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MASTER THESIS – PLUG & ABANDONMENT

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Thomas Øia(28 YO)  is a master student in Petroleum engineering at the university of Stavanger (UiS). He is graduating this summer as a graduate engineer and is now writing his thesis within the topic Plug & Abandonment (P&A). His thesis will discuss the application of a RLWI vessel’s ability of performing full permanent P&A of subsea wells on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS). He will analyze which subsea wells that are the perfect candidates for P&A from an RLWI vessel with todays provided technology and how to close the technology gap.

Thomas completed his bachelor degree at the University of Stavanger, apart from one semester where he studied at the University of Adelaide, Australia. During his bachelor thesis he found an interest in the topic P&A, where he and a friend wrote a thesis covering the P&A status of all wellbores on the NCS. Their analysis revealed that there were over 1000 subsea wellbores (volatile number) to be P&A in the future, and the “subsea plug wave” is to be commenced by Statoil in 2020.

This gave Thomas the motivation to continue to immerse within the topic P&A. He chose to contact Island Offshore because of his perception of the company, i.e. being knowledgeable and experienced with intervention on subsea wells from vessels. He came in contact with the Department Manager of Top Hole/P&A, Per Buset who seemingly liked the choice of topic and agreed to supervise Thomas through his thesis.

Island Offshore greatly appreciates being able to assist Thomas with his thesis. We wish him the all the best in completing his Master degree which is due in June 2017.

Island offshore announced winners of the Ons 2016 innovation award

Per Buset, Island Offshore and Espen Kopperud, Centrica E&P Norway
Per Buset, Island Offshore and Espen Kopperud, Centrica E&P Norway

ISLAND OFFSHORE/CENTRICA WERE ANNOUNCED WINNERS OF THE ONS 2016 INNOVATION AWARDS, AT THE INNOVATION AWARDS CEREMONY TUESDAY 30 AUGUST

Island Offshore and Centrica were selected winners of the Innovation Award, (for large companies), for the innovative system Riser-less coil tubing drilling. Island Offshore have successfully drilled four wells with the innovative riser-less coil tubing (CT) system. This is the first time ever riser-less CT-operations have been performed. Three wells were drilled for Statens Vegvesen in 2014 as part of investigations of geology for a future subsea-tunnel, and the concept was thereby proven.

Centrica E&P Norway found this very interesting and decided to use same system when checking for shallow gas in the seabed above their Butch-field in the southern part of the Norwegian Continental Shelf. This operation was performed in 2015, and was a new success. Next step will be to adopt the system to do heavy intervention with CT in subsea wells

Oilman of the year

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Island Offshore was awarded the “Oil man of the year award” by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) in the end of May 2016. Håvard Ulstein went to Stavanger to receive the award presented on the annual SPE Stavanger BBQ Dinner and Dance.

Island Offshore received the award for building up Light Well Intervention technology as well as the accomplishment of coil tubing operations from a vessel.

“These are thoughts that several operators have worked on for several years, but never been able to carry through. Island Offshore has staked a lot and succeeded; with enhanced access to subsea wells with increased resource exploitation as a result,” the jury states.


“SPE Stavanger base the decision on the great extent of innovation and commitment over several years. This would not be possible without a management and an owner who see the value of long term thinking, and who has the courage to pursue the unconventional. With this we hope to attract some attention to the added value and the effectiveness of Light Well Intervention and the possibilities given by open water coil tubing”.


After receiving the award, the rostrum was left for Håvard Ulstein and he shared with the audience how the LWI- initiative started with Island Frontier as the first vessel in the company in 2004:


“We put the Island Frontier into service in April 2004, and teamed up with FMC and Aker Well Service to form an alliance where Island Offshore took the role as main contractor. From there on, it has been an adventure and we can thank Chevron who trusted us to do the firm LWI-job at Strathspey in the spring of 2005. Later the same year, much because we had invested in rigging the Frontier for LWI and doing the necessary testing, we were awarded the first Statoil contract. To serve this contract, we commenced construction of the Island Wellserver; all based on 150 days firm commitment. I would like to commend Statoil for trusting Island Offshore and our alliance partners to do their intervention work. Without a major client like Statoil, it would have been impossible to establish Island Offshore as a big provider of LWI-services”.


