Gerard Keser News

L-R: Gerard Keser, N-Sea CEO; Jochem Langenhuijzen, Bodac CEO; Paul van Waalwijk van Doorn, N-Sea General Manager; Dirk van de Vleuten, Bodac Manager  (Photo: N-Sea)

N-Sea, BODAC Partner for UXO Projects

, detection, identification, and removal activities of UXOs. Care for aircraft wreckage, and archeological finds also forms part of the services rendered by BODAC. In delivering their services, BODAC combines expert knowledge backed by relevant certificates and modern equipment.   N-Sea CEO, Gerard Keser, welcomes the agreement between the companies: “The cooperation between N-Sea and BODAC will significantly reduce the required interface between different service suppliers and our customers. Together, N-Sea and BODAC have the track record, project management teams, vessels, survey equipment

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MTR100: N-Sea

, equipment and fleet to deliver flexible subsea solutions, combined with cutting edge health and safety innovation, for the most technically challenging work scopes.   Industrieweg 29, Zierikzee, The Netherlands Phone: +31 (0)111 456000 Email: info@n-sea.com www.n-sea.com/ CEO/President: Gerard Keser Number of Employees: 125 Vice President: Roddy James, COO Marketing Director: Rienk de Vries, CCO GM: Patrick Feeleus (Offshore) Engineering Director: Edwin Smits      (As published in the July/August 2016 MTR100 edition of Marine Technology Reporter

The Noordhoek Pathfinder vessel (Photo: N-Sea)

Seabed Scan Uncovers Explosives off Germany

of a mobile x-ray machine.   “The corridor started in very shallow water mudflats for a 12 nautical mile zone, north of Borkum in Germany, which is a very challenging environment known for its shallow waters, high currents and continuously moving sandbanks,” said N-Sea’s CEO, Gerard Keser.   “Despite the many challenges and intricacies of the campaign, we successfully identified and destroyed three explosive devices and are proud to have been involved in such an important project,” Keser continued.  

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In-situ Subsea Cable Repair

More in Islandmagee, County Antrim and Auchencrosh in Ayrshire. The fault area was located approximately 2.5km from the Scottish coast and submerged between one and three meters below the seabed, in approximately 25 meters of water. Explaining the technology and design behind the product, CEO Gerard Keser  (pictured above) said, “The principle employed by ESB International is based on an incubator design which surrounds the cable section whilst providing a dry and conditioned repair option. We deployed our TUP Diving System (Transfer Under Pressure) along with one of our subsea support

 (Photo: N-Sea)

In-situ Subsea Cable Repair

More in Islandmagee, County Antrim and Auchencrosh in Ayrshire. The fault area was located approximately 2.5km from the Scottish coast and submerged between one and three meters below the seabed, in approximately 25 meters of water. Explaining the technology and design behind the product, CEO Gerard Keser  (pictured below) said, “The principle employed by ESB International is based on an incubator design which surrounds the cable section whilst providing a dry and conditioned repair option. We deployed our TUP Diving System (Transfer Under Pressure) along with one of our subsea support

Gerard Keser (Photo: N-Sea)

Innovative In-situ Subsea Cable Repair

More in Islandmagee, County Antrim and Auchencrosh in Ayrshire. The fault area was located approximately 2.5km from the Scottish coast and submerged between one and three metres below the seabed, in approximately 25 meters of water.   Explaining the technology and design behind the product, CEO Gerard Keser said, “The principle employed by ESB International is based on an incubator design which surrounds the cable section whilst providing a dry and conditioned repair option. We deployed our TUP Diving System (Transfer Under Pressure) along with one of our subsea support vessels, the Siem N-Sea

The TUP Diving System (Photo courtesy of N-Sea)

N-Sea Completes Inaugural System Diving Scope

system, triple lock decompression chamber, gas diver control (Air/Trimix/Nitrox) and hyperbaric rescue craft. During the last year the system has undergone a complete refit and has been converted to allow it to be used as a mobile system, deployable from most DPII support vessels and platforms. Gerard Keser, CEO of N-Sea, said, “The TUP Diving System enables N-Sea to offer a safe, complete and very cost effective solution to customers. The system is safe, because there is no surface decompression interval and the system allows protected transfer through the splash zone. It’s an enhanced

DSV Chartered by N-SEA, Wide Range of IMR Devices Fitted

projects for the North Sea’s best known oil and gas operators. “From the DPII DSV Northern River N-SEA will deploy it’s skilled and dedicated teams offering full TUP Diving, survey and inspection capabilities, which will also be supported by experienced onshore teams,” said Gerard Keser, N-Sea’s managing director. “The DPII DSV Northern River will be performing vessel duties this season, including pipeline, platform and subsea structure inspection, and construction support. This will also be supported by the experienced Serco Marine Services crew and onshore teams

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