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BOA SUB C

Ower: Boa Offshore  
Type: Multi purpose offshore vessel
Period: October 2015

Castoro Sei

Owner: Saipem S.p.A.
Type: Semi-submersible pipelay vessel.
Period: July 2014

Scarabeo 5

Eigenaar: Saipem S.p.A.
Type: Semi-submersible drilling rig
Periode: third quarter 2013

Keppel Verolme is completing a full SPS programme for Saipem on the semi-submersible Scarabeo 5. The yard’s scope of work comprises the overhaul of the thrusters, all anchor winches, top drive upgrade and various modification and repairs.

JB-117

Eigenaar: Jack-Up Barge
Type: Self elevating platform
Periode: First quarter 2012

The JB-117 was in the Keppel Verolme yard for installation of the spudcans.

Pride of Rotterdam

Eigenaar: P&O Norh Sea Ferries
Type: Passenger ship
Periode: First quarter 2012

The Pride of Rotterdam is at the Keppel Verolme yard for dry-docking and maintenance.

MSC Nikita

Eigenaar: MSC Shipmanagement Ltd.
Type: Container vessel
Periode: September, October 2009

After her collision, the container vessel MSC Nikita suffered severe damage. A large breach on the portside caused the engine room to flood. Assisted by tugs and the floating sheerleg Matador 3, to support the stern of the vessel, she arrived in the second week of September at the Keppel Verolme yard for emergency repairs. The vessel was successfully drydocked in Keppel Verolme's drydock no 6. The yard removed the polluted water and oil waste in the vessel and repaired the damaged area by installing a prefabricated box-shaped section up to class requirements. After undocking, the vessel berthed alongside yards quay to finalise preparations for towage to her final destination.

Enchantment of the Seas

Eigenaar: Royal Caribbean International
Type: Cruise vessel
Periode: May – June 2005

With the lengthening of Royal Caribbean’s ‘Enchantment of the Seas’ within 41 days, Keppel Verolme made its remarkable entry in the cruise vessel market. For this project Kvaerner Masa yard (STX Finland) fabricated a new 22.2 metre midbody of the ship in Finland. Keppel Verolme and Kvaerner Masa yard jointly executed the work of cutting the vessel, inserting of the midbody section, as well as the final outfitting, powering up and recommissioning of the ship. Other works carried out by Keppel Verolme were; full repair and maintenance including ultra hydro jetting and painting of the underwater area. In the mean time the owner took the opportunity to refurbish the ships interior during the yard stay. After the lengthening, the ship measured 301,8 meter overall including an additional 151 passenger cabins. Close cooperation of all parties involved resulted in successful execution of the project.

CMA CGM Alaska

Eigenaar:  Reederei C.P Offen 
Type: Container vessel
Periode: October 2011

Keppel Verolme quickly set to work on fixing the vessel. It renewed 44 tonnes of steel and applied a complete paint job, all within 16 days.

 

YME MopuSTOR

Eigenaar: Single Buoy Moorings Inc.
Type: Oil production and storage facility
Periode: May – July 2008

Developed by GustoMSC, the MOPUstor provides a solution for short life oil fields without direct access to pipeline infrastructure in waterdepths and environment not suitable for FPSO’s. On the sub-sea storage tank a 107-metres high and 1,240-tonne caisson was installed as well as adrainage system under the tank bottom between the skirts Electrical and instrumentation works were carried out, various piping and extensive structural work, cathodic protection systems and assistance was rendered during the commissioning of the sub-structure. The MOPUstor sub-structure consists of a sub-sea storage tank, a caisson and columns and bracing that support the MOPUstor's topside production unit. The storage tank, with a dimension of 66 metres by 54 metres by 21.5 metres, has a storage capacity of 3,300,000 bbl.

MOAB

Eigenaar: Perenco U.K.
Type: Mobile Offshore Application Barge
Periode: 2005

The self-installing platform MOAB is an unmanned gas compression platform adjacent and connected with a bridge link to an existing production platform at the Trent Field Development on the UK North Sea continental shelf. Keppel Verolme engineered, procured and constructed (EPC) a self installing platform for the UK sector of the North Sea. The assembly of the hull with the substructure and suction piles is done in dry-dock. Furthermore, Keppel Verolme outfitted Owners delivered supplied gas compressors and process package. The MOAB is designed for 100-Year return storm conditions with 900 metric ton payload.

