DeepOcean is the leading subsea services provider, servicing any equipment with specialised expertise. We are globally recognised, locally differentiated.
We deliver value to 4 subsea markets; Inspection, Maintenance and Repair, Subsea Construction, Cable lay, and Seabed Intervention, with an extensive fleet of State-of-the-art vessels, over 50 ROVs, 12 subsea intervention assets, and an in-house tool manufacturing and extensive ready to use tool pool.
IMR is all about promoting sustained asset performance during life of field. This is the goal of DeepOcean’s complete range of IMR services,
DeepOcean provide both fully managed contract installation project services and sub-contractor responsibility for individual work packages on major projects.
Experience, Technology, Quality, and Customer focus characterizes our superior provision of Inspection and Survey services.
DeepOcean is established as a key player in the offshore field late-life and decommissioning market.
In-house capability and specialised fleet to provide the complete array- and power cable offering.
Visit www.enshoresubsea.com to find out more the world's most technically advanced and comprehensive portfolio of subsea and seabed equipment technologies.
Haugesund, Norway – 24th June 2020 – DeepOcean AS, (DeepOcean), has been awarded an EPCI contract for performing marine operations in connection with Repsol’s tieback of YME Beta North reservoir to existing facilities.
DeepOcean is monitoring the Novel Coronavirus development closely and continuously working with our global medical services provider, International SOS, to ensure that we have suitable and appropriate arrangements in place to safeguard our employees against the spread of COVID-19. The guidelines and mitigating actions enforced by the company are in line with the World Health Organisation’s recommendations and developed in collaboration with International SOS.
DeepOcean Refocuses African activities in Montpellier
The global subsea services company will move from its existing premises in the town to the new development in the coming months, continuing the company’s 27-year association with Darlington. It has taken the entire top floor of Feethams House, covering over 7000 sq ft.