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General Overview - June 2012

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General Overview - June 2012

  1. 1. INTRODUCTION TO INTERMOOR THE LEADING GLOBAL MOORING, FOUNDATIONS & SUBSEA2 SERVICE COMPANY
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  5. 5. SERVICES MOORINGS Rig Moves Permanent Moorings Preset Moorings Inspection, FOUNDATIONS Maintenance & SUBSEA Well Conductors Repair Heave Compensation Suction Piles Marine Assurance Abrasive Cutting Equipment Driven Piles Decommissioning Rental/Sale SEPLAs Umbilical Installation Anchors Riser Pull-in Mudmats 6
  6. 6. SUPPORT SERVICESENGINEERING - Design/Analysis - Field Development & Planning - - Cost & Feasibility -FABRICATION - SEPLAs Piles - Conductors - Mudmats - - Special Fabrication -SURVEY & POSITIONING - Rig Kits - Vessel Kits - Metrology - USBL - - Heading Control -SHOREBASE - Heavy Lift - Storage - Cargo Handling - Test Bed - - Project Mobilization - Chain Inspection - 7
  7. 7. SAFETY Key Elements Strong Management Commitment HSE Policy Dedicated Safety Staff Continuous Improvement Commitment to Training Stop Work Authority Behavior Based Safety Program AHV Back Deck Training Facility Job Risk Assessments Job Safety Analysis 8
  8. 8. HSE Performance Description 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007Man-hours Worked 1,054,208 1,007,478 1,010,281 788,592 641,568(onshore/offshore)Fatalities 0 0 0 0 0Lost Time Incidents (LTI) 0 1 0 1 0Lost Time Incident Rate 0 0.2 0 0.25 0(LTIR)Medical Treatment 3 2 4 2 2(Recordable Incidents)Total Recordable Incident 0.57 0.4 0.79 0.51 0.62Rate (TRIR)Restricted Work Injury or 0 0 0 0 0Illness (RWC) 9
  9. 9. Quality Management System ISO 9001:2008 Certified US Operations • Houston, TX • Morgan City, LA • Fourchon, LA Brazil Locations • Rio De Janeiro • Macae UK Location • Aberdeen Norway Location • Stavanger Singapore Location ISO Compliance at other locations 10
  10. 10. COMPLIANCEIt is the policy of Acteon Group Ltd and its subsidiaries including InterMoor to conduct all of itsworldwide operations ethically and in compliance to all UK and foreign laws and internationalconventions,particularly theUKBriberyActandtheU.S.ForeignCorruptPracticesAct. Ethical Commitment & Business Integrity No bribes No facilitation payment Political neutrality Respect of human rights and labor standards Confidentiality No conflicts of interest No gifts offered or received that could constitute an undue influence on business 11
  11. 11. SERVICE CAPABILITIES 12
  12. 12. MODU MOORING SYSTEM PROJECTS Over 1,500 rig moves worldwide Preset mooring campaigns in 10 countries Conventional mooring depth record – 8,431 ft. (Offshore Malaysia) Deepwater, Polyester/SEPLA Taut Systems Ocean America: BP Ocean Rover: Murphy Ocean Confidence: BP Cajun Express: Chevron Transocean Marianas: BP Hurricane Moorings 13
  13. 13. BARGE MOORING SYSTEM PROJECTSCabGOC………………..Multiple Barge Moorings next to Fixed Jackets (West Africa)CabGOC………………..Multiple Barge Standby Mooring Systems (West Africa)Versabar……………….Topsides Installation Barge next to Fixed Jacket (GoM)Noble Energy………..Test Barge Mooring to Ocean Quest (GoM)Versabar……………….Bottom Feeder Salvage Barge Moorings (GoM)Total……………………..Barge Moorings next to Fixed Jackets (West Africa)ATP……………………….Test Barge Mooring to Noble Drilling Rig (GoM)Chevron………………..Test Barge Mooring to Cajun Express (GoM)International………..Multiple Salvage Barge Moorings (GoM)Crowley………………. Multiple Salvage Barge Moorings (GoM) Numerous single location barge moorings…