Solitaire

Eigenaar: Allseas
Type: Pipelaying vessel
Periode: 3 quarter 2009

Allseas pipelay vessel Solitaire left the yard early September 2009. The vessel was drydocked in Keppel Verolme mammoth drydock (405 x 90 m) for modification. During this period, the yard installed new components and systems to receive two new thrusters being number 9 and 10. The scope of work also included repair & maintenance and a painting program.

Lorelay

Eigenaar: Allseas
Type: Pipelay vessel
Periode: Forth quarter 2010

The pipelay vessel Lorelay stayed in our yard for a life time extension upgrade.

Castoro Sei

Eigenaar: Saipem
Type: Semi-submersible pipelay vessel
Periode: 2009 - 2010

The semi-submersible pipelay vessel, Castoro Sei was in the Keppel Verolme's drydock for repair and modification. In October 2009 Saipem's semi sub-mersible pipelay vessel Castoro Sei arrived in the Keppel Verolme yard for dry-docking, modifications and an extensive paint program. The yard has been tasked to overhaul four thrusters, install new stinger handling support rails and repair and the onboard gantry cranes and fendering system. The vessel was undocked end January 2010 and moored alongside after a dry-dock period of three months.

Calamity Jane

Eigenaar: Allseas Group S.A
Type: DP support and subsea installation vessel
Periode: Arrival January 2010

Audacia

Eigenaar: Allseas
Type: Dynamically positioned pipelay vessel
Periode: 2006 - 2007

In September 2007 pipelay vessel Audacia left the Keppel Verolme yard for seatrials. The Panamax bulk carrier was converted into a dynamically positioned facility, capable of operating in ultra-deepwaters of up to 3,000 metres in dephth. Delivery of new engine rooms, thrusters, additional cranes and accommodations were part of Keppel Verolme's workscope. The vessel received a complete new accommodation block including navigation bridge. In addition, the main deck was closed and a fully covered pipe firing line was constructed and equipped. Operating equipment was installed below deck for the newly fitted series of fixed and retractable thrusters, and a total of three engine rooms were built and equipped to supply the power to all pipe laying and DP units. A huge stinger handling frame was installed on the bow of the vessel and the 112 meter long stinger was fitted.

Terra Nova

Eigenaar: Petro-Canada (East Coast)
Type: Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO)
Periode: July – September 2006

Petro-Canada (East Coast) awarded Keppel Verolme a contract for the turnaround of the Terra Nova FPSO in 2006. Keppel Verolme’s strategic location, facilities, resource availability, expertise, experience and excellence in project management and safety were key to clinching this challenging project. The unit arrived at the Keppel Verolme yard early July 2006. The scope of work included maintenance, inspection and modification of the hull and process topsides systems of the FPSO. The installation of an Additional Living Quarters (ALQ) aft of the existing accommodation increased the POB capacity of the vessel. Maintenance work involved the survey and overhaul of thrusters, maintenance of underwater valves, coating of the hull, and repair to the vessel and process systems. Inspection and modification works covered the testing of cargo tanks and pressure vessels and modifications in the process modules.

Sevan Voyageur

Eigenaar: Sevan Production AS
Type: Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO)
Periode: November 2007 – November 2008

The Sevan Voyageur is the third FPSO unit that Keppel Verolme completed for the same owner. The world’s first cylindrical FPSO facility, Sevan Piranema, was completed in Keppel Verolme in January 2007. The second unit, Sevan Hummingbird, was delivered in the fourth quarter of 2007. The unit arrived in November 2007 as an empty steel hull built in China. Keppel Verolme's scope of work entailed the outfitting of marine and process equipment. Works included the installation of central shaft with pump modules, process modules and mechanical equipment, installation of piping, electrical, hydraulic and instrumentation systems, plus a complete outfitting of the accommodation block with HVAC and architectural works. The FPSO has an oil processing capacity of 30 000 bbls/day and a water injection capacity of 20 000 bbls/day.