He also praised Island Offshore’s employees who made it all possible:
“The world, and in particular the offshore industry has been built by engineers and in this respect I am honored to be here among you. Likewise, Island Offshore has been built by some excellent engineers, both in our Stavanger office and in Ulsteinvik. These people have started early and worked late. They have been given wide authorities to develop services that could offer extended utilization for our vessels and they have delivered with excellence”.


“It is a great honor to receive this award and a fantastic inspiration to keep on pushing the boundaries. Island Offshore will continue to innovate!”

Open water coil tubing; a game changer in the offshore industry

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Island Offshore recently made history when they successfully drilled a pilot hole for Centrica Energy by means of open water coil tubing. This technology has never been utilized in the offshore industry before and proves to be a safer and cheaper alternative to traditional drilling using a rig.

MOU Island Constructor was given the assignment to drill a shallow gas pilot hole down to 360 meters below mud line at the BUTCH PL 405-field, north of Ekofisk, to log for gas, and plug the pilot hole with cement if gas was discovered. Pilot holes are drilled to reveal shallow gas in the formations in advance of the actual drilling of the production wells. Shallow gas can be described as hidden gas pockets encountered at a depth close to the surface or mudline which can lead to blowout in the early stages of drilling.

“To use a rig for pilot hole drilling is much more costly than using a mobile offshore unit like the Island Constructor. Should one come across gas and the hole needs to be plugged, it will imply large costs to move the rig to a new location for a possible new pilot hole. The risk involved with using a rig compared to a vessel is also considerable as it will need far more time to move away should a blowout occur,” explains Anders Olsen, Project Manager in Island Offshore.

“In addition the coil tube’s flexibility makes the vessel able to keep pumping mud down the well to stop a potential shallow gas blowout, while moving to a secure area,” Olsen continues.


No riser

Instead of using a marine riser, the coil tube is kept in tension between the vessel and the subsea injector by means of a second injector installed on board. The actual tube does not rotate, only pressurized fluid inside the coil activates a hydraulic motor which makes the bit rotate. The subsea injector pushes and pulls the coil tube in and out of the well.

“We have aimed for this since 2009. With coil tubing one can perform heavy maintenance to increase production and squeeze more oil and gas out of the wells,” says Dept. Manager Top hole drilling in Island Offshore, Per Buset.

Today these operations are performed by using a marine riser from a rig, which one can feed the coil tube down into. This is both expensive and time-consuming.

Island Offshore owns and operates three light well intervention vessels in the North Sea. Traditionally these vessels run wireline down the wells. One can perform some maintenance with wireline technology today, but with coil tubing one can do considerably more. Pumping fluid down the well and perform heavier maintenance such as scale removal in the production tubing to achieve original dimension of the tube is one example.

Pioneering in several markets

Last year this innovative technology was applied for the very first time in a totally different setting: It was used to drill core samples for what is to be the longest and deepest subsea road tunnel in the world, named Rogfast. The contracting company was the Norwegian Public Road Administration.

“We are now taking the next step with coil tubing. To apply this technology in pilot hole drilling is pioneering. This is a challenging and exciting project which receives great attention with our customer and the industry in general. In addition to be significantly safer and cheaper than using drilling rigs, emissions to the environment are also reduced with 50% compared to conventional drilling,” says Project Manager Olsen.

“After finishing the Rogfast-project with great success our technology was now qualified, and the oil companies started realizing that the same technology could be used to drill the topmost part of a well to log for shallow gas. Centrica Energy took the plunge and became the first company in the world to use this kind of technology for offshore purposes,” says Top hole drilling Manager Buset.         

The operation was planned to last for seven days on the field, but it was finished in just over four days without finding shallow gas. With that the drilling rig could start drilling the production wells and be sure that it is gas free.

“Moving a rig and other equipment on the seabed due to shallow gas are very costly; several hundred million NOK in a worst case scenario. By using our alternative method Centrica has, according to their calculations, saved roughly 30-50% compared to using a rig. In addition the risk level is dramatically reduced,” Buset continues.

Developed and owned by Island Offshore

Island Offshore is the developer and the owner of the technology which is integrated with Baker Hughes’ topside equipment. The aim is to use the same principle within light well intervention, plug and abandonment as well as other types of well intervention.

