PanGeo Subsea’s Business Development Lead Phil Williams recently presented at the UXO Seminar for the Hydrographical at Southampton Solent University Conference Centre in the UK.
Watch the Drone Video of our Sub-Bottom Imager being launched from a vessel. The SBI survey was recently completed in Puget Sound in Washington State for NorthWest Maritime Consultants LLC.
Video Credit: Northwest Maritime Consultants LLC
PanGeo Subsea completes seabed survey in the Puget Sound, Washington State, USA
PanGeo is pleased to have successfully completed a sub-seabed survey in Puget Sound in Washington State for NorthWest Maritime Consultants LLC. This was the first time that the SBI had been deployed in a mode where it was towed subsea at a depth in excess of 150m without the need for an ROV to control it. The SBI made in excess of 40 individual passes. Of the project, Mark Allen, Senior Marine Surveyor with NMC said “We were very pleased how PanGeo Subsea worked with us and was able to configure their Sub Bottom Imager to work on our project.”
Photo Credit: Northwest Maritime Consultants LLC
PanGeo Subsea are pleased to announce that we were recently awarded ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management) for both our Aberdeen and St. John’s operations. This ISO certification is the most widely recognised quality management system standard in the world. It demonