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Re: My ROV Offshore Hitch

Post Number:#61  Postby ironore » Thu Nov 27, 2008 2:25 pm

Adzri wrote:
ironore wrote:
Its a nice vessel bro...single room with attached bathroom.Food great.. local caterer company.. heard from reliable source saying this DPDSV drinks alot of fuel up to 40MT per day.. he said unless client is paying for the fuel then it will be the best shot for any task offshore..

as for the heli pad.. apparently its not certified by sapa ntah to land a chopper.. probably la kot sebab i was on board for close to two months and never a single chopper landed there even in an emergency case where a supervisor needed to be evacuated (due to family emergency) the supply boat being dispatch to sent him to the nearest platform..

alamak for the crane capacity.. i don't know la bro..


Syok ... la. I suspect you.

The cutter also can go down ??


can.. but have to put additional bouyancy on top to counter weight..
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Re: My ROV Offshore Hitch

Post Number:#62  Postby John F SeaDemon » Thu Nov 27, 2008 3:33 pm

I don't think they can take a medium sized heli on board la. That pad looks flimsy for a S-61.  Anyway, since when did they reclassify the Lewek Toucan to a DSV?  AHTS with DP-2 I know la. Hahaha.  They should look for something like the Enterprise-3 or something. But the 2000MT crane on the K2 is awesome. Deepwater stuff.

The Sapura3000 is slated to do about 6 deepwater job between 2008-2012.  We'll be deploying our rig by Q4 next year at Angsi.  So I'm now hunting for AHT, AHTS, AWB and DLB.
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Re: My ROV Offshore Hitch

Post Number:#63  Postby ironore » Thu Nov 27, 2008 3:49 pm

i don't think lewek toucan does any AHTS task.. mostly done by smaller support vessel such as Lewek Kea...
as for sapura 3000.. rov system onboard they have got Acergy Core Vehicle... unless Fugro manage to hassle some magic deal then probably they can out do acergy..

shopping bro shopping...
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Re: My ROV Offshore Hitch

Post Number:#64  Postby John F SeaDemon » Thu Nov 27, 2008 3:56 pm

Soon west coast Borneo will present more pipeline jobs la...
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Re: My ROV Offshore Hitch

Post Number:#65  Postby de @t » Thu Nov 27, 2008 4:49 pm

good day guys,
ironore nice photo there.
what is actually the function of the sleeper. Is it a pipe for something?
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Re: My ROV Offshore Hitch

Post Number:#66  Postby ironore » Thu Nov 27, 2008 5:05 pm

seabed not level... laying sleeper would help deduct stress on the layed pipe line..
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Re: My ROV Offshore Hitch

Post Number:#67  Postby salcom » Thu Nov 27, 2008 11:18 pm

can i simplify it by just saying is like a holder for the pipe? coz without sleeper, lifting and placing the pipe is a big prob too
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Re: My ROV Offshore Hitch

Post Number:#68  Postby yeye » Thu Nov 27, 2008 11:27 pm

huhuhu..nice... taknak datang survey Duyong ke? Shallow and pocket gas sudah byk kelihatan... :D :D
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Re: My ROV Offshore Hitch

Post Number:#69  Postby ironore » Wed Dec 24, 2008 9:05 pm

yeye wrote:huhuhu..nice... taknak datang survey Duyong ke? Shallow and pocket gas sudah byk kelihatan... :D :D


no problem can go there but then again have to see la which company got that contact.. survey task should be sap sap soi la..
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