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Jee Sees Rise in Pigging and Plugging Projetcs

Jee Ltd. said its pigging and plugging division has had 11 new projects awarded by six different clients across Europe, Africa and South East Asia in Q1 of 2017. The new projects, nine of which relate to pigging and two to plugging projects, are being delivered alongside eight contracts continuing from 2016.   Sitting within Jee’s core engineering capabilities, the new 2017 scopes cover the full asset lifecycle from new projects to decommissioning pigging scopes and range from: Feasibility and concept studies for “unpiggable” or challenging pipelines and plugging


Funding for Jee’s Excalibur system

Jee Ltd awarded £75k funding by Innovate UK for conceptual design of tidal array cable solution, ‘Excalibur’ Technologies which harness tidal energy (i.e. tidal energy convertors or TECs) are in the advanced stages of development. Single TECs have been tested in UK waters for some time but only recently has a fully commercial, grid-connected array been installed. Despite the rapid progress the tidal sector is relatively immature and the greatest challenge is to find a cost-effective method to deploy these technologies at a large scale. Only then will these projects become commercial

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Jee Wins Array Cable Optimization Study Contract

Subsea engineering and training company Jee Ltd. informs it has been awarded a contract by Scottish Power Renewables to carry out an array cable layout optimization study for the East Anglia ONE (EAONE) offshore wind farm.   EAONE is a development planned off the coast of East Anglia for 102 turbines; enough to power more than 50,000 homes every year, as quoted by Scottish Power Renewables.    Scottish Power Renewables has contracted Jee to optimize the wind farm array cable layout, focusing on minimizing CAPEX and OPEX. The study will aim to minimize potential loss of revenue

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Jee Evaluates Array Cable Risk in UK

Jee Ltd, a subsea cable specialist engineering company, has completed a project for a wind farm operator to assess the risks to the array cables within a UK offshore wind farm. With concerns about the integrity of cables on the wind farm, the operator awarded Jee a contract in March 2016 to compile a risk framework to be used as a basis for a risk based inspection (RBI) plan. As part of the study, Jee determined and ranked the risks to the array cables and provided guidance on the acceptability of each risk. Cable spans along the seabed and spans at the monopile bases due to scour were a particula

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Tullow Awards Jee North Sea Decom Work

Tullow Oil has awarded a contract to subsea engineering and training firm Jee Ltd to investigate the most appropriate options for decommissioning their Thames area assets.   Awarded in February 2016, the contract relates to the decommissioning of the Horne, Wren, Wissey, Orwell and Thurne fields in the Southern North Sea. In order to decommission these assets, Tullow has submitted decommissioning programs to the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) which have been approved, along with a joint environmental impact assessment with Perenco (co-operators of the Thames field).   

Jee to Host ‘Unpiggable’ Pipelines Webinar

Webinar to share industry advances in pigging ‘unpiggable’ pipelines   Subsea engineering and training company, Jee Ltd, will draw on its subsea inspection and pigging expertise to host a free-to-attend webinar exploring the topic on January 20, 2016.   Available to a global audience, the webinar - ‘Industry advances in pigging ‘unpiggable’ pipelines’ - will be presented by Senior Engineer, Rob Davies, and will give participants an understanding of how to overcome typical challenges associated with ‘unpiggable’ or challenging pipelines.

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Jee Secures Contract Extension with BP

Independent multi-discipline subsea engineering and training firm Jee Ltd informs it has secured a contract extension with BP for the provision of integrity management services and in-line inspection engineering support in the North Sea. The contract involves project coordination, risk and corrosion management, span assessment, intelligent and operational pigging support and ad hoc engineering studies, Jee said. Jee has worked with BP for more than two decades on ad hoc global operations and project support in locations including Aberdeen, Grangemouth and London in the U.K., and Angola

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Jee Launches 2016 Course Schedule

Press release - Jee Ltd  has unveiled its 2016 course schedule and training and development brochure offering new cost-effective, flexible training programmes for the global oil and gas and offshore wind industry. Covering the whole life-of-field, Jee has designed its portfolio of 27 courses to help subsea engineers build on their existing competencies and meet the standards demanded of them at every stage of their career. With a reputation for excellence, Jee has been training the global oil and gas industry for more than 20 years, working with over 7000 delegates in 37 countries. With a

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Jee’s Span Assessment Expertise Delivers Savings

Jee Ltd, a multi-disciple subsea engineering and training firm, announced it has completed more than 1,000 specialist span assessments already this year, delivering cost-savings by avoiding remediation work. Graham Wilson, Head of Late Life at Jee Limited, said, “Pipeline spans are formed due to an uneven seabed, scour or sandwaves, and can cause integrity issues with potential catastrophic and costly results. These spans can be susceptible to failure through fatigue and, as span length increases, the risk of fatigue damage due to direct wave loading or vortex-induced vibrations (VIV) also

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