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CCC (Underwater Engineering) has been awarded a contract to undertake I.R.M. services, offshore Abu Dhabi. The I.R.M. campaign will be performed utilizing CCC (UE) owned DP2 “CCC Pioneer” and air diving equipment/personnel for detailed CVI of boat landings, riser protections, fenders, risers, clamps, UT measurements, inspection of caissons, anode inspection and ACFM inspections of the existing platforms.

The project is mobilized in August and is expected to last around 4 months.

CCC (UE) has been awarded a contract by a leading EPC contractor in the region for Diving Support Vessel (DSV) charter, to carry out subsea installation activities related to subsea spools installation, riser installation, subsea surveys, umbilical and flexible pipeline installation, ICCP anode installation and grouting works.

The DPII DSV “Said Aletheia” with built-in ABS classed saturation and air diving system with SPHL, observation class ROV, diving and ROV teams have been mobilised by CCC (UE) to undertake the required scope of work. The project has an expected duration of approximately 6 months.

 

CCC (UE) has completed a six-month contract in KSA for a leading EPC contractor in the region. The DPII vessel “CCC Pioneer” along with fully manned ABS classed saturation diving system, SPHL, Air support, observation class ROV, construction support equipment, diving and survey teams undertook the successful installation of:

  • 44 Riser clamps
  • 62 Spools
  • 44 gout bags
  • 36 ICCP cables
  • 21 Mattresses
  • 6 J-Tube bellmouth modifications

The CCC Pioneer has subsequently returned back to the UAE, where it is booked for its five years SPE survey and dry-docking, prior to mobilizing to a four month IRM contract offshore Abu Dhabi.

CCC (Underwater Engineering) has completed the 1st Phase of the external inspection of subsea pipelines, offshore Abu Dhabi.  The 1st Phase of operations were conducted between August 2018 and April this year, and covered 1,500 km of pipeline (214 pipelines).

The platform used to undertake the subsea external inspection was the CCC owned and operated Saab Seaeye Leopard 1706 remote operated vehicle (ROV). The WROV was fitted with three HD cameras, Valeport bathy suite, mini SVP, CP, UT, laser line generator, MCS PRC system and two Kongsberg M3 profiling sonars. The WROV was tracked subsea using a combination of a Sonardyne Mini-Ranger 2 USBL (Ultra-Short BaseLine) system from the CCC Maritime 2 multipurpose dive support vessel and a Sonardyne SPRINT-Nav 500 all-in-one subsea navigation system installed on the WROV.

The 2nd Phase will cover the remaining 102 pipelines and is expected to commence in Q3/Q4 this year.

CCC (UE) have been awarded a contract by a leading EPC contractor in the region for Diving Support Vessel charter to carry out subsea installation activities related to subsea spools installation, ICCP cables, concrete sleepers installation, concrete mattresses installation, grouting works and pre-commissioning assistance.

The project is scheduled to mobilise to KSA in December 2018 for a duration of approximately 6 months.

The  DPII vessel “CCC Pioneer” along with fully manned ABS classed saturation diving system, SPHL, Air support, observation class ROV, construction support equipment, diving and survey teams will be mobilised by CCC (UE) to undertake the required scope of work.

CCC (Underwater Engineering) has been awarded a contract to undertake ROV as-built surveys of subsea pipelines, offshore Abu Dhabi. As-built survey operations will be conducted utilising the CCC (UE) owned DP2 “Said Aletheia” and Seaeye Cougar XTi 1449 Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV). The ROV as-built pipeline survey scope will cover 9 pipelines with an approximate accumulative survey distance of 200km.