ModuSpec has secured several contracts to support existing and new clients in the Europe and Africa region. Totalling a six-figure sum, the projects include two jack-up intake projects for an operator in Egypt, where one of the rigs is undergoing a period of recertification and maintenance at a shipyard in Malta. Also in Egypt, ModuSpec is supporting the start-up of a workover land rig and drilling land rig, including assessment of the health, safety, and environmental (HSE) management systems onboard.
Within Continental Europe a team has been mobilised to support a new client prior to the start of a multi-year jack-up programme offshore Romania. A further team is preparing to attend a work over land rig in Italy, including verification of the dropped objects management system.
In the UK sector, preparations have commenced to conduct a review of statutory certification and status of maintenance for a jack-up production unit which has been on long-term contract in the East Irish Sea. The unit is currently in the shipyard where our surveyor team will also assess the condition of critical equipment prior to the unit mobilising back to the field.
Mark Watson, Operations Manager with ModuSpec, said: “Our business development and technical teams have worked hand in hand to secure several new projects with both existing and new clients. It’s great to see that we can offer a customised solution to our clients – one that really meets their requirements and more.
“It’s now over to our operational team to mobilise our discipline-specific surveyors to deliver the work, using a mixed methodology of attending the drilling contractor offices and also rig sites. A big thank you also goes to our clients for keeping their trust in ModuSpec to deliver what is a complex and critical part of their preparation to safely commence operations.”