We offer a complete handling system for well intervention (wire-line WL & coiled-tubing CT) and control systems.
Following the acquisition of ODIM, we now have the capability to deliver complete automated handling systems for well intervention in addition to our current range of ship design and integrated system solutions.
Offshore well intervention from vessels instead of rigs and platforms continues to be a growing market. Rolls-Royce can supply customers with automated handling systems for well intervention and drilling systems on vessels, as well as proven ship designs with full packages of marine equipment and systems.
The pioneering vessels UT 737 Island Frontier and UT 767 CD Island Wellserver have shown that light well intervention from moderate size ships is both successful and economically attractive, while the vessels have proved to be stable and comfortable platforms. The Odim contribution comes in the form of handling equipment for performing the actual intervention work.
This includes towers with heavecompensated hoisting systems, deck skidding arrangements for moving heavy equipment safely around the deck, coiled tubing reels and CT guidance systems, riser and pipe equipment for safe handling of high pressure intervention risers, tubulars and tool joints and more.
As offshore oil and gas exploration and production moves into deeper and more hostile waters, subsea construction is becoming the norm.
The work not only depends on capable and seakindly vessels with dynamic positioning and minimum motions as the platform for operations, typified by vessels from the UT-series, but also specialised handling systems on and under the deck.
Rolls-Royce, has for many years, been the leading supplier of offshore anchorhandling winches and has developed the Safer Deck Operations range of systems to make the job of handling chain, wire and rope, anchors and equipment on the deck of anchorhandlers safer by reducing the amount of manual intervention from the crew.
The Odim integration expands capability in several areas, in particular deep water operations using synthetic fibre rope.