3D at Depth and SEA.O.G. target sustainable subsea surveys
3D at Depth and SEA.O.G. Offshore have entered into a collaboration agreement with the goal of reducing carbon emissions for subsea survey operations.
The partnership brings together a fully integrated approach to field integrity and logistical operations for maintenance and asset health monitoring, 3D at Depth said.
Initially, the agreement will focus on the offshore wind and oil and gas markets offering survey services such as rig and platform site surveys, geohazard, wind farm site, and pre-engineering surveys, clearance surveys including UXO.
The range of services includes ice gouge surveys, multibeam echosounder surveys in shallow and deep water, pre-lay and post-lay pipeline route surveys as well as deepwater site developments, LNG and FPSO offloading facilities, intercoastal waterway air gap surveys, intercoastal waterway feedering, and SMART ADAPT barge technology.
Marine and offshore transportation support, heavy load marshalling and loadout, subsea technical solutions, and project management and consultancy are also in the range of services.
Neil Manning, chief operating officer, 3D at Depth, said: “3D at Depth from its conception is a disruptive technology business which focuses on leveraging its in-house product line with integrated project execution and efficiencies. We believe this starts with the sensing technology followed by supervised autonomous in-water vehicles providing fully integrated platforms”.
“Our novel solutions, soon to be released, will be aimed at reducing carbon emissions dramatically for day-to-day subsea operations“, said Mike Arnold, director at SEA.O.G. Offshore.
“Moving away from less effective traditional methodologies and taking a more focused, left-field approach, will reduce carbon emissions, reduce task timings, and will ultimately be more cost-effective. From our regions, we can actively support the offshore renewables and legacy oil and gas markets”.