It’s challenging times for the oil & gas industry, and maybe the most competitive for a long time. With the current pandemic in decline, certain work functions have returned to normal under guidelines, but for many companies, social distancing and lockdown are still preventing a considerable challenge, locally and globally.
Enerpro is continuing to monitor the latest updates about the global outbreak and is taking every action to safeguard the health of our employees and preserve our ability to operate during the pandemic. We have implemented procedural change within our team, we are taking all necessary actions to ensure our operations continue running, and both permanent staff and contractors fully understand and comply with current guidelines.
Enerpro Group is a Scottish owned service company offering a complete range of construction based support services to the oil & gas Industry. We provide personnel of the very highest calibre, highly trained and experienced in their field of expertise. These teams can be tailored to suit our client’s specific project support requirements.
During the last few months, our teams have been mobilised to many regions, carrying out a range of construction support services. We’ve been awarded projects in the UK North Sea, Canary Islands, Netherlands, Gulf of Mexico, UAE and Southeast Asia. Our scope of work has been varied and included the removal of a Thermomechanical Cuttings Cleaner (TCC) System on the Valaris 121 Jackup Drilling Rig, an Electrical ATEX Survey onboard the West Bollsta Semi-Submersible Drilling Rig, and a Cement Unit Salvage project on the Borr Drilling Jackup Drilling Rig.
One of our North Sea projects was providing our client with scaffolding support services during their drilling campaign. Enerpro also assisted with the installation of additional mud logging equipment on the Valaris Gorilla V Jackup Drilling Rig whilst in the Dundee Port. We supplied experienced and skilled personnel along with equipment, consumables and materials. Working for clients in the North Sea has become standard practice for Enerpro. We helped support a HP equipment installation project on the Piper Bravo fixed platform by supplying experienced level 4 riggers and mechanics along with CompEx certified electricians.
Enerpro was contacted to salvage HP equipment onboard 4 x Jackup Drilling Rigs in the Gulf of Mexico. Enerpro fully project managed the salvage project successfully from cradle to grave. Our skilled management and experienced procurement team sourced all equipment and consumables in the USA along with hiring a Jackup barge to assist with the removal of the equipment. This particular project had to be monitored carefully due to managing a project that was fully depended on the weather. The project was a great success for our client and Enerpro managed to complete the full scope of work several weeks ahead of schedule.
Also, Enerpro was contacted to work on the West Vencedor Semi-submersible drilling Rig in Southeast Asia, where an experienced supervisor managed the supervision of an equipment salvage project. This was another project where our experienced personnel superbly managed the project.
In Singapore, Enerpro were awarded another Equipment Installation Project, where we assisted our client onboard the new Jackup, the Borr Saga. Enerpro management hand-picked experienced supervisors, who have a track record of delivering projects on time and who have great attention to detail to ensure all targets are met.
A project in Sharjah UAE was secured and Enerpro was contacted to assist with supervision to oversee the salvage of HP equipment on the Noble Joe Bell Jackup Drilling Rig.
Enerpro carefully selected one of our experienced supervisors who has a vast knowledge of HP equipment and who has a keen eye for attention to detail to oversee this project to ensure it was completed safely, in time and on budget, and to our client’s specifications.
David Wade - Managing Director commented ... “It’s a competitive world out there, and we’ve had to overcome additional obstacles due to the pandemic, but we’re operating as usual, and we are active in several countries. Projects have been spread out geographically, and the nature of the construction support has been varied, but we’ve been effectively delivering high standards as normal practice.”