OCTOBER 2016 - FREE SPAN CORRECTION - CHEVRON (ANGOLA)
STAPEM performed free span corrections on CHEVRON’s oil field in Cabinda with JIFMAR multipurpose vessel ROXANE Z chartered by SAIPEM.
Between 6 and 12m depth, ULO Bags with cement injection have been installed to correct free spans at KP3 and KP9 on CABGOS OE18’’ pipeline.
SEPTEMBER 2016 - "RANDEEP" VESSEL - ANGOLA
In the frame of it's activities in Angola for TOTAL, STAPEM has just been selected to provide a vessel for supporting the diving operations on B17 and B32.
The vessel selected is the "RANDEEP".
JUNE 2016 - MISSION CORYMBE - POINTE NOIRE
STAPEM OFFSHORE CONGO intervened by underwater welding on propeller shaft protector system of a French navy ship (aviso LV Lavalee) in Pointe-Noire area. That allowed the navy ship to carry on the Corymbe mission in the gulf of Guinea.
The Corymbe operational presence has been led almost permanently since 1990 by the French armed forces. In relation with the neighbour Navies, it participates in the reduction of the maritime insecurity and in the protection of French interests.
STAPEM OFFSHORE CONGO has been referenced by the National Navy Support Organization.
NOV 2015 - ADIPEC - ABU DHABI
We are proud to announce that STAPEM OFFSHORE & D2M held a stand at ADIPEC, the Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference held in Abu Dhabi from November 9th till November 12th.
Under the patronage of HH Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of UAE and the Ministry of Energy, ADIPEC is the platform for Oil & Gas professionals to do business. Oil, petrochemicals, gas, engineering & construction sectors were represented.
Many visitors from national & international companies showed interest in our activities and got information about our companies.
ADIPEC which gathers more than 85000 visitors, is the world’s meeting point for Oil & Gas Professionals.
stapem improves its dive systems with 2 new 1800 DECOMPRESSION CHAMBERS INTEGRATING THE LATEST TECHNICAL IMPROVEMENTS & SAFETY FEATURES
Containerised A1800 Chamber with 16 Cylinder Air Bank - MIXED GAS - DNV Offshore container 2.7-1.
Chamber Internal video Camera system - internally fitted camera in each lock with a LCD screen mounted to the control panel for observation .
The 1800 twin-lock decompression chamber facility allows divers to ‘surface’, or decompress in a safe environment within the chamber. The chamber provides two locks, an entry lock and a main lock. The main lock is typically where hyperbaric treatment and surfacing takes place. The entry lock allows rapid compression for personnel wishing to enter the main lock without the need to depressurise the main lock.
The doors are fitted with seals which should be checked for dirt and damage on each use. The chamber is designed so that when the chamber is pressurised, the doors are held closed by the chamber pressure and accidental opening of the doors is less possible (as opening the door requires overcoming the pressure holding it closed). This is to prevent accidental opening of the doors and subsequent injuries that can occur if the chamber is under pressure and the door is opened. The entry lock’s door should not be attempted to be opened while the entry lock is under pressure, neither should the main lock’s door be attempted to be opened when the main lock is under pressure. The main lock door can be easily opened if the pressure of the entry and main lock respectively has been equalised.
A number of options are available for communication between chamber occupants and chamber operators. Backup power supplies are provided to maintain power and functionality in the event of loss of main power. The chamber is fitted with shell valves which, if needed, allow the operator and chamber occupants to control the pressure in the chamber without the use of the chamber panel. The chamber is delivered with specific valves wire-sealed open with frangible wire as normal operation does not require those valves to be adjusted (the wire can be broken and the valve operated in an emergency). The chamber panel valves are all free to operate and not wired, as this is the primary means of gas control for the chamber.
JULY 2015 - AUDIT APPROVAL (06-07)
FRANCE & ANGOLA - ISO 9001 AUDIT APPROVED BY
Audit objectives achieved: “Yes, without comment”
Reviews of the management system:
• Maturity and efficiency: the continuous improvement is visible at every level.
• The results are implemented in a very operational way and correctly reinforced during management reviews.
• No failures detected, despite the distance separating the sites, their number and the rotation regime submitted to the teams.
• Moreover, the high HSE requirements of customers are very well integrated.
• There is a genuine consistency between policy, objectives and targets: these elements are correctly defined at every level of
APRIL 2015 - SAFETY DAY 1 (25/04)
BLOCK 17 - MAN RECOVERY EXERCISE AT SEA USING A SYSTEM INVENTED
BY A DOCTOR OF BLOCK 17
Mooring teams (tanker drivers, berthing drivers, coxwains, seamen)
APRIL 2015 - SAFETY DAY 2 (26-27/04)
BLOCK 17 - MALILA - 2 FULL DAYS WITH THE DIVING STAFF &
THE PROJECT MANAGER, STAPEM QHSE SUPERVISER, CREW OF MALILA
(BOURBON), REPRESENTATIVE OF TEPA
BLOCK 17 - HOOK UP OF FPSO CLOV OFFLOADING BUOY