Sevan Piranema

Eigenaar: Sevan Production AS
Type: Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO)
Periode: May 2006 – January 2007

The innovative circular 300.000 bbls FPSO designed by Sevan Marine ASA was transported on a heavy lift cargo vessel from China to Rotterdam in May 2006 for final completion and installation of the topside process and marine equipment. Keppel Verolme's scope of work entailed the outfitting of marine and process equipment and final completion of all works. The contract included; receiving, temporary storing, pre-assembling and installation of process skids, pressure vessels piping and valves. Further work carried out included the fabrication and installation of steel structures and the hook-up of marine systems such as cranes and offloading station. The FPSO has a oil storage capacity of 300,000 barrels, an oil processing capacity of 30,000 barrels per day and a gas injection capacity of 3.6 million m³ per day.

Sevan Hummingbird

Eigenaar: Sevan Production AS
Type: Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO)
Periode: April - November 2007

After the successful outfitting of the FPSO unit Sevan Piranema in 2006, Keppel Verolme received the second FPSO of Sevan Marine named Sevan Hummingbird. The unit arrived in April 2007 as an empty steel hull built in China. Keppel Verolme's scope of work entailed the outfitting of marine and process equipment. Works included the installation of central shaft with pump modules, process modules and mechanical equipment, installation of piping, electrical, hydraulic and instrumentation systems, plus a complete outfitting of the accommodation block with HVAC and architectural works. The FPSO has an oil processing capacity of 30 000 bbls/day and a water injection capacity of 20 000 bbls/day.

Aoka Mizu

Eigenaar: Bluewater Energy services
Type: FPSO
Periode: 2008/2009

Final completion before operation. Commissioning and assistance E&I systems.

GSF Arctic III

Eigenaar: Transocean
Type: Semi-submersible
Periode: second quarter 2010

The GSF Arctic III was in the mammoth drydock for a Special Periodic Survey

Swift 10

Eigenaar: Swift Driling
Type: Jack-up driling rig
Periode: December 2010- first quarter 2011

The Jack up is in the Keppel Verolme yard for installation of the cantilever and spudcans and a painting program.

Maersk Resilient

Eigenaar: Maersk Drilling AS
Type: Jack-up drilling rig
Periode: June - August 2011

Yards scope of work consisted of bringing the rig in compliance with North Sea regulations. In particular, Keppel Verolme will widen the spudcans and install longer skirts.

Maersk Reacher

Eigenaar: Maersk Drilling A/S
Type: Jack-up drilling rig
Periode: First and sexond quarter 2011

Yards scope of work consisted of bringing the rig in compliance with North Sea regulations. In particular, Keppel Verolme will widen the spudcans and install longer skirts.

GSF Magellan

Eigenaar: Transocean
Type: Jack-up drilling rig
Periode: 2010-2011

Yard executed an extensive repair and maintenance program including renewal of rig's leg wearplates and an accommodation upgrade.

West Epsilon

Eigenaar: Seadrill Offshore
Type: Jack-up Drilling Rig
Periode: October - November 2006

The West Epsilon is a deepwater jack-up for up to 120 meter water depth and capable of drilling up to 9,100 metres. It was built in 1993 by Keppel Fels, Singapore. In October it was towed to the yard. The works was split up three-fold: - Off-hire scope - On-hire scope - Opportunity Maintenance / Survey requirements The off-hire scope included the removal of a large dropped object deck below the cantilever deck and the re-routing of the raw water system and the re-instatement of the Texas Deck. Part of this work consisted of the renewal of hydraulic piping on the skidding system and the installation of the riser tensioning system. Two flare booms were also refitted. In addition measurements were carried out to the spud cans using laser technology for the future installation of extensions to adapt to specific field requirements. Furthermore, assistance was rendered for the lifting, transportation, and overhaul of two BOP's (weight each about 90 m tons) and several installations of containerized equipment ranging from steel foundations and sea fastenings to electrical hook-up. For maintaining DNV class various related activities were conducted. Essential works were the renewal of leg anodes and the re-alignment of the dolly frame in the drilling tower. Time being of the essence, both works were undertaken using rope access teams instead of the traditional way by scaffolding access. Part of the scope comprised of wear & tear repairs to the dolly frame. Further, visual and non-destructive examinations were carried out to the legs and spud can; welded critical connections and repairs were completed. Opportunity maintenance entailed various repairs to cooling water and hydraulic piping systems, the latter involving extensive flushing of lines. Painting upkeep comprised of re-coating work to crane pedestals, jacking system gearboxes, parts of decks and intersections between spud cans and legs. The cantilever skid holes were line bored and provided with new bushes. Assistance was rendered to Owners for various accommodation renovations. The yard period was finalised by conducting a lightweight survey prior to sail-away.

