Subsea Contracting

Oceaneering’s Oilfield Projects Group (OPG) contracts, manages, engineers, plans, and executes small to mid-size deepwater projects utilizing Oceaneering resources worldwide. OPG focuses on managing, scheduling, and operating Oceaneering’s fleet of Multi Service Vessels (MSVs) and Dive Support Vessels (DSVs).

Oceaneering’s Oilfield Projects Group consists of experienced turnkey Project Managers and Engineers, operating out of Oceaneering’s Corporate Headquarters in Houston, Texas. The Oilfield Projects Group integrates project teams utilizing personnel from the various Oceaneering service lines as appropriate to the scope of work. Oceaneering and Fugro Chance have an alliance offering integrated ROV and Survey services to the offshore oil and gas industry in the Gulf of Mexico. The integrated ROV/Survey service offers significant operational and deliverable product benefits, thereby saving time and money.

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Oceaneering’s Oilfield Projects Group (OPG) performs installation, inspection, maintenance and repair services on subsea facilities, offshore platforms, rigs, subsea pipelines, production facilities, and subsea developments primarily in the Gulf of Mexico. Focusing on deepwater subsea installations and field developments utilizing our Multi Service Vessels (MSVs) the Oilfield Projects Group incorporates many of the different service lines within Oceaneering to create project specific teams that fulfill customer needs in the demanding deepwater oilfield market.

Diving Inspection and Wet Welding

OPG also provides skilled teams of certified divers, Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) and ROV pilots to perform manned diving, pipeline, repair, topside inspections, jumper installations, and testing services.

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Oceaneering’s Oilfield Projects Group is continually providing a safe, cost effective, and environmentally friendly solution for oil and gas energy companies, government agencies, and marine engineering and construction corporations. With our experience and applied technologies, we will keep providing our services to customers who operate in extreme marine environments.

Oceaneering’s Oilfield Projects Group (OPG) Capabilities:

  • Project Management and Engineering of Deep Subsea Development Projects
  • Inspection, Maintenance, and Repair (IMR) of Subsea Facilities
  • Deepwater Subsea Tie-back Installations and Intervention
  • Design, Fabrication, and Installation of Pull-Tube (I & J) Clamp Systems
  • Subsea Coiled Tubing Flowlines Procurement and Installation
  • Subsea Flexible Flowlines Procurement and Installation
  • Subsea Umbilicals Procurement and Installation
  • Subsea Pipeline End Terminations (PLETS) Procurement and Installation
  • Subsea Umbilical Termination Assemblies (UTA’s) Procurement and Installation
  • Planning, Management, and Execution of Pigging & Testing Flowline Programs
  • Conduct Deep-water Pipeline Hot Taps and Deep Tap Projects
  • Conduct Deep-water Diverless Pipeline Repairs utilizing ROV’s aboard Vessels
  • Plug and Abandonment (P&A) of Subsea Trees and Templates
  • Umbilical and Pipeline System recovery
  • Manned Sat-Diving Services required from Multiservice Intervention Vessels
  • ADS WASP (One Atmosphere Diving Systems) Projects and Services
  • Subsea Development Surveys, Salvages, LBL Arrays, USBL Arrays
  • Jumpers and Flying Lead Installations
  • Strake Installations to Tension Leg Platforms (TLP’s)
  • Hydrotesting and Commissioning Subsea Field Developments
  • Steel Catenary Riser (SCR) Tie-ins
  • Choke and Pod Change-outs
  • Mattress Installations and Crossings of Pipelines, Flowlines, and Umbilicals

Coiled Tubing Installation (DP-2 Stabilization)

  • Installation Equipment

      Lay Systems Oceaneering has a reel lay system for pipelines that can accommodate up to 4” flowlines. The system consists of using an installation reel, rollers and straightener. The installation reel holds the products and the pipe  tension. The pipe is routed through a set of rollers over the top of the vessel A-frame.  […]

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  • MSV Normand Flower

    Typical Projects Inspection, Maintenance & Repair (IMR) Well Intervention Services Well Stimulation Plug & Abandonment Operations Subsea Hardware Installations Trees, Manifolds & Umbilicals Jumpers & Flying Leads Features Length Over All 305 ft 8,683 ft2 / 807 m2 Clear Deck Large Working Moonpool 2 MILLENNIUM® Plus 220 HP Work Class ROVs Onboard ROV Tooling Suite […]

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  • MSV Ocean Alliance

    Typical Projects Inspection, Maintenance & Repair (IMR) Well Intervention Services Well Stimulation Plug & Abandonment Operations Subsea Hardware Installations Trees, Manifolds & Umbilicals Jumpers & Flying Leads Features 2010 U.S. Flagged — Jones Act Compliant Length Over All 309 ft 8,683 ft2 / 806 m2 Clear Deck Large Working Moonpool 2 Millenium® Plus 220 HP […]

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  • MSV Ocean Evolution

    Typical Projects Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) & diving support Flowline installation Umbilical installation/connection Pre-lay & post-lay mats Well abandonment/wireline services Hydrate remediation Subsea pumping Well stimulation/intervention Inspection, Maintenance & Repair (IMR) Tree Installation & Removal   Features Two work class ROVs rated 13,123 ft / 4,000 m 250 mT crane with 4000 m working capacity […]

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  • MSV Ocean Intervention

    Brochure The Ocean Intervention is one of Oceaneering’s dynamically positioned (ABS DP Class 2) multi-service vessels (MSVs). The Ocean Intervention delivers value and flexible capabilities by combining an efficient size, excellent stability, modular components, and a moonpool launched ROV system. Christened in 1998, the Ocean Intervention’s track record is filled with innovative deepwater projects developed […]

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  • MSV Ocean Intervention II

    The Ocean Intervention II is one of Oceaneering’s dynamically positioned (ABS DP Class 2) multi-service vessels (MSVs). The vessel delivers value and flexible capabilities by combining an efficient size, excellent stability, modular components, and a moonpool launched ROV system. Christened in 2000, the Ocean Intervention II’s track record is filled with innovative deepwater projects developed […]

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  • MSV Ocean Intervention III

    Brochure The Ocean Intervention III is a multi-service vessel built in 2005 on long-term charter to Oceaneering and available for light construction and subsea intervention, maintenance, and repair projects in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. The Ocean Intervention III offers Customers an additional choice for vessel capabilities, and when combined with Oceaneering’s ROV systems, project […]

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  • MSV Olympic Intervention IV

    Brochure Built in 2008, the Olympic Intervention IV is the largest MSV in the Oceaneering® deepwater fleet. This 312′ DP2 vessel is designed for subsea hardware installations; inspection, maintenance, and repair (IMR) projects; and conducting well intervention services in deepwater. Examples of subsea hardware installations include umbilicals, subsea trees, jumpers, flying leads, and manifolds. IMR […]

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  • Project Management and Engineering

    PROJECT MANAGEMENT Oceaneering’s Oilfield Projects Group (OPG) Project Managers – have over 200 years combined offshore installation, construction, and diving experience. Project Managers direct all operations of projects and installation. PROJECT ENGINEERING Oceaneering’s Oilfield Projects Group (OPG) Project and Installation Engineers – oversee all aspects of a project’s engineering and design. Our Project Managers and […]

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