Theodore Industrial Port received a port call from the Olympic BOA in November 2014. During the port call, mobilization and demobilization services were completed on the vessel for Oceaneering. As part of those services, a heavy-lift crane was utilized to load umbilical reels weighing approximately 450 tons. These reels were part of the LLOG Delta House Project and were some of the largest reels received at TIP to date.
In November 2014, Theodore Industrial Port received the Pacific Bless. While at TIP, 45,000 metric tons of scrap metal was loaded onto the vessel, which is headed to Dangjin, South Korea. This ship was part of an ongoing project with the Greenville based company, AIA Recycling.
Theodore Industrial Port received Subsea 7’s marine vessel, the Seven Borealis, in November 2014. During the port call, shore based mobilization services were performed on the vessel.
In October 2014, Theodore Industrial Port received two of Ross Maritime’s marine vessels, the Norman Clipper and the Olympic Intervention. During the port call, shore based mobilization services were performed on both vessels. The Olympic Intervention also received specific mobilization services on two reels spooled with subsea umbilical for a project with Oceaneering for LLOG while berthed at TIP.
In October 2014, Theodore Industrial Port received the marine vessel Anjeliersgracht. During the port call, two empty 9.2-meter umbilical reels were loaded onto the vessel. A mobilization was also completed at TIP on one of the newest additions to the Subsea 7 fleet, the Seven Navica.