In August this Year Island Offshore received a technology award for this exact technology during the Deepwater Intervention Forum in Galveston, Texas.

“To receive this award is a confirmation to us that the industry believes in our technology. The Butch-project gives Island Offshore the chance to develop the open water coil tubing technology, and with that expand the range of services within an exciting market where innovation, low production costs and operational flexibility is vital,” Olsen concludes.

 

For more information, please contact Island Offshore:

 

Håvard Ulstein, Managing Director

Mob.: +47 99 23 50 39

Email: havard@islandoffshore.com

Or

Per Buset, Dept. Manager Top Hole Drilling and P&A Activities

Mob.: +47 91 83 92 89

Email: per.buset@islandoffshore.com

 

 

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We apologize for the inconvenience caused.

SUCCESSFUL OPEN WATER COIL TUBING DRILLING
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At the beginning of the year Island Offshore with their partner Baker Hughes entered a back- to-back agreement with VTT Maritime who had been awarded a contract for ground core sampling above – in what is to be – the world’s longest (25,5 km) and deepest (385m) subsea road tunnel, named Rogfast. Together with the end client Statens Vegvesen, (“Norwegian Public Roads Administration”), it was decided that Island Offshore’s new coiled tubing drilling method should be applied.

Subsequently, Island Offshore has successfully started the revolutionary application of Coiled Tubing Drilling technology in Boknafjorden north of Stavanger, Norway, utilizing a monohull vessel.

 This system can construct high angles in the well over a very short distance (up to 15 degrees over 30 meter drilled hole). In order to avoid a full marine riser spread, a state of the art subsea injector has been developed by Island Offshore. A second injector is also installed onboard the vessel in order to keep the coiled tubing between the subsea injector and the vessel in tension.

 The work is currently being undertaken by Island Performer, Island Offshore’s newest vessel. A total of approximately 440 meters of core samples will be taken from four individual locations in order to obtain detailed information about the geological conditions of the tunnel route, with water depths ranging from 200 to 300 meters.

 It is the first time an open coiled tubing system is used in a drilling operation offshore. New equipment and procedures have been developed in order to introduce a reliable and functional system.

 

 

 

 New technology paves the way

 Having completed one and recently started on well number two of the four wells contracted, Island Offshore and the end client Statens Vegvesen, register that this drilling method successfully paves the way for a unique and efficient core sampling method: “Statens Vegvesen is delighted to see the way an experienced oil & gas contractor such as Island Offshore has utilized and safely operated this advanced technology in a new application, providing a first class service while sampling cores of decisive value to us and our world record Rogfast project.” Tor Geir Espedal, Area Manager – Rogaland, Statens Vegvesen.

 “This project provides Island Offshore a unique opportunity to qualify and test new technology and equipment that can contribute to a significant development of the Light Well Intervention services currently performed by Island Offshore. In addition, we see a number of other  applications of this technology – such as pumping/acidizing, Plug & Abandonement and advanced core sampling. We will now offer this technological “breakthrough” to the market with a best practice reference to showcase,” says Robert Friedberg, Managing Director Island Offshore Subsea AS.

Island Offshore Orders High End Offshore Service Vessel

Island Offshore announced today that it has signed a contract with Kawasaki Heavy Industries in Japan for the construction of a large offshore vessel to be built according to Mobile Offshore Unit (“MOU”) regulations.

The vessel is of Rolls-Royce UT 777 design, developed in close cooperation with Island Offshore. Emphasis has been placed on designing and outfitting the vessel for optimal subsea operations, such as Tophole Drilling, Light Well Intervention, Subsea Construction and Inspection, Maintenance and Repair work. The vessel is due for delivery in 2017.

Island Offshore announced today that it has signed a contract with Kawasaki Heavy Industries in Japan for the construction of a large offshore vessel to be built according to Mobile Offshore Unit (“MOU”) regulations.

The vessel is of Rolls-Royce UT 777 design, developed in close cooperation with Island Offshore. Emphasis has been placed on designing and outfitting the vessel for optimal subsea operations, such as Tophole Drilling, Light Well Intervention, Subsea Construction and Inspection, Maintenance and Repair work. The vessel is due for delivery in 2017.

