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Bourbon Media

  1. 1. Bourbon Offshore<br />
  2. 2. 2<br />Bourbon OffshorePartners & Affiliates<br />
  3. 3. 3<br />Bourbon OffshoreA full range of modern vessels<br />MPSV<br />AHTS<br />PSV<br />FSIV<br />CREWBOAT<br />TUG<br />
  4. 4. 4<br />Bourbon OffshoreCurrent Fleet<br />AVERAGE FLEET AGE: 6 YEARS<br />
  5. 5. 5<br />Bourbon Offshore – Horizon 2010The Bourbon Liberty Ship<br />
  6. 6. 6<br />New Market SegmentationThe Bourbon Liberty Ship<br />UNIQUE PROPULSION LAYOUT <br />For this type of OSV<br />PROVIDES<br />EXCEPTIONAL MANEUVERABILITY<br />PRECISE STATION KEEPING<br />IMPROVED FUEL EFFICIENCY<br />MAIN SYSTEMS REDUNDANCY<br />30% MORE CAPACITY<br />PROVIDES<br />FASTER, SAFER & MORE RELIABLE ALONGSIDE PLATFORMS AND DURING RIG MOVES / ANCHOR HANDLING<br />PROVIDES<br />SAVINGS TO CUSTOMER<br />
  7. 7. 7<br />New Generation of Continental Shelf VesselsGPA 254 AHTS 80T Bollard Pull<br />Deepwater & Continental Shelf<br />54 On Order<br />Delivery: ’08 – ‘09<br /><ul><li> 6,780 BHP
  8. 8. 80 T Bollard Pull
  9. 9. 150 MT Line Pull Winch
  10. 10. DP II
  11. 11. Diesel Electric</li></li></ul><li>8<br />New Generation of Continental Shelf VesselsGPA 654 PSV <br />Deepwater & Continental Shelf<br />22 On Order<br />Delivery: ’08 – ‘09<br /><ul><li> 58m x 14m
  12. 12. 1,600 T DWT
  13. 13. 360 m2
  14. 14. DP II
  15. 15. Diesel Electric</li></li></ul><li>9<br />MPSV- LARGE SIZE BOURBON OCEANTEAM 101<br />ULTRA DEEPWATER<br />2 On Order<br />Delivery ’07 – ‘10<br /><ul><li> 7,000 T DWT
  16. 16. 122m x 27m
  17. 17. 2,000 m2 Deck Area
  18. 18. 7,000 T DWT
  19. 19. DP II
  20. 20. Diesel Electric
  21. 21. 2 x 150T AHC Crane</li></ul>OR<br /><ul><li> 1 x 200 T AHC Crane
  22. 22. 120 PAX</li></li></ul><li>10<br />MPSV – LARGE SIZE<br />Deepwater<br />3 On Order<br />Delivery ’08 – ’10<br />6 existing vessels in fleet<br /><ul><li>DWT > 4,000 T
  23. 23. LOA > 80m
  24. 24. Breadth > 19m
  25. 25. Deck Area > 800 m2
  26. 26. DPII
  27. 27. Diesel Electric
  28. 28. Subsea Crane
  29. 29. 50 – 77 PAX</li></li></ul><li>11<br />MPSV 75Self-propelled multi-purpose offshore support vessel<br />Deepwater<br />2 On Order<br />Delivery ’09<br /><ul><li> DWT > 2,000 T
  30. 30. LOA > 75m
  31. 31. Breadth > 19.5m
  32. 32. Deck Area > 850 m2
  33. 33. DPII
  34. 34. Diesel Electric
  35. 35. Ship to ship offshore crane (40 T @ 9m)
  36. 36. Deck crane (10 T @ 12m)
  37. 37. 103 PAX</li></li></ul><li>12<br />MPSV- MEDIUM SIZE <br />Deepwater<br />4 On Order<br />Delivery: ’08 –’09<br />2 existing vessels in fleet<br /><ul><li> 3,100 T DWT
  38. 38. 73m x 16.5m
  39. 39. 675 m2
  40. 40. DP II
  41. 41. Diesel Electric
  42. 42. Subsea Crane
  43. 43. 40 PAX</li></li></ul><li>13<br />MPSV- SMALL SIZE <br />Deepwater<br />3 On Order<br />Delivery: ’08 <br />1 existing vessels in fleet<br /><ul><li> 60m x 15.6m
  44. 44. 1,200 T DWT
  45. 45. 377 m2
  46. 46. Subsea Crane
  47. 47. 44 PAX
  48. 48. DP II</li></li></ul><li>14<br />MPSV ActivityBourbon Offshore Gaia Services<br />WellJumper installation:<br />Flexible or rigid<br />X.Mas tree installation<br />
  49. 49. 15<br />LARGE PSV PX105 and P105<br />Deepwater<br />7 On Order<br />Delivery: ’08 -10<br />6 existing vessels in fleet<br /><ul><li>DWT > 4,000 T
  50. 50. LOA > 80m
  51. 51. Breadth > 19m
  52. 52. Deck Area > 800 m2
  53. 53. DP II
  54. 54. Diesel Electric</li></li></ul><li>16<br />PSV – MEDIUM SIZE<br />Deepwater <br />4 On Order<br />Delivery: ’08 – ’09<br />20 existing vessels in fleet<br /><ul><li>3,100 T DWT
  55. 55. 73m x 16.5m
  56. 56. 675 m2
  57. 57. Methanol Capacity
  58. 58. DP II
  59. 59. Diesel Electric</li></li></ul><li>17<br />AHTS 125T BOLLARD PULL<br />Deepwater<br />5 On Order<br />Delivery: ’09<br />9 existing vessels in fleet<br /><ul><li> 10,900 BHP
  60. 60. 120 T Bollard Pull
  61. 61. 250 MT Line Pull Winch</li></li></ul><li>18<br />AHT / TERMINAL TUG90T Bollard Pull<br />8 On Order<br />Deepwater & Continental Shelf<br />Delivery: ’09<br />6 existing vessels in fleet<br /><ul><li> 7,500 BHP
  62. 62. 90T ahead / 80T astern
  63. 63. 150 MT Line Pull Winch</li></li></ul><li>19<br />FSIV<br />Deepwater & Continental Shelf<br />16 On Order<br />Delivery: ’08 – ’09<br />8 existing vessels in fleet<br /><ul><li> Speed: 22 knots – 30 knots
