Minimise marine asset breakdowns with an offshore maintenance plan

The lack of adequate maintenance is often a direct cause of asset breakdown. The rate of deterioration is less noticeable during the first few years of the asset lifespan, however, it begins to accelerate significantly thereafter. MARSOL’s preservation practices ensure that the performance of the whole system is consistent throughout its working life.

Sustainability for your offshore terminal: Finding the right solution

Whether greenfield or brownfield, it is never too early or too late to make the right decision. Find out what it means to operate a sustainable offshore terminal and how to achieve this with marine terminal integrity management.

Measure Success and Predict Failure with Terminal Integrity Management

To ensure that your offshore terminal operates efficiently throughout its service lifespan, you need operational integrity management that is unique to your terminal, your team and your environment – while remaining consistent with applicable standards. This plan should include measurement and analysis that quantifies progress, optimisation and operational expenditure (OpEx) so that you can understand and predict successes and failures. Here’s where to start!

Rethink your offshore terminal with an O&M Strategy

To ensure that your offshore terminal operates efficiently with your long-term goals and budget in mind, you need a turnkey O&M strategy and service provider that brings you peace of mind.

Case study: Submarine and Floating Hose Change out

The high-level overview of a total hose changeout project, including OCIMF hose testing of subsea and floating hoses. Find out how long the hose changeout project normally takes, what the risks are and how to mitigate them. Reduce risks, save time and money with a streamlined hose change out.

Project Report: OCIMF testing and Hose change out – what you see is not what you get.

Hose manufacturers typically recommend SPM hose change out after 5 years but it may also be needed at other times due to hose failure or excessive wear. Replaced hoses should undergo OCIMF testing to determine wear patterns and root causes of failure, which will assist in ensuring that the shortened lifespan is not repeated in the new hoses. Knowing what to expect from your hose change out and the OCIMF testing process will ensure that you get it right.

Best Practices for your SPM Hose Management Plan

Are you putting together your SPM hose management plan or revisiting your O&M strategy? Here we discuss examples of marine hose applications, lessons learned and best practices that help you to fulfill your fiduciary duties.