EMEA: Mobilisation of Bibby's ETAP project - in pictures

Aquatic was subcontracted by Bibby Offshore Ltd to replace subsea infrastructure in the Central North Sea as part of BP's $1billion Eastern Trough Area Project (ETAP) Life Extension Project....
07 September 2016

THE AMERICAS: Lake Maracaibo: Steel pipes out - flexible pipes in

PDVSA and Roffco supported by Aquatic have completed the first ever project to replace large  diameter steel oil pipelines with flexible oil lines, using PDVSA's production units in Lake...
30 June 2016

SUBSEA: Quick, efficient, cost-effective and safe

Decommissioning a redundant loading buoy in the North Sea was probably never going to make the headlines. However, the unusual way that Aquatic managed to recover the buoy's eight mooring...
29 February 2016

SUBSEA: Maintenance - a critical element of our offering

A critical element of Aquatic's offering is the high standards of maintenance our equipment receives at our global bases at Peterhead, Scotland; Morgan City, Houston, USA; and Singapore. Our...
17 December 2015

DECOMMISSIONING: Capability statement and case study

When a project field has reached it's operation life or has one stage complete, Aquatic will decommission the reel-able infrastructure and dispose of the recycled product through an accredited...
17 August 2015

AMERICAS: Equipment reliability is a core competency for Aquatic

Subsea 7 were contracted by Petrobras to perform an EPIC or Engineering, Procurement, Installation and Commissioning Project, for buoyancy support risers and its risers. Download our Case Study...
13 July 2015

INNOVATION: Thinking outside 'the box': a health and safety initiative

A leading energy company in oil and gas production, through its Norwegian subsea contractor, requested a solution to allow three different types of equipment, all from different manufacturers,...
10 July 2015

ASIA PACIFIC: The Aquatic carousel

Two established trends in today's subsea market are installations in deeper water and operations involving long tiebacks. Projects such as these require specialist equipment to accommodate...
09 July 2015

SUBSEA: Remote access support

Aquatic spends a huge amount of time and energy designing in reliability to its machines but inevitably problems occur. Our offshore team is well qualified and trained but sometimes the issues...
08 July 2015

SUBSEA: Giving our clients what they want

In late 2012, following a brand audit of customers and further market investigation, Aquatic Engineering & Construction Ltd, an Acteon company, recognised that there was strong client demand...
07 July 2015