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TPSMI becomes Petrodive

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In 2019, TPSMI Group becomes PETRODIVE.
Nothing else changes.

We keep our experience and our expertise to provide you the best subsea services.

Happy New Year, Happy New Name!

Replacement of a weakened steel sheet

replacement of a weakened steel sheet

Further to a previous detection and repairing of a piercing several months ago for one of our clients, we undertook thickness measures in the nearby zone which revealed a fragility and a need to change a steel sheet piece.
The zone being in a part of the hull with form, we created a template allowing to raise this form in the area where the cofferdam would be placed.
The operations ended after cleaning.

Another successfully executed operation by our teams. Contact us today and we will find solutions to your challenges.

Pipe repairing following a piercing

pipe repairing following a piercing

Further to the setting of the 4 anchor points on the zone following researches and the marking of the damaged zone that led to a piercing on the pipe, we set up the hoisting equipment using lifting bags and prepared the bottom zone of the pipe to install the trestles under the sound areas before cutting the damaged part.
The pipe cutting operations went on as planned (hydraulic saw set up, cutting, damaged part evacuation) et were followed by the manufacturing of the rail ends before setting up the 2 smart flanges, then metrology for a spool piece manufacturing.
The last day was dedicated to the cuff installation and the tightening of the set.

We thank our client for its trust and great feedback on this operation.

Benefit from our expertise and contact us to learn about the solutions we can provide to your business.

Congo

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We continue our collaboration with Perenco Congo. In addition to our regular maintenance operations, our teams took care this month of an electric cable laying and a Flexstream pipe installation between two platforms.
The operation was divided in two phases:
- Structure installation to fix the cable and pipe from the surface down to -78m depth
- Releasing of the cable and the pipe
Thereafter, an electrician team tested the electric cable and the divers team performed a hydro and air test followed by a ROV survey on the pipe on the entire distance.
The Flexstream pipe was then set in his I-tubes and collars from the surface down to -60m depth on both platforms.


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The SRP operations for Total EP Congo continue and our teams have performed various missions:
- Buoys inspection and cleaning
- Towing hawser changing
- TRH inspection
- Hoses cleaning
- Tanker connection and disconnection
Our teams have been working on this project for few months now and the client is satisfied with our professionalism, the quality and our services diversity.


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Many other successful operations took place in Congo during the past month in different fields:
- Deep Water anodes inspection
- Collars welding on I-tubes
- Bar attachment in-water cutting
- Ubolts installation by a rope access team
- Risers cleaning
- Risers load strut cutting
- Boat Landing replacement    
- Stem guide cutting and evacuation
- Thickness measurement
- Monitorings
- Anodes installation
- Pipes inspection
- Fabrication and installation of risers collars
- Installation of concrete mattress on pipes

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Gabon

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Our teams relay to complete the missions scheduled with our client Perenco Gabon.

Thanks to our versality, speed of execution and efficiency, we have managed to achieve several operations this month again during hundreds of diving hours:

- Intervention on power cable
- Bumper installation
- Chains cleaning
- Thickness and voltage measurement

- Sea Chest inspection and cleaning
- Ladder fabrication and installation
- Anodes installation and welding
- Frames inspection and cleaning

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Furthermore, we are currently performing a complete UWILD on the Mayumba FPSO. Our teams are following a strict methodology and the work will be continuing for the next 3 weeks.


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Our teams’ additional qualifications such as the IRATA are highly valued by our clients.
Therefore, when our divers are not in the waters, they can perform rope access operations: it is cost-effective for our clients as we can work on 2 different jobs with the same team.

Cameroon

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Petrodive Cameroon and Perenco Cameroon are keeping up the good work together.
Operations are running smoothly and this month, we organized an emergency /safety exercise.
These type of tests are randomly run in all our bases and offshore as a reminder to our teams that safety comes first!
The exercise is a complete reproduction of what could happen in real emergency situations. It is implemented in accordance with our HSE policy and all the current international recommendations and standards.

Ivory Coast

Petrodive Ivory Coast installation in Abidjan is progressing well.

We received our approval from the maritime and ports authorities.

Just in time for the end of the work on our boat: control room electrification, installation of the boat launch support for the life-raft, …

We can’t wait to get into the water!

The Bar’Bars AT Dubai Rugby Sevens

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For the past years, Petrodive has been supporting a local rugby team in Pointe Noire, Congo, the “Bar’Bars”.
This year, they were thrilled to be invited to the Dubai Rugby Sevens and it was our pleasure to welcome them here in Dubai and make sure the team had the best stay and experience.
And it was an unforgettable adventure for the entire team.
Rugby is close to our hearts as we share its values and the importance of team spirit.
Congratulations to the entire team!

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