A new high level, summary animation which explains how the equipment could be deployed is available to view below: NB This animation is for illustrative purposes only and does not reflect all operational requirements. This is a simplified snapshot of a very complex operation involving a range of equipment, vessels and procedures.
The Subsea Well Response Project (SWRP) has produced a new animation showing a simplified view of how its offset installation equipment (OIE) would be deployed at an incident site where vertical access to the wellhead is not possible. The animation gives a step-by-step overview of the OIE deployment process, and shows how the equipment expands […]
Oil Spill Response Ltd opens new Brazil base to support global response capability Advanced capping equipment now stored in Brazil on standby for international use Developed through unprecedented industry collaboration Available to companies across the industry via OSRL Oil Spill Response Limited (OSRL), the global oil spill response co-operative funded by some 160 oil and […]
The Subsea Well Response Project and Oil Spill Response Ltd. have produced a new animation showing a detailed view of how the capping toolbox and containment toolkit could be deployed in an example incident scenario. The animation highlights the different components included within both sets of equipment and demonstrates how these could be brought together […]
Advanced capping equipment on standby for international use Developed through unprecedented industry collaboration Available to companies across the industry via OSRL CAPE TOWN Saldanha Bay – Oil Spill Response Limited (OSRL), the global oil spill response co-operative funded by more than 160 oil and energy companies, today announced the opening of a new Base in […]
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Enhances industry’s subsea well incident intervention capability Developed through global industry collaboration Compatible with standard industry hardware Available for international use via Oil Spill Response Limited Oil Spill Response Limited (OSRL) and the Subsea Well Response Project (SWRP) today revealed details of their collaboration to further develop existing subsea well response capability through the provision […]
On 13 June 2013, Oil Spill Response Limited (OSRL) announced the opening of a new base with enhanced response capabilities in Loyang, Singapore which is now home to the region’s Subsea Well Intervention Service (SWIS) capping stack, developed in collaboration with the Subsea Well Response Project (SWRP). This new facility was headlined by the media […]
With the first capping stack now in storage in Stavanger, and the other stacks now arriving for storage in Singapore, Saldanha and Rio, this video demonstrates the on-site assembly process. Each capping stack is assembled at Trendsetter’s site in Houston and undergoes a thorough testing process, including robust pressure testing. The stacks are then disassembled […]
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