Stena Don

Eigenaar: Stena Drilling
Type: Semi-submersible drilling rig
Periode: First quarter 2010

Repair and maintenance of dynamically positioned drilling semi, Stena Don. The job scope involves upgrading of the drilling rig capabilities by installing four blisters and two sponsons, as well as overhauling thrusters.

Paul B. Loyd, jr

Eigenaar: Transocean
Type: Semi-submersible drilling rig
Periode: Fourt quarter 2010 - first quarter 2011

The semi-subersmible rig Paul B. Loyd, jr. stayed in the Keppel Verolme yard for drydocking and maintenance.

Noble Ton van Langeveld

Eigenaar: Nobel Drilling (Nederland) B.V.
Type: Semi-submersible drilling rig
Periode: May – June 2007

The semi-submersible Noble Ton van Langeveld of owner Messrs. Noble Drilling (Nederland) B.V. was taken to Keppel Verolme yard for upgrades, regulatory inspections, installation of two new cranes and general maintenance works. In connection with the new cranes additional column blisters were fitted in dry-dock, several ballast tanks were recoated and tank and hull anodes were renewed. As a gesture of appreciation Keppel Verolme was awarded a two day early completion bonus for safe and on time work!

GSF Monarch

Eigenaar: Transocean
Type: Jack up drilling rig
Periode: Third - fourth quarter 2010

The yard carried out maintenance on the Jack up GSF Monarch of Owner Transocean.

GSF Labrador

Eigenaar: Transocean
Type: Jack-up Drilling rig
Periode: April - July 2008

The unit was docked for cleaning and survey of the spudcans. After completion of the spudcan inspection rig was jacked up at yards quayside for several activities amongst others renewal of part of the bowleg toothrack, the drill floor plating and lifeboat platforms, davits and lifeboats. Repairs to the existing drive pipe platform and jacking electro motor. Furthermore yard carried out the fabrication and installation of a drive pipe platform extension deck, testing of the electrical circuit breakers, cleaning of ballast and fuel tanks and modification of the H.P. mud piping and main seawater ballast piping system. After completion the "GSF Labrador" was towed to her new location in the Rita Field in the UK sector of the North Sea.

Ensco 102

Eigenaar: Ensco
Type: Jack up drilling rig
Periode: Second quarter 2010

In spring 2010 Keppel Verolme carried out the extension of rigs cantilever.

Saipem 7000

Eigenaar: Saipem S.p.A.
Type: Semi-submersible crane and pipelaying (J-lay) DP v
Periode: First quarter 2008

Saipem 7000 is one of the world’s largest crane vessels with lifting capabilities of up to 14,000 tonnes. The Saipem 7000 was successfully drydocked in Keppel Verolme’s mammoth dock for the first time in her lifespan. Keppel Verolme renewed the hull coating system and carried out maintenance works to the underwater equipment, such as the thrusters, overboard valves, quick ballasting system and the impressed current system.

Hermod

Eigenaar: Heerema Contractors
Type: Semi-submersible crane vessel
Periode: First quarter 2009

The heavy lift crane vessel Hermod was in yard for maintenance. The vessel is capable of a tandem lift of 8,100 tonnes.

