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DIVING & UNDERWATER SERVICES


ATLAS BOOSTS ROV, DIVING AND INSPECTION TEAM IN UK


Atlas Professionals has appointed Spencer Trouten as the new business manager for the ROV, diving and inspection team in Banbury, UK.


With his extensive background in the industry spanning over 12 years, focusing on the subsea inspection sector, working for companies such as DOF Subsea, Oceaneering and Subsea 7, Spencer will bring his experience, understanding and drive to Atlas, the company noted.


Spencer Trouten said: “With my experience from both the client and professionals perspectives, as well as understanding the needs and expectations of the clients combined with a greater empathy for the professionals, I believe I will be able to refine further the quality of personnel. I am looking forward to working with the Atlas team, and also developing business with all existing and potential clients.”


Andrew Blears, Director responsible for Atlas Professionals Survey, ROV and Exploration Divisions added: “We have got to know Spencer since working for us offshore over the last couple of years, always performing well and getting on with people at all levels that convinced us he was the right man for the job. Spencer’s depth of understanding, and vision for the future markets will add real value to professionals and clients alike, and we wish him the best of luck in his new role.”


SUBSEAPARTNER BOOSTS DIVING CAPACITY


Norwegian diving specialist SubseaPartner has expanded its fleet with a newly-built light diving craft (LDC).


According to the company, the vessel represents a culmination of lessons learned from 10 years of offshore LDC operations.


The LDC, delivered by Hukkeberg, should set a new industry standard and provide added capabilities to operators on the Norwegian continental shelf as well as for international operations, SubseaPartner noted.


Along with the recent verification of compliance with the corporate NORSOK U-100 standard, the vessel is also said to be in compliance with requirements in the IMCA and NORSOK industry standards.


SubseaPartner AS was established in 2013 by personnel previously employed by Fugro RUE AS in Haugesund. In addition to the new LDC, SubseaPartner owns and operates the dive support vessel Risøy.


SUBMARINE MANUFACTURING AND PRODUCTS LTD WINS CONTRACT WITH AZERBAIJAN COMPANY BAKU SKIPYARD LLC


Submarine Manufacturing and Products Ltd continue their success in the subsea industry after winning a contract to supply a Hyperbaric Life Support Package (LSP) for Baku Shipyard LLC in Azerbaijan.


Baku Shipyard approached SMP upon a recommendation to design and manufacture an LSP to be used on a vessel in the Caspian Sea.


The product is a fully transportable self-contained unit, suitable for use in remote locations as a basic shore based reception facility. It is equipped with the essential services required to support a Self-Propelled Hyperbaric Lifeboat or Hyperbaric Rescue Chamber following emergency evacuation from the mother vessel saturation diving complex.


All aspects of the project were designed, manufactured and tested in-house to IMCA D018, D024 and D052 as standard by our


April 2017 | www.sosmagazine.biz | p23 skilled workforce in Preston, Lancashire.


Made up of a variety of components, the life support package contains a control area, machinery area, twin heating units, twin chilling units, chiller ventilation louvre and 400VAC 3 phase incoming electrical.


Ikhtiyar Mammadov, LSP Project Manager at


BAKU Shipyard said: “The main reasons for BAKU or BAKU Shipyard selecting SMP as the supplier is their compliance to technical specs, the best price quoted and also the correct delivery lead time given for the project.


“We were also very impressed with the knowledge and experience of their workforce when dealing with IMCA regulations which is vital for the LSP being provided.”


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