Namaka Subsea has recently completed a subsea operations support project for a hose replacement campaign in Asia.
Earlier this year, Namaka Subsea engaged with a diving contractor who had been awarded its first major offshore project, which included the removal and installation of two subsea flexible hoses and a control umbilical.
The 6-week project saw the company appoint Alan Melia, Subsea Technical Authority, on behalf of the diving contractor. As the projects’ Subsea Technical Authority, Alan and his team of 6 personnel provided technical and operational support throughout.
During the project execution phase, Namaka Subsea ensured that all project documentation was kept up to date, while ensuring operations were carried out safely and on schedule as well as being in line with current legislation and industry guidelines, as set out by the regulator and the trade industry bodies.
Sandy Harper, director of Namaka Subsea, said, “Since Alan joined the team, we have been approached by several diving contractors, as well as oil and gas operators, to provide additional subsea operational support. This has led Alan and his technical team to complete the aforementioned project, then onto a second subsea project, located in Liverpool Bay, UK, to completion, including the offshore phase and demobilization. He has been an excellent addition to the team and has given our clients further confidence in the company.”