Bibby Concludes IRM Work form Brunei Shell

Posted by Eric Haun
Monday, November 18, 2013
the Atom, the latest compact workclass ROV from SMD

Bibby Offshore Singapore (BOS) announced the successful completion of extensive inspection, repair and maintenance (IRM) work on Brunei Shell Petroleum (BSP) offshore assets.

The project involved the inspection of BSP’s East and West assets and covered a total of 48 pipelines, with a combined length of 272km, and 93 platform risers.

The work was performed by the Bibby Spring operated by BOS. The DP2 ROV Support Vessel is fully configured for IRM operations and boasts dual ROV capability, including the Atom, the latest compact workclass ROV from SMD. The vessel is also equipped with data acquisition and processing packages.

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  • Bibby Spring operated by BOS

    Bibby Spring operated by BOS

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