Oceaneering ROV Operations and Deepwater Technical Services, Subsea Tooling, and Dredging and Decommissioning Services
Oceaneering is an advanced applied technology company that provides engineered products and services worldwide.Whether you operate subsea, out in space or anywhere with a harsh environment, Oceaneering can provide you with the right solutions. Oceaneering has 68 locations in 21 countries.
ROV operations and deepwater technical equipment and services
Oceaneering specialises in ROV operations and deepwater technical solutions as a global oilfield provider of engineered services and products. Oceaneering delivers complex solutions within remote intervention technology, subsea all electric, dredging and decommissioning, valves and control systems, umbilical, ROV services, and rental and maintenance of ROV tooling.
Oceaneering is a world-class provider of ROV services to the oil and gas industry with more than 250 reliable and well-proven ROV systems in operation worldwide. Both work ROVs and observation ROVs are in our portfolio. One of our strengths is being an ‘ad-hoc problem solver’, by helping oil companies to avoid critical stops in operations.
ROV drill support and completion, IMR and construction, surveying and inspection work
Oceaneering’s ROV department has extensive expertise for all kinds of ROV-related work, including but not limited to:
- Drill support and completion
- Vessel-based IMR and construction
- Surveying and inspection work
- Ad-hoc problem solving
Remote intervention technology (RIT) and subsea tooling
Our operational experience started on the Norwegian continental shelf in 1987. The group has since expanded to be one of the largest groups that deliver remote intervention technology to the oil and gas industry worldwide. Our skilled engineers develop advanced products for reliable service. We design and manufacture a wide range of subsea-related tooling, emergency repair tools, standard ISO tools or tools made to client requirements and specifications.
Purpose-made tooling used for offshore subsea operations
Oceaneering has built up a rental tool-pool with the majority of tooling manufactured in-house. Our rental and maintenance department provides our clients with turnkey responsibility for repair, maintenance and storage of our clients’ own tooling (tool management). Over 500 rental tools are available in our tool-pool.
We offer all standard and purpose-made tooling used for offshore subsea operations and we assist our clients in finding the best solutions to meet their specific needs. Product groups include:
- Camera systems
- Cap tools
- Clamp tools
- Cleaning tools
- Control systems
- Cutting tools
- Measuring tools
- Seal handling tools
- Storage and shipping equipment
- Torque tools
- Remote operated tools (ROT)
Dredging and decommissioning: rock dump removal, seabed levelling, pile excavation and cutting services
Oceaneering is a specialist provider of dredging and decommissioning services to the offshore industry. With an extensive range of decommissioning tools, smart dredging solutions and highly competent engineer’s capabilities, Oceaneering designs and develops solutions for even the most challenging projects.
Oceaneering applies GTO dredging technology, which is an optimised ejector with high capacity on any sediment, from clay to large rocks. GTO dredging technology is in-house developed.
The dredging systems can be customised for a wide range of dredging challenges, and are characterised by:
- Rock dump removal (high efficiency, up to 450t/hr)
- Seabed levelling
- Drill-cut transportation (capability for extensive transport distances)
- Pile excavation
- Special projects
- Cutting services
- Engineering and feasibility studies
- Handling of contaminated sediments
- ROV operations
- Operational aids
- Great flexibility and high accessibility
- Rapid mobilisation
- Minimum need for deck space and specialist operators
Products and Services
Dunlin Cluster Decommissioning, East Shetland Basin, North Sea
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