Oil & Gas
With an extraordinary history in delivering subsea projects Global Marine is in a prime position to offer a wide variety of innovative cabling solutions to the oil and gas sector.
Global Marine has a wide range of offshore support vessels capable of carrying out a diverse range of subsea engineering projects, able to operate in both deep and shallow water.
The Symphony is a purpose-built IMR and ROV support vessel, designed to address the demands of deepwater remote intervention, renewables, construction and survey markets. The vessel offers significantly increased deck space, with additional features which enhance her overall utility and productivity, particularly in a construction support role.
The Symphony is a multi-purpose vessel built in 2011 with an extensive 1,400m² deck space, and proven experience on projects in the offshore renewables and oil & gas markets.
The acquisition, announced on 12 October 2017, is subject to customary closing conditions, and is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2017.
Networker is the first purpose-built cable-working barge in South East Asia. One of the largest vessels of her kind, she is specifically designed to provide shallow water expertise throughout the Asia Pacific region.
Networker can overcome the most challenging seabed terrain, whilst her all-electric drive ensures maximum flexibility and control during narrow corridor cable installation operations.
The purpose-built barge has been involved in numerous installation projects, which include a number supporting oil and gas customers. Networker completed the installation and burial of 71km of fibre optic cable in Papua New Guinea for Saipem as well as undertaking a cable installation project which required using Global Marine’s rock cutting specialist equipment in Russia for Sakhalin Energy IC.
The CS Recorder is a high bollard pull, dynamically positioned, cable installation vessel with an economical fuel footprint. The vessel incorporates a 60t A-Frame system and 60t Tow Winch.
The two main cable tanks allow the installation of up to around 5,200t of submarine cable, the two ancillary tanks allow for a further 1000t of submarine cable to be carried.
The vessel can provide installation of cables to full ocean depths, including the capability for simultaneous lay and burial utilising plough and trenching ROV systems.
Cable Innovator is a multi-role DPS-2 vessel and is capable of handling a wide variety of subsea tasks required by such diverse industries as oil and gas, telecommunications and deep sea research.
The vessel holds an impressive track record most recently completing a platform to platform fibre connectivity project in the North Sea for Tampnet. Other notable projects in her CV include: the transpacific project China-US, the transatlantic system TAT 14 as well as completing work for the offshore engineering company Swecomex in the Gulf of Mexico.
Cable Retriever is a purpose designed, all stern working cable ship, equipped with an XT600 remotely operated vehicle (ROV). Stationed in the Far East, the vessel provides repair and maintenance services for cable owners in the South East Asia and Indian Ocean Cable Maintenance Agreement (SEAIOCMA) region.
Pacific Guardian is a purpose built cable maintenance ship, equipped with a remotely operated vehicle (ROV). Stationed in Curacao, the vessel provides repair and maintenance services for cable owners in the Atlantic Cable Maintenance Agreement (ACMA).
Wave Sentinel was converted in 1999 as a cable lay and multi-purpose offshore support vessel, and has been designed and constructed to a very high standard giving her the capability to install and maintain subsea cable.
Currently Wave Sentinel is committed to ACMA the Atlantic Cable Maintenance Agreement and has a split base spending six months in Portland, UK before moving onto Bermuda.