Oceaneering International, Inc. (‘Oceaneering’) has been awarded a two-year Integrity Management contract with Total E&P Danmark (‘Total’) to support its significant Tyra Redevelopment project in the Danish North Sea.
Oceaneering’s scope includes the full development of Tyra’s integrity management programme, developing risk-based assessments (RBAs) that will enable effective and optimised inspection and monitoring for all pressure systems and piping, topsides and jacket structures as well as pipelines.
Managed from their Aberdeen office, Oceaneering will use a multi-disciplined team of corrosion, inspection, structural and pipeline engineers, with specialist experience in delivering large-scale integrity scopes.
Bill Boyle, Senior Vice President for Oceaneering’s Asset Integrity business said: “We are working collaboratively with Total to ensure that the Tyra Redevelopment becomes a world-class operating facility. This project is defining the way in which integrity management is delivered, and our full suite of services will help to accomplish Total’s goal of enabling remote operations of the future platform.”
In addition to the Tyra Redevelopment, Oceaneering provides a range of other services to Total, from topsides inspection management services in the UK North Sea to ROV, tooling and survey support globally.
Tyra, in production for over three decades, is a unique field. It processes 90% of the Denmark's gas production. Redevelopment not only secures production at the field for the next 25 years, but the infrastructure will enable operators to pursue new gas projects in the northern part of the Danish North Sea.
At peak production it is expected to produce the equivalent of supplying 1.5 million Danish homes with gas. The investment in this project is the largest of its kind within the Danish North Sea.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/20022019/oceaneering-awarded-integrity-management-programme-for-totals-tyra-redevelopment-project/
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