cabin - Semi-submersible rig- Invergordon Scotland. Enerpro were delighted to be back in Invergordon working on another Semi-submersible. This time the scope of work seen the Enerpro team remove a bulkhead between the cement room and the sack store to allow for the installation of the new Control Cabin. The project was completed on-time and within budget.
Gear Box - Semi-submersible rig – Offshore. David Wade - Operations Director commented ... "this was an interesting project for the team. On completion of an offshore survey on board the Semi-submersible rig, Enerpro progressed with the design and fabrication of a bespoke lifting frame for lifting the gearbox. The bespoke frame allowed Enerpro riggers to lift the gearbox into a suitable position so that the bearings could be replaced in a safe procedure."
Enerpro has proven again that its team of professionals are some of the best in the business. As a relatively new company, Enerpro are quickly building a reputation throughout the oil & gas industry for quality of personnel, work ethic and time management.