New Wave Media

February 5, 2014

Stork Showcases Subsea Asset Integrity Solutions

Following the recent divestment of its Subsea division to N-Sea Group, Stork is continuing to develop and invest in subsea integrity technology, cathodic protection, bolting, tensioning and tooling operations.

The divestment of Stork’s Subsea division has been part of a strategic review of the business, which signals a continuation of the company’s commitment to offering  products, services and innovations on both a standalone and integrated basis; yet seeking to work with clients in a more strategic way. 

One example of this integrated method of working, is Stork’s recent contract win with BG Group. Through a strategic alliance, Stork and WGPSN will work with BG Group’s North Sea operations to provide engineering, project management and construction, shutdowns, asset integrity and maintenance to its offshore facilities over the next 5 years on Armada, Everest and Lomond assets in the central North Sea. The combined contracts value is around £300 million, reinforcing Stork as a first class asset integrity partner.

At Subsea Expo Stork will be showcasing the company’s wider subsea capabilities, and will be exhibiting at stand no. 130 to promote its subsea integrity technological advances. This will include Stork’s extensive range of hydraulic joint integrity equipment and specialist tooling alongside its industry first innovation; Seatooth CP.

Stork’s subsea bolt tensioning and hydraulic equipment services include full project management solutions from tool selection, bolt load calculations, subsea mechanical training and hydraulic equipment hire.   Stork supply a range of hydraulic torque and impact wrenches, hose reel - twin umbilicals, pump units, Wach guillotine saws, grinders and breakers.

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