DeepOcean operates a fleet of 14 vessels and 48 ROVs and 16 trenching assets execute projects in the Oil & Gas and Renewables markets. We provide fully managed project services both as a leading EPCI main contractor and as a nominated subcontractor for individual work packages on major installation projects.
Experience, Technology, Quality and Customer focus characterizes our superior provision of Pipeline Inspection and Survey services.
DeepOcean has the world’s largest fleet of specialised marine trenching equipment for burial and/or trenching of pipelines, flowlines, power cables and umbilicals.
DeepOcean provide both fully managed EPIC contract installation project services and sub-contractor responsibility for individual work packages on major projects
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 has 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.
The Board of Directors of DeepOcean (“Board”) announced today that COO Ottar Mæland will take over the responsibilities as acting CEO of DeepOcean. After leading the Company through a successful ownership change, the current CEO of DeepOcean Bart Heijermans has decided to step down from his position as CEO effective 18 November 2017, but has agreed to remain on the Board as a non-executive director.
DeepOcean AS, as subsidiary of DeepOcean Group Holding BV (DeepOcean) has been awarded a long term subsea inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) Frame Agreement by Aker BP ASA.
DeepOcean is pleased to confirm that all 91 Inter Array Cables have been safely installed and that the base scope trenching operations are complete at DONG Energy’s Race Bank Offshore Windfarm site. Once fully operational, Race Bank will have a capacity of 573MW which will provide sufficient green energy to power over half a million UK homes from the 91no. 6MW turbines off the Norfolk coast.
DeepOcean’s Maersk Connector has completed loading of the first phase on the Nemo Link® cables in the port of Blyth. Two 59 km long 400kv HVDC XPLE cables were simultaneously spooled from a freighter onto the 7,000 te. split capacity duel concentric carousel.