 

For more information please contact:

Håvard Ulstein
Managing Director Island Offshore Management AS
Email: havard@islandoffshore.com +47 99235039


Marianne Hovden Communications
Manager Island Offshore Management AS
Email: marianneh@islandoffshore.com +47 95143930

 

27.01.2013

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Island Offshore consolidates position in North Sea with Premier Oil contract win

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Island Offshore, a leading global Light Well Intervention (LWI) specialist, has been selected by Premier Oil UK Limited to undertake a new LWI service contract on the UK Continental Shelf. The win strengthens Island Offshore’s established position in the dynamic and competitive North Sea marketplace.

 Premier, a growing oil and gas exploration and production company, awarded the business to Island Offshore and the North Sea RLWI Alliance, the operator of three monohull vessels specially designed for well intervention tasks.

 A key factor in the decision-making process was said to be Island Offshore’s extensive segment expertise, having successfully performed approximately 250 well interventions since 2005.

 Commenting on the new business win, Robert Friedberg, Managing Director of Island Offshore Subsea, says: “Premier Oil is a new client for us and, with its proven track record and ambitious growth plans, an exciting name for us to partner with for the future. This is yet another important UKCS contract win for the company, consolidating our standing as a preferred supplier within both the sector and the wider industry.”

 The agreement covers activity such as wireline services (a core Island Offshore competence), with work to be carried out by Island Constructor, a 120m long, 8,200 ton, state-of-the-art Ulstein built X-Bow vessel.

 Friedberg adds that the Island Constructor is indicative of the firm’s specialism and long operational experience in the area, noting: “It’s a cutting edge vessel custom-made to deliver excellent results, and value, for our clients in the most demanding natural environments – such as those experienced on the UKCS.”

 He concludes: “This is the third contract on the UKCS that the Island Constructor has won this year, demonstrating the tangible benefits of our investment in building a modern fleet of high-specification service vessels.”

 The win follows on the back of Island Offshore’s successful acquisition of a number of North Sea well intervention services contracts earlier this year. The firm now has a leading segment position on both the Norwegian and UK Continental Shelf, built on the back of its proven pedigree and commitment to outstanding service levels, technology and results for its customers.

 

Editor’s notes:

 The North RLWI Sea Alliance was formed in 2004 to provide integrated wireline services to the growing subsea intervention market. The Alliance performs between 60-70 well interventions each year, providing services such as scale milling, gauging and logging operations, plug setting and re-perforating requirements. Island Offshore and the North Sea RLWI Alliance are currently the world leading riser-less wireline intervention, (“RLWI”), provider. To date the partners have performed approximately 250 well interventions.

 Island Offshore Subsea (www.iosubsea.no) is the Light Well Intervention Services (LWI) subsidiary of Island Offshore Management. The company, founded in 2005, has around 140 employees and is headquartered at Forus (near Stavanger) Norway, with its UK office in Aberdeen.

 Island Offshore Management (www.islandoffshore.com) is the contract owner and operator of the world’s most modern fleet of offshore service vessels. The Island Offshore fleet consists of 26 vessels in total, divided between large Platform Supply Vessels and state-of-the-art Sub Sea Support Vessels. Another three vessels are currently under construction.  The company employs close to 1000 people offshore, in addition to the onshore management and engineering staff.

 For further information please contact:

 Robert Friedberg, Managing Director, Island Offshore Subsea Tel. (47) 51817100, E-mail: robert@islandoffshore.com

 or

 Frode Hansen, Contract Manager, Island Offshore Subsea, Tel (47) 51817100, E-mail frode@islandoffshore.com

 

 29.08.2013

Island Constructor has finalized her 2013 campaign for BP UK

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 The vessel mobilized for BP UK beginning of June and did 4 well interventions at Foinaven, West of Shetland, until the vessel demobilized beginning of August in Peterhead, Scotland. The operations went very well without any incidents or happenings.

 Senior Client representatives expressed their appreciation for “an excellent job done”, and they look forward to Island Constructor’s return to West of Shetland operations next year.