  64. 64. Passengers > 65
  65. 65. Deck Cargo > 250 Tons
  66. 66. Below Deck Capacity
  67. 67. Fuel
  68. 68. Water
  69. 69. Drilling Fluids</li></li></ul><li>20<br />SURFER<br />Deepwater & Continental Shelf<br />44 On Order<br />Delivery: ’08 – ‘09<br />Over 100 existing vessels in fleet<br /><ul><li> Speed: 27 – 35 knots
  70. 70. Passengers: 25 - 90
  71. 71. Deck Cargo: 10 – 20 Tons </li></li></ul><li>21<br />HSESafety Programme<br />
  72. 72. 22<br />Operations Stability Solution Software<br />3D modelling - Real-time calculation<br /> Intact and direct damaged stability<br />Checking criteria, including 2007 NMD<br /> Automatic replication with the office<br /> Added Features<br />Deck loading module <br />Interface with tank tender system, when appropriate<br />Towing/AH module with winch interface<br />Crane module for all vessels fitted with offshore crane (MPSV)<br /> Emergency Response Organisation<br />Dedicated specialized team 24h<br /> All vessel database accessible<br />Special operations<br />
  73. 73. 23<br />Maintenance - ReliabilityTechnical Committee<br />TECHNICIAN & PARTS<br />Common data base<br />MAINTENANCE ALERT SYSTEM<br />Sharing experience<br />DRY DOCKING<br />Dedicated team<br />TECHNICAL COMMITTEE<br />NEWBUILDING CLAIMS & FEEDBACK<br />COMMON SPARES<br />Vessels series<br />SHORE TECHNICAL SUPPORT<br />
  74. 74. 24<br />Information SystemULYSSES<br /> Area<br />BINL / SS<br />4 MODULES<br />CREWING<br />HSE<br />Remote Office,<br />e.g. Marseille<br />Remote User,<br /> Internet access <br />Vessel server<br />(Dedicated database) <br />Central Server (Worldwide Database)<br />BON<br />BOS<br />BOG<br />VPN network<br />VSat Solutions<br />MAINTENANCE<br />PURCHASING<br />
  75. 75. 25<br />Bourbon Horizon 2010Human Resources Challenge<br />Total Officers & Training<br />Now<br />On-going Training 14%<br />1200 men year over 4 years<br />RECRUITMENT RESERVOIRS<br />20% SCHOOL / 30% COMPETITION / 50% SHIPPING INDUSTRY<br />
  76. 76. 26<br />Training program for cadet 1st class graduate To become AHTS Captain/Chief Engineer<br />Target is to train:<br /> 30 cadets a year<br />To be developed for each reservoir and area <br />
  77. 77. 27<br />Bourbon Training Policy3 AXIS<br />
  78. 78. 28<br />1st AxisInduction, Familiarization and Handover<br />On shore Main Office: Bourbon Training Center*<br />2 days for each new employee<br />1 day for existing personnel or personnel promoted <br />On board (according to Bourbon matrix)*<br />Computer Based Training (video, presentation…)<br />Best practice offshore during handover<br /><ul><li>1 day program for normal handover
  79. 79. 3 days program for specific handover
  80. 80. 7 to 10 days program for promotion</li></ul>* Content to be provided by Bourbon Offshore<br />
  81. 81. 29<br />2nd Axis Bourbon Standards Definition <br />“DNV SEA SKILLS” allows competence assessment to be made to determine the core knowledge and skills of each key officer<br />All key officers will undergo continuous assessment and improvement under the “Sea Skills” program<br />Specific training methods will be developed and used to address Officer’s knowledge or skills gaps<br />The competencies are based on maritime regulatory and Company QSMS requirements. <br />
  82. 82. 30<br />2. Bourbon Standard Definition Core Competency<br />Experience does not = Competence<br />Knowledge<br />Skills<br />Attitude<br />Experience<br />Competence =<br />Level 1: Knowledge (K)<br />Level 2: Understanding (U)<br />Level 3: Application (A)<br />Level 4: Integration (I)<br />
  83. 83. 31<br />2. Bourbon Standard DefinitionHandover / Qualification Matrix<br />
  84. 84. 32<br />3rd AxisOn Going Training<br />REFERENT OFFICERS<br />Competency Assessment<br />INDUCTION, FAMILIARIZATION, HANDOVER<br />TASK ASSISTANT<br />CBT MODULES VESSELS<br />WORKSHOPS, SCHOOLS,<br />SIMULATION CENTRE<br />DEDICATED VESSELS<br />
  85. 85. 33<br />3. Bourbon Training CentersSimulator Training<br />DP centers (IMCA) in operation in Manila, Marseille, Norway, USA<br />First training courses on AHTS SIMULATOR in Marseille<br />AHTS SIMULATOR in Singapore<br />

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