MARSOL Offshore O&M Strategy

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.

While your offshore terminal may seem like a small piece of the puzzle, it plays a crucial role that can make or break your business in the oil and gas sector. To ensure that your terminal, whether single-point-mooring or multi-buoy-mooring, operates efficiently with your long-term goals and budget in mind, you need a sound O&M strategy. 

Aspects of an offshore terminal O&M strategy

Your offshore terminal O&M strategy should serve to optimise and protect the integrity, reliability and availability of your offshore assets. This includes on-site management and operations, administration, engineering and maintenance execution. 

Inspection, Repair and Maintenance

Through applying integrity-based Inspection, Repair and Maintenance (IRM) and creating an asset history, your terminal O&M strategy should be able to modify classic philosophies and associated work programmes periodically to reflect changes brought about by any influencing factors and unusual events. This will reduce risk within the system, as change is inevitable.

Associated services

  • Inspection & Condition Assessment
  • Preservation Maintenance

Tanker operations

Your offshore terminal O&M strategy should make provision for all marine assets and resources to ensure that time and money is accounted for. This provision will also highlight procedures required for safe and efficient tanker mooring and unmooring at the SPM/MBM. This includes hose connection and disconnection services as well as product transfer services.

Associated services

  • Pilot Services
  • Tanker Handling vessels
  • Emergency Response Services
  • Oil Spill Response
  • Training

Marine Hose Management Services

To ensure safe and reliable operation of marine hoses, a good offshore terminal O&M strategy will cater for hose management as well. Make sure that your turnkey O&M service provider is meticulous about regulated testing and as well fit-for-purpose operation of marine hoses.

Associated services

  • Hose Inventory Management & Storage
  • Hose Change Out
  • Testing and CLASS
  • End-of-life assessment
  • Destructive testing

Commercial Marine Products

Hardware provision is not an O&M service provider requirement, but it certainly is something to be included in your strategy. If your offshore terminal O&M partner can supply the desired marine products and can install, operate and maintain them according to manufacturer’s specifications – it’s definitely a bonus!

Products include

  •  HDPE Boats
  •  HDPE Modular Floating Docks
  •  HDPE Tanks

Why you need a turnkey O&M service provider

In the offshore oil and gas industry, many terminal service providers claim to be turnkey operations and maintenance providers, but they fail to meet the mark. This leaves you with unexpected operational costs and opens doors to risk, should multiple service providers fail to operate harmoniously. 

A true turnkey solutions provider should cover every aspect of your offshore operations and maintenance so that you can focus on your core business. This includes the supply and maintenance of mechanical and electrical hardware, staff management and training, on-site execution and third-party outsourcing. 

Such a provider gives you peace of mind through a single contact point and accountability.

Conclusion

The condition and operation of your offshore terminal can make or break your business in the oil and gas industry. To ensure that it functions at its very best, you need a sound O&M strategy and selecting a good long-term solutions partner is key. 

As pioneers in the holistic terminal operations and maintenance approach, MARSOL prides itself on being a turnkey offshore O&M service provider, serving both greenfield and brownfield projects.

Don’t take chances on a patchwork team. Get in touch today.

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