Port Rigmar

Eigenaar: Seadrill
Type: Accommodation Jack-up unit
Periode: Summer 2007

In July 2007, the “Ekofisk Accommodation” Jack-Up “Port Rigmar” docked in the mammoth drydock. The main work consisted of the strengthening of one of the unit's legs, making her suitable to continue operating as the Ekofisk main accommodation unit. Specific for this job was the use of high yield strength steel ("Dilimax 690") and the position to actually execute the work: at approximately 100 metres above the dock floor. Simultaneously, the regulatory class special survey, bottom plate renewals and the installation of new and additional marine equipment like offshore cranes, water makers, and air conditioning units were carried out

MSV Regalia

Eigenaar: Prosafe Rig Pte. Ltd.
Type: Semi-submersible accommodation rig
Periode: December 2008 - May 2009

MSV Regalia, owned by Profsafe Rigs Pte. Ltd entered dock number 7 in December 2008 for a major upgrade. The scope of work not only enhanced the vessel's facilities as an accommodation rig, but also extended the structural lifetime of Regalia. The refit included partial removal and replacement of accommodation. The new accommodation is state-of-the-art with single occupancy cabins, all with en suite facilities and NORSOK compliant. All six main engines and generators are removed and replaced with new. Furthermore, all the pontoons, columns and bracing, including under deck, box girder and deck, have been blasted and painted. While at dry-dock, the five year special periodical survey has been performed including the renewal of all main class and flag certificates.

COSL Rival

Eigenaar: OSM Offshore AS
Type: Semi-submersible accommodation rig
Periode: May 2009

The COSLRival (ex Port Reval), managed by the Norwegian company OSM Offshore AS, is an Aker H-3 (enhanced) semi-submersible accommodation rig. She was built in 1976 as drilling rig and converted to accommodation rig in 2004, The rig arrived early May 2009. The rig was dry-docked in the mammoth dry-dock no. 7 for general class renewal surveys, inclusive of all inspections, overhauls and repairs. The activities also contains upgrading works of electrical switchboards, piping systems and overhaul of (marine)-equipment, deck crane reinforcement and overhaul of main gangway. Further the yard carries out a complete paint program.

Seafox 5

Eigenaar: Seafox 5 Limited
Type: Multi-Purpose Self-Elevating Platform
Periode: Last quarter 2012

The vessel, build at Keppel FELS is able to operate in harsh environments and up to 65 meters in water depth - the deepest for such vessels – as well as carry a wide variety of foundations and turbines.The vessel visited the Keppel Verolme yard briefly before service.

Global Tech 1

Eigenaar: Global Techa 1 Offshore Wind GmbH
Type: Mobile offshroe Apllication Barge
Period: 2010 - 2013

In 2013 Keppel Verolme BV, (Keppel Verolme) a subsidiary of Keppel Offshore & Marine Limited (Keppel O&M), has successfully completed and installed a floating, self-erecting substation platform Global Tech 1, at an offshore wind park in the German Exclusive Economic Zone in the North Sea.

Installed at a water depth of 40 meters, the substation platform will collect and step up the electricity generated by the offshore wind park's 80 wind generating turbines, each with a capacity of 5 MW, to feed into Germany's national power grid. It is also equipped with critical control systems to serve as a backup power supply for the wind farm in case of emergencies and provides permanent accommodation for up to 32 people. This substation platform contains transformers and high voltage switchgear integrated onto a Mobile Offshore Application Barge (MOAB), a specialised barge designed and developed by Overdick GmbH & Co.

Keppel Verolme carried out the detailed engineering and construction of the MOAB at its yard in Rotterdam while its consortium partner, Alstom Grid GmbH (Alstom), supplied and installed the medium and high voltage equipment, power transformers as well as the protection and control systems. . The platform is the centre piece of the Global Tech 1 North Sea wind park where the electricity generated by its 80 wind turbines is merged and the voltage transformed from 33 to 155 kilovolt. Currently still under construction, Global Tech I is located approximately 100 km from the Dutch shore. When fully operational, this wind park will be capable of generating some 1.4 billion kilowatthours (kWh) of electrical energy annually, supplying 445.000 households with clean energy.