  14. 14. MODU MOORING SYSTEM PROJECTS Permanent Preset Moorings • Kikeh: Murphy, Malaysia (ongoing) • Kuito Field: Chevron, Angola (ongoing) • Lobito Tomboco: Chevron, Angola (ongoing) • Transocean Richardson: Chevron, Angola (ongoing) • Kizomba (and nearby fields): Esso, Angola (ongoing) • Ceiba Field: Amerada Hess, Equatorial Guinea (ongoing) • Aseng Field: Noble Energy, Equatorial Guinea (ongoing) • Arctic 1: Shell, Brazil (ongoing) Numerous 1 well MODU moorings …including U.S. Gulf “Hurricane Moorings” 15
  15. 15. PERMANENT MOORING SYSTEM PROJECTSMooring Installations / Tow / Hook Up• Chevron / CabGOC – Tombua Landana – TAD Mooring• ATP – Mirage – MinDOC FPU• ATP – Gomez –FPU• Premier Oil – Shelley FPSO• Petrofac – Northern Producer FPU• Nexxen – Ettrick Submerged Turret Buoy• Kerr McGee – Red Hawk Spar• Husky Oil – White Rose Inspection, Maintenance and Repair • Maersk Oil – Janice FPU • Maersk Oil – Gryphon FPSO • Chevron – Captain FPSO • Premier Oil – Balmoral FPSO • BP– Thunder Horse • Murphy – Poly Inspection 16
  16. 16. POLYESTER EXPERIENCE HIGHLIGHTS2000 – 2009: Performed testing to gain approval to laypolyester on the seabed • Exposure times 1 hr. – 6 months • Strength and Microscopy • Fatigue testing up to 80,000 cycles2009: Successfully received MMS approval for layingpolyester on the seabed for permanent mooringsDesigned and installed polyester moorings for GOM,West Africa and BrazilClients: Shell, Chevron, BP, Kerr McGee, Vastar, ATP Oil& Gas, Noble Energy, Walter Oil & Gas
  17. 17. MOORING EQUIPMENT Largest inventory of Mooring Equipment worldwide 18
  18. 18. FOUNDATION EXPERIENCE HIGHLIGHTS • 40+ Suction pile projects to date • 140+ Mooring Piles Worldwide • 50+ Foundation Piles • 150+ Pile Installations including SEPLA projects • Includes mooring piles, manifold & PLET piles, subsea pump foundations • Designed and installed the first suction pile installed in GoM (1996) • Designed and installed piles for GoM, West Africa, Southeast Asia, Brazil • Shell, Chevron, Technip, Exxon, Esso, Vastar, BP, Kerr McGee, Coflexip Stena Offshore, Total, Cameron, FMC, Murphy Oil, Enterprise Field Services 19
  19. 19. FOUNDATION OPTIONS Suction Pile Driven Pile SEPLA Mudmat Other 20
  20. 20. TYPICAL FIELD FOUNDATIONS Manifold Foundation• Well Conductors Mooring Anchors• Host Moorings Mudmats PLET Anchors• Subsea Foundations Driven Conductors
  21. 21. SEPLA• Combines advantages of suction embedment and proven plate anchor technology (Developed by U.S. Navy During 80’s)• Uses suction embedment follower with plate anchor slotted into base to install plate anchor• Follower is then removed by reversing pump action, leaving plate at depth• Plate is then rotated to orientation close to perpendicular to direction of load• Geotechnically efficient shape
  22. 22. MUDMATS Shallow Foundations Used For Light Loads 23
  23. 23. TYPICAL SUCTION PILE USES Manifold or Pump Mooring Anchor Pipeline Anchor Station Foundation 24
  24. 24. JACK & ST. MALO MANIFOLD PILES• Design, Fabrication, Pile top Components & Load-out• 11 Piles• 18’ Diameter x 55’/75’ Long (93 tons/116 tons)• Received Safety Recognition by Chevron• On Time Delivery• Offshore Installation Engineering Support 25
  25. 25. DRIVEN CONDUCTORS SERVICES• Available globally• Operate in deep-water• Optimize conductor design to meet project specific load and fatigue requirements• Driving a good technical solution in odd soils• Allow installation without need of a construction vessel 26
  26. 26. INTERMOOR SUCTION-TO-STABILITY HEADS • Provides Stability without Template or Guide Frame • ROV Pump Penetrates Pile until Stable 27