 

 27.08.2013

Wyvern kom hjem til Stavanger 14. august etter en vellykket berging i Østersjøen

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Island Constructor, med Wyvern trygt plassert på dekk, ble ved innseilingen til Stavanger ønsket velkommen av en mengde båter på Byfjorden. Også en stor folkemasse hadde samlet seg på kaien i Vågen for å ta del i festen.

Stavanger Museum er glade for Wyverns hjemkomst, og er imponert over den dugnadsjobben som har blitt gjort. Stavangerordfører Christine Sagen Helgø kaller redningsoperasjonen en bragd og er svært takknemmelig for alle bidrag som førte til at Wyvern nå er hjemme igjen.

Planleggingen av redningsaksjonen tok til allerede samme dag som Wyvern gikk ned. Med en erfaren engineeringsavdeling, gode samarbeidspartnere og et dyktig mannskap kunne Wyvern berges kun en måned etter havariet. Ledelsen i Island Offshore er derfor svært stolt av den jobben som har blitt gjort, både onshore og offshore.

 

 

Foto: Fredrik Refvem/Stavanger Aftenblad

Video/Animasjon: Island Offshore

island constructor - Live streaming from Wyvern Operation 

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Follow the live streaming from the rescue operation of Wyvern:

http://www.aftenbladet.no/nyheter/lokalt/stavanger/Folg-arbeidet-med-a-heve-Wyvern-3227926.html

 

Wyvern hjem til Stavanger

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Aktører innen olje- og gassindustrien i Stavanger går sammen i et spleiselag for å heve Wyvern og frakte fartøyet hjem til Stavanger. Operasjonen medfører ingen kostnader for Stavanger maritime museum.

Bak gaven til Stavanger Maritime Museum står brønnselskapet Island Offshore, deres partnere FMC Kongsberg Subsea, Aker Solutions, Oceaneering og andre aktører i oljeindustrien.

Viseadministrerende direktør Lyder von der Lippe i Island Offshore er tilfreds med å få bidra til hevingen av Stavanger-skuta.

- Vi ser først og fremst på oppdraget som en dugnadsjobb for å få Wyvern hjem til Stavanger, og vil gjøre vårt for at Colin Archer-skøyta kan restaureres. Engasjementet og entusiasmen er enorm for denne oppgaven i organisasjonen vår og hos våre partnere. Som offshore serviceleverandør har vi hatt stort utbytte av det maritime miljøet i regionen, og ser dette som en unik anledning til å gi noe tilbake. Vi er imidlertid ydmyke for redningsoppdragets kompleksitet og interessen det har i distriktet. Vi gleder oss å levere båten tilbake til Stavanger Maritime Museum, sier von der Lippe.

Hevingen utføres med Island Constructor. Fartøyet gjør vanligvis lett brønnintervensjon på undervanns produksjonsbrønner på norsk- og britisk sokkel med de nevnte partnere. Når fartøyet om en ukes tid har fullført sitt pågående oppdrag vest for Shetlandsøyene, sendes det først til Stavanger og Rosenberg verft for å hente en spesialkonstruert krybbe, før kursen settes mot Østersjøen. På havaristedet vil det først bli gjort undersøkelser med en undervannsubåt (ROV). Under hevingen skal Wyvern lenses, før den til slutt plasseres på krybben om bord på Island Constructor. Allerede på hjemturen vil museet gå i gang med de første reparasjonene, og Wyvern vil etter planen være tilbake i Stavanger etter rundt ti dager.

Island Offshore er en erfaren aktør i offshoremarkedet. Sammen med sine partnere FMC Kongsberg Subsea, Aker Well Service og Oceaneering har de gjort totalt 230 brønnintervensjoner på norsk og britisk sokkel siden oppstart av denne tjenesten i 2005.

- Solid dugnad
Det 60 fot lange fartøyet fra 1897 forliste mellom Øland og Gotland torsdag 11. juli under Tall Ships Races, og det ble umiddelbart startet et arbeid for å heve Wyvern så snart som mulig.

Stavangerordfører Christine Sagen Helgø leder en arbeidsgruppe, bestående av Stavanger kommune, Rogaland fylkeskommune og Museum Stavanger som har som mål å få Wyvern hjem så fort som mulig.

