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  • 07/24/13--01:54: Bar Protector
  • Hi all,

    Does anybody have any feedback on personal experiences on board the Bar Protector (as I type, it is on rotation in West Africa with Saipem)?

    What is the accomodation, food, internet etc like on board?

    If you've been on it, would you go back?

    Thanks in advance for your help!

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    Hi Guys,

    Hope you are well,

    Please see below our current requirements

    1 x Supervisor / 1 x Pilot Technician/Sub Engineer
    To go tomorrow or Friday 25th July
    UK Sector
    1 week
    Comanche

    1 x Supervisor / 1 x Pilot Technician/Sub Engineer
    To be in Peterhead by 12.00pm Friday
    4 weeks
    UK Sector
    Possible regular rotations
    Super Mohawk

    1 x Supervisor and 1 x PT
    Thursday 1st August 2013
    Tiger 839
    7-14 days TBC
    UK sector
    Mobilisation Point - TBC
    Type of work - TBC
    12 mile limit - TBC


    1 x Pilot Tech
    Thursday 1st August 2013
    Supermohawk 30
    3 weeks
    UK sector
    Great Yarmouth TBA
    Type of work - TBC
    12 mile limit - TBC


    Location: Qatar
    SOW: ROV Touchdown monitoring services.
    ROV: Cougar
    Barge: HD423
    Personnel: 2x Supervisor
    Mob date: 27th or 28th July
    Duration: 30 to 60 days
    Requirements: Passport, seaman’s book, BOSIET certificate, H2S/BA, medical certificate, Degree certificate, ROV certificate, ROV log book

    Location: Qatar
    SOW: Dive Support for spool and riser installation
    ROV: Shark G2
    Barge: HD1000
    Personnel: 2x Supervisor
    Mob date: 27th or 28th July
    Duration: 30 to 60 days
    Requirements: Passport, seaman’s book, BOSIET certificate, H2S/BA, medical certificate, Degree certificate, ROV certificate, ROV log book

    2 x Observational Supervisor
    2 x Observational Pilot Tech
    Normand Subsea
    July 31st – Aug 14th
    UK/Norway
    2 weeks with possible 2 week extension
    Experience with Cougar ROV preferred and previous work history with Shell


    If available and interested please contact Gemma on +44(0) 1502 509205 / gemma.calver@marissubsea.com or Lee-ann on +44(0) 1502 509257 / Lee-ann.denegri@marissubsea.com

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    Start Date: 12/08/13
    Duration: Approx. 5 weeks with a strong possibility of further rotations, falling in to 5:5 rota.
    Location: Norway
    Activity: Light construction work, cable lay operations
    Certification required: Norwegian Survival and Medical

    If you are interested and feel you have the required experience for the above post, please call on +44(0)1429 868543, submit your cv to jobs@seatechs.com, please quote job ref number

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  • 07/25/13--02:20: Another comediene...
  • Quote:
    Hello Gullible

    We are looking for a Workclass Personnel:

    We have a large demand for ROV workclass construction personnel. Our client is interested in securing personnel for back to back trips for the next 3 years. We will also assist you with any visa requirements.

    Start Date: Various starts through out Summer. Earliest requirements start beginning of June – onward.
    Location: Brazil , Norway, China, Baku, Angola, Nigeria ,Congo and Saudi
    Trip Length: 4-5 WEEKS - 3 years worth of work available.
    System: Workclass
    Vessel Based: Yes
    Job Scope: Construction
    Rates: Supervisor - £490
    Senior Pilot - £450
    Pilot Tech 1 - £415

    Vessels working in West Africa and Norway carry a 10% uplift to the rate - If you dont have norwegian certs but would be interested in working there our client would be happy to pay for these if you are ok to do them on arrival.

    If you are interested please reply to us & advise when you are available & if there are any locations you wont work from the given list

    Are you Suitable? – minimum entry level

    · Our client asks for 300+ ROV offshore flying hours with workclass systems
    · You MUST have OPITO and UKOOA
    · You Must have worked on construction projects with workclass ROV. Ideally for 2-3 years minimum.


    Immediately dropped into the bin....is it no wonder that the client is struggling to get staff, and the agencies have a 'large demand'.
    So much so, they'll even pay for your Norwegian certs Exclamation


    10% uplift is a disgrace for Africa and Norway
    Most O & G companies offer 40% as a minimum

    ''But they are fixed rates'' I hear the agents cry - nonsense

    You've got to either be mug or desperate to accept a proposal as absurd as this!
    Rolling Eyes

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  • 07/25/13--02:20: Asia rates.
  • EMAS US$1000 a day, Canyon Singapore US$1050 a day + bonus scheme, TMT US$950 - 1000.