  27. 27. Compensated Anchor SUBSEA/HEAVE COMPENSATION handler Subsea Installation MethodInterMoor Subsea Compensation System (ISCS) (CASIM) • 15T and 50T SWL In-Line Passive Compensation Units • Used for lowering trees, manifolds, jumpers, etc.Heave Compensated Landing System (HCLS)Umbilical installationRiser pull-in operations Heave Compensated Landing SystemCutting Tools (HCLS) • Internal / External Abrasive cutting • Band Saws (up to 48”) • Pile Jetting
  28. 28. SUBSEA EXPERIENCE HIGHLIGHTS Over 500 subsea cuts Platform Recoveries • Heave compensation • Tetra, International Offshore, Pioneer, Stone Energy Tree Installations/Jumpers • Full service • Heave compensation • Parking piles • ExxonMobil, LLOG, Noble Energy, Hess Manifold/Template Installations • 6300 ft water depth • Shell (Brazil), ExxonMobil, BHP Subsea Mooring Connections Kuito umbilical installation MODEC riser pull-in
  29. 29. SUPPORT SERVICES 30
  30. 30. ENGINEERING & DESIGN• Hydrodynamic & Aerodynamic Analysis (Motions & Coefficients)• Mooring System Design & Analysis (Frequency & Time Domain)• Coupled 2-Body Mooring Analysis• 3D Finite Element Structural Analysis• Suction Pile Design & Analysis• SEPLA Anchor Design & Analysis• CAD & Drafting Services• Dynamic Lowering Analysis (CASIM)• Installation Engineering & Procedures• Mooring Operations & Planning Studies• Offshore Calculations• Field Development Studies• Cost & Feasibility Studies Nonlinear Buckling Analysis 31
  31. 31. FABRICATION EXCELLENCE• Schedule & Quality Driven• Ability to React Quickly• Welding Performance - Last Large Pile Project – (11 off) 18’ Diameter Piles - 32,000 Welds Checked - <1% Weld Repair Rate• Strong Safety Record• High Level Employee Retention 32
  32. 32. SHORE BASED SERVICES • Spooling • Heavy Lifts • Cargo Handling • Storage • Project Mobilizations • Pull Testing 33
  33. 33. MORGAN CITY FACILITY• 24 Acres / 1,290 ft. of Bulkhead• 225 and 230 ton Cranes• 180,000 sq. ft. In-house Storage• 120,000 sq. ft. Rental Space• Fabrication Facilities • 11,000 sq. ft. indoor facility including CNC Shop and 2 x 10T overhead cranes • 2nd building: 14,400 sq. ft. indoor shop space and 2 x 30T overhead crane w/ 30 ft. hook height • AWS D1.1 Welder Certification • Over 6 yrs. without an LTA
  34. 34. FOURCHON FACILITY• 25 Acres w/ 1200 ft. of bulkhead• Heavy Lift Operations • 880 ton Ringer Crane, 300 & 225 ton crawler cranes• Homeland Security Approved• Capacity for 4 simultaneous loadouts• Inspection – Wire and Chain• Spooling Units / Maintenance• Tenant Storage• Mooring Equipment• 3,000,000lb Test Bed 35
  35. 35. GROUP INSTALLATION EQUIPMENT • 300 ton SWL A-frame • Spiral Strand Handling Winch • Polyester Handling Equipment • Various Spooling Winches • Powered Storage Reels • Pump Skid Packages • Heave Compensation • Tuggers and Small Winches • Aquatic Reel Systems • Tensioners • Menck Hammers • Chain inspection Units
  36. 36. TECHNICAL EXCELLENCE• Current water depth record for conventional mooring off Brazil – 2,027m (2012) Shell, Arctic 1• Current world record holder of conventional drilling rig mooring installation – 2,570m (2008) Murphy, Ocean Rover• First GoM permanent production facility polyester mooring – Gomez (2003)• First full drilling rig polyester and suction embedded plate anchor (SEPLA) mooring system – (2001) BP, Ocean Confidence• First test drilling rig polyester and SEPLA mooring installation – (1999)• First test drilling rig suction anchor installation – (1996)• First drag VLA installation – Outside Brazil (1994) * Technical excellence and practical know how * Ability to execute projects innovatively 37
  37. 37. QUESTIONS?

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