Olympic Shipping News

Delta SubSea Adds New Vessel

 Delta SubSea has entered into an agreement with Norwegian company Olympic Shipping AS for the Olympic Delta, a newly built Multipurpose Subsea Support & Construction Vessel.   The Olympic Delta is a 94m-long green-friendly vessel designed for greatly reduced fuel consumption and emissions. It will carry two Schilling HD 150 HP work-class remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) from DSS’s fleet, with the focus on inspection, repair and maintenance jobs, says a statement from the company.   The Vessel designed according to DNV class, with high focus on reduced fuel consumption

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Delta SubSea Secures New Build Olympic Delta

    Delta SubSea, LLC has entered into an agreement with Olympic Shipping AS for the Olympic Delta, a newly built multipurpose subsea support and construction vessel. The Olympic Delta is a GREEN Vessel designed according to DNV class, with high focus on reduced fuel consumption, which also means lesser emission to the environment. The vessel is equipped with two Delta SubSea Schilling HD 150 HP work-class remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) from DSS’s fleet.   Scott Dingman, DSS’s President – CEO, said, “The Olympic Delta will extend our growth in the internatio

Flagship A PGS Titan-class survey vessel at work in the  Barents Sea. Courtesy Petroleum Geo-Services ASA

Kongsberg EVOTEC: All about A-Frames

;s extra value for customers in active heave-compensating for deepwater,”  Kopperstad asserts, adding that a 650 kW drive offers more power at key intervals for better lift. He confirms the offshore focus is for ROV handling systems for the likes of Technip, Oceaneering Swire Seabed, Olympic Shipping or Deep Ocean. Some “10 to 20” installations a year seem to be needed to keep things viable “If you ask me, next month I think that (customer) list will be double,” said Kopperstad. In the wings, Ewotec is understood to be readying the release of a new inspection,

Olympic Ares, on charter to Bibby Offshore from April this year.

Bibby Remote Intervention Expands Fleet

subsea installation contractor, Bibby Offshore, has further expanded its fleet by signing a charter agreement for an IRM (Inspection Repair and Maintenance) light construction vessel and adding an additional two ROVs (Remote Operating Vehicles) to its operations. The charter agreement with Olympic Shipping is for a newly built MT6021 vessel for a three year period, with options to extend for an additional two years. The vessel will be mobilized with ROVs from BRIL and is expected to arrive in Aberdeen in early April next year. Mike Arnold, Bibby Offshore’s chief operating officer for

Recovery of Bluefin-12S from A-frame.

Mega Machines Unmanned Systems take Center Stage

of Operations. UTV1200 can be provided on project specific terms or through a long term lease, in coordination with our expertise, we can offer operational teams to undertake all trenching project requirements. Bibby Remote Intervention Limited (BRIL) has secured a multimillion contract with Olympic Shipping to install two 150 horsepower deep water Quasar ROVs onboard the construction support vessel (CSV), Olympic Ares. The two ROVs will be installed in the purpose built ROV hangers onboard the vessel by BRIL for ROV and survey services. This follows the signing of a charter agreement with Bibby

Olympic Ares

Bibby Remote Intervention Adds to ROV Fleet

Bibby Remote Intervention Limited (BRIL) has secured a multimillion pound contract with Olympic Shipping to install two 150 horsepower deep water Quasar ROVs onboard the construction support vessel (CSV), Olympic Ares. The two ROVs will be installed in the purpose built ROV hangers onboard the vessel by BRIL for ROV and survey services. This follows the signing of a charter agreement with Bibby Offshore and Olympic Shipping for the Olympic Ares for a seasonal charter during 2014 with options to extend.  BRIL will install the ROVs in Q4 this year and Bibby Offshore and Olympic will jointly

CSV Olympic ARES

Bibby Offshore Charters Construction Support Vessel

Aberdeen-based subsea installation contractor Bibby Offshore has signed a charter agreement for construction support vessel (CSV), the Olympic ARES. The agreement with Olympic Shipping will initially be a seasonal charter beginning at the end of Q1 2014 with options to extend.  The vessel will be mobilized with ROVs from Bibby Offshore’s sister company Bibby Remote Intervention Limited and the companies together with Olympic Shipping shall jointly market the vessel from when it arrives in Aberdeen this month. Andrew Duncan, president and managing director of Bibby Subsea said

Duncan Macpherson

Reef Subsea Headed by New CEO

Officer. Both positions will be fundamental in developing the business further and will offer exciting opportunities for senior executives in the industry. As part of the new strategy, Reef Subsea also announced that it will no longer take delivery of the newbuild MT 6022 MkII design vessel from Olympic Shipping, originally planned for delivery Q3 2013. Reef Subsea will now look to place a commitment on a similar capability vessel for delivery during 2014. The timing of this new commitment will be aligned with the delivery of the reorganization process, whilst suiting the demand Reef Subsea sees from

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