The transpooling of a 42-kilometer power umbilical from Nexus Barge EB 32 to the McDermott North Ocean 102 was completed at TIP. This is the most complex power umbilical transported to date and is planned for use in the Jack and St. Malo oil fields in the Gulf of Mexico. Over the next few years, these fields are anticipated to house the largest semisubmersible production unit in the Gulf of Mexico with an expected production rate of 94,000 barrels of oil per day. The spooling process took approximately two weeks and was completed in late July.
In a continuing project with one of the top international recycling companies in the world, and one of the world’s largest motor vehicle manufacturing groups, Theodore Industrial Port loaded another shipload of scrap metal for export. In total, 35,000 tons of scrap were loaded and shipped out. The efficient loading took advantage of the skip pan loading process that was developed by our talented team.
Take an inside look at Theodore Industrial Port’s loading process below.
Construction has been completed for the new shore base location, and Core Industries is now officially the home of the MWCC SURF Shore Base. In a commitment to improve subsea equipment and response readiness, the new 13-acre storage site includes a 80,000 sq. ft. warehouse for all of the subsea umbilical, risers and flowlines equipment. Core will manage the site and facilities in preparation for the response to a well control incident in the deepwater U.S. Gulf of Mexico, should one occur. The SURF equipment will remain at the Mobile shore base, where it will be properly store and maintained at all times. – Click here to see more.
Theodore Industrial Port loaded out 2,000 pipe for the Exxon Hadrian South Project in the Gulf of Mexico. The subsea equipment will be used for the transportation of oil/gas in the seabed of the natural gas project. TIP’s expansive services and facilities provide the support needed for cargo movement in the Gulf of Mexico. Our proximity to the Gulf of Mexico allows us to provide our clients with quick vessel turnaround and efficiency in marine material movement.
Theodore Industrial Port’s facility provides practical solutions to meet any topside and subsea development project. Contact us today!
Several pumping stations were brought into Theodore Industrial Port for configuration and acceptance testing for OneSubsea this month. Our talented heavy lift experts completed 3 heavy lifts, with each pump station weighing 460,000 pounds each. The stations were set in short term storage on dock, where they will remain for the duration of the project.
OneSubsea offers unique and field-proven pumps and subsea processing systems. They work to provide comprehensive technical solutions in worldwide subsea oil and gas developments.
Theodore Industrial Port offers on-berth storage areas for temporary staging of inbound or outbound cargoes. Our port’s facilities are used by many contractors to store and mobilize or demobilize specific project equipment to and from their Gulf of Mexico projects. Theodore Industrial Port offers a full suite of services and personnel to support any logistic effort needed during an offshore project.