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  • 07/26/13--07:31: Advance Global Recruitment
  • Advance Global Recruitment require:

    1 x ROV P/T and 1 x ROV Supervisor
    Seaeye Tiger experience
    7-14 days
    working in UK waters
    commencing the 01/08/2013
    day rate - TBC


    please email euan.archibald@agrl.co.uk

    Also needed, 2x PT'S with good Sub Atlantic Experience.
    To work in Europe from 29/7/13 for 4 weeks.

    Please email paul.dickie@agrl.co.uk if interested.

    visit our website www.agrl.co.uk

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    Link


    A Seacor-owned OSV is currently attempting to cool the rig, however it’s only able to come to about 100 yards of the rig, which according to a gCaptain source, is doing little more that misting the charred jack-up rig. Well intervention experts are unlikely to have much success in killing this well considering the incredible heat from the blaze.

    Our source did note that the hydrocarbons appeared to have a bit more water and steam mixed into the plume of fire this afternoon, which could indicate that the well may be in the process of bridging off, or killing itself on its own.

    As the above image shows, the derrick on board the jack-up and the well platform has largely disintegrated, but the rig itself still appears somewhat structurally sound.

    As of this afternoon, our source notes that the wellhead is starting to burn lower than it was burning earlier today, which would indicate significant deterioration or disintegration of the top of the wellhead.

    Minimal sheen is currently visible in the immediate vicinity.

    In a statement earlier today by the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE), Walter Oil & Gas has begun preparations to drill a relief well to quell the blaze. Hercules notes that should a relief well be necessary, they are prepared to “promptly mobilize the Hercules 200, a 200′ mat-supported cantilevered unit to execute drilling of the relief well.”

    Earlier update:

    BSEE has confirmed this morning that the Hercules 265 jack-up rig has caught fire following a loss of well control on board the rig yesterday.

    According to a BSEE statement, the natural gas leaking from the well ignited at 10:50 p.m. CDT July 23, 2013. No one was on board at the time of the ignition.

    This likely leaves very few options now to regain control of the fire considering that the primary means of controlling the flow of the fuel source, which is the blowout preventer (BOP), has likely failed.

    Unlike the 2010 Deepwater Horizon blowout, the BOP on the Hercules rig is above the water and surrounded by an uncontrolled fire. Access to it will no doubt be impossible.




    The operator of the field, Walter Oil and Gas can only hope that the uncontrolled flow of gas from the well causes the well to bridge off, aka collapse downhole, and seal itself off in that way, but it may take some time.

    The rig is on contract with Walter Oil & Gas Corporation and operating at South Timbalier Block 220 in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, located about 55 miles offshore Louisiana in 154 feet of water.

    How a jackup rig blowout occurs

    In the 2012 fire involving the jack-up rig KS Endeavor offshore Nigeria, the fire burned for about two months, and there was literally nothing left of the rig by the time the well stopped flowing. In the meantime however, another jack-up rig was contracted to drill a well to intercept the one that was flowing in order to stem the flow of the well from its source.

    This was a very expensive task for both Chevron Nigeria, and indirectly ExxonMobil, who had to disengage their rig from a current project to help quell this incident.

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  • 07/26/13--07:31: Rov Supervisor
  • URGENT need for ROV supervisors, working on cable support with panther class

    Starting from the beginning of august, initial 4 weeks then potential for further work

    contact
    Andy Young
    energy recruitment company
    +44 20 79 600 222
    andy@energyrecruitmentcompany.com
    http://energyrecruitmentcompany.com

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    We are currently looking for personnel to fill the following positions;

    1x Supervisor
    Start: 30-07
    Duration: 1.5 weeks
    Platform Based
    ROV: Tiger

    1x Supervisor
    Start: 01-08
    Duration: 4 days
    Vessel Based
    ROV: Tiger

    If you are interested then please send your CV to stephen@css-shipservices.com

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    Hi everyone,

    We have a new (and urgent) requirement for an ROV Supervisor. Details are as follows:

    Crew Change Date: 29.07.13
    Probably Travel Date (if outside of the UK): 28.07.13
    Sector: Offshore UK (outside the 12 mile zone)
    Crew Change Location: Blackpool
    Vessel Type: RIG
    Position: ROV Supervisor
    ROV in use: Seaeye Tiger
    Required experience: Prior ROV Supervisor experience on Observation / Inspection ROVs. Seaeye Tiger experience is required.
    Project Type: SpudCan Inspection
    Project length: 4 - 7 days
    Opportunity for more work / rotation: Yes, longer regular trips are available on satisfactory completion of this job
    Rate: Flexible depending on your requirements

    If you are interested in applying for this position, please either call me on 0044 1726 86 22 16 or email your CV, Certs, Rate Requirements and Availability to wbest@atlasservicesgroup.com

    I look forward to hearing from you soon!