- Alle er glade for at Wyvern nå heves og kommer hjem til Stavanger. Arbeidet bygger på en solid dugnad, og understreker at båten er et viktig symbol for Stavanger, sier ordfører Christine Sagen Helgø.

- Vi er svært takknemlige for bidraget fra partnerne som er involvert i hevingen, fortsetter hun.

- Imponerende interesse og handlekraft
Bitten Bakke, avdelingsdirektør sjøfart og industri ved Stavanger maritime museum er glad for at det er kommet på plass en bergingsplan på kort tid.

- Vi er stolte av den kompetansen, handlekraften og interessen for kulturvern som finnes i oljebransjen i regionen. De ser behovet for å ta vare på Wyvern som et flytende kulturminne, og vi er svært glade for det samarbeidet som er kommet i gang, sier Bakke.

PRESSEKONTAKT: Avdelingsdirektør sjøfart og industri, Bitten Bakke, Stavanger maritime museum, mob. 40 60 17 01

News release: New BP Contract

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Stavanger: Island Offshore wins new BP well intervention services contract. 

Island Offshore, a leading name in global Light Well Intervention (“LWI”) activities, has been awarded a major contract extension with BP Exploration Operating Company Ltd (“BP”), one of the world’s most respected international energy companies. 

The two-year contract extension, covering 2014 and 2015, has been awarded to Island Offshore and the North Sea RLWI Alliance, which operates three monohull vessels specially designed for well intervention tasks. Island Offshore’s Island Constructor - a 120m long, 8,200 ton, state-of-the-art Ulstein built X-Bow vessel – will perform the scope of work for the client.

Commenting on the award, Robert Friedberg, Managing Director of Island Offshore Subsea, says: “We are delighted to continue our successful operations for BP. This is an important extension of a contract that has now been in place for 5 years.”

“It demonstrates the strength of the relationship we have built with BP and the excellent standard of service that Island Offshore, and its partners in the North Sea RLWI Alliance, have delivered.”

He continues: “We have acquired some unique experience working with the BP team in the harsh environments West of the Shetland, and we look forward to building on that in the future.”

The value of the new contract is approximately NOK 0.5 billion (USD 86.5 million) and includes options for NOK 0.75 billion (USD 129.8 million).

Editor’s notes:

The North Sea Alliance was formed in 2004 to provide integrated wireline services to the growing subsea intervention market. The Alliance performs between 60-70 well interventions each year, providing services such as scale milling, gauging and logging operations, plug setting and re-perforating requirements. Island Offshore and the North Sea RLWI Alliance are currently the world leading riser-less wireline intervention,(“RLWI”), provider. To date the partners have performed close to 250 well interventions.

Island Offshore Subsea (www.iosubsea.no) is the Light Well Intervention Services (LWI) subsidiary of Island Offshore Management. The company, founded in 2005, has around 140 employees and is headquartered at Forus (near Stavanger) Norway, with its UK office in Aberdeen.

Island Offshore Management (www.islandoffshore.com) is the contract owner and operator of the world’s most modern fleet of offshore service vessels. The Island Offshore fleet consists of 23 vessels in total, divided between large Platform Supply Vessels and state-of-the-art Sub Sea Support Vessels. Another six vessels are currently under construction.  The company employs close to 1000 people offshore, in addition to the onshore management and engineering staff.

For further information please contact:

Robert Friedberg, Managing Director, Island Offshore Subsea Tel. (47) 51817100, E-mail: robert@islandoffshore.com

or

Frode Hansen, Contract Manager, Island Offshore Subsea, Tel (47) 51817100, E-mail frode@islandoffshore.com

ISO 9001 Qualification

On The 8th of February Island Offshore Subsea achieved the ISO 9001 Qualification and have now received the official Certificate from Det Norske Veritas (DNV).

The certificate is valid until 2016 and we will be audited by DNV periodically to keep Island Offshore Subsea AS in compliance with ISO 9001 standards.

This Certificate is valid for the following products and services ranges:

  • “Planning and execution of Subsea Well Intervention and Construction Services.
  • Development and execution of technical and operational engineering services to the International oil and gas industry.”

 

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Thank you...

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 ...to everyone that visited our stand in ONS 2012! We had a great time, and we hope you enjoyed visiting us.

 

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