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    smoggy wrote:
    Hi,

    Are these items still available for sale?

    If so I'm very interested - please email me at:

    jamiea@tmtrov.com.au

    Thanks


    You'd probably be better sending the OP a Private message, They'll get an email notification then.

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  • 07/26/13--07:31: Advance Global Recruitment
  • Advance Global Recruitment - we require - 1 x ROV P/T - Good work class experience - Grout Bagging work - Personnel must have a RUSSIAN visa - if you or anyone you know of is suitable, please email - euan.archibald@agrl.co.uk please visit www.agrl.co.uk

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    Hi All,

    We are currently looking for the following;

    Position: ROV Supervisor
    Start Date: End of July
    Location: China
    Duration: 4-6 weeks
    Equipment: Quantum ROV
    SOW: Pipeline laying

    If you are interested in this position then please send your CV to stephen@css-shipservices.com
    Also, if you know of anyone looking for work that meets these requirements then please pass on my details.

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    Two ROVs in excellent condition

    LBV150 2013 has done 36hrs - AUD 35,000
    http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/butler/other-boats-jet-skis/rov-seabotix-lbv150-2013/1023000911

    LBV150SE-5 2007 has done 50hrs - AUD 35,000
    http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/butler/other-boats-jet-skis/rov-seabotix-lbv150se-5-2007/1022130393

    Prices are negotiable with full details found at the links

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    Hi,

    My company has vast experience with dealing with ROV's and implementing comprehensive income protection insurance.

    The premiums are tax deductible or can be paid from superannuation if you would prefer to use your cashflow for other purposes.

    Please contact me on james@precept.net.au if you would like further information.

    James Uezzell
    Financial Adviser
    Precept Financial Services
    www.precept.net.au

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    Start Date:08/08/2013
    Duration:5:5 for two trips then change to 4:4
    Location:Norway
    Project:Snorre
    Equipment:Support Workclass ROV
    Certification:Medical & Survival

    Candidates to demonstrate a strong Background with workclass ROV's - work involves support to PT1 which is carrying out trenching works in the Snorre field. Candidates to have supporter or installer experience. HV Certificate advantageous

    If you are interested and feel you have the required experience for the above post, please call on +44(0)1429 868543, submit your cv to jobs@seatechs.com, please quote job ref, alternatively follow link below.


    Click here to apply/express your interest in this position

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    Start Date:12/08/2013
    Duration:5:5 for two trips and then 4:4
    Location:Norway
    Project:Snorre
    Equipment:PT1
    Certification:Medical & Survival

    Candidates must have a strong background in trenching operations and previous experience of PT1,UT1or large pipeline trenching vehicles, knowledge / experience of AMOS reporting would be advantageous.

    If you are interested and feel you have the required experience for the above post, please call on +44(0)1429 868543, submit your cv to jobs@seatechs.com, please quote job ref, alternatively follow link below.


    Click here to apply/express your interest in this position

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    Start Date:07/08/2013
    Duration:5:5 rotation
    Location:UK Waters
    Project:Ithaca Stella
    Equipment:AMP500
    Certification: Medical & Survival

    Candidates to demonstrate a strong background in pipeline ploughing operations - ideally with AMP500 experience, or experience of VMP, APP, PL1, PL2. Knowledge/experience of AMOS maintenance reporting would be advantageous. Must have held a supervisory position for at least 2 years.

    If you are interested and feel you have the required experience for the above post, please call on +44(0)1429 868543, submit your cv to jobs@seatechs.com, please quote job ref, alternatively follow link below.


    Click here to apply/express your interest in this position

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    Start Date:30/07/2013
    Duration:5:5 rotation
    Location:Germany & Norway
    Project:Various projects
    Equipment:WR1
    Certification:Norwegian Medical & Survival

    Candidates must be able to demonstrate a strong background with workclass vehicles - SMD built built vehicles WR1,Quantums,Quasars must also have a good solid background in cable lay and windfarm operations. Also knowledge/experience of AMOS maintenance reporting would be advantageous. Must have at least 2 years supervisory experience.

    If you are interested and feel you have the required experience for the above post, please call on +44(0)1429 868543, submit your cv to jobs@seatechs.com, please quote job ref, alternatively follow link below.

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    Melvin with the gmail address, come on, tell us a little more about yourself before we send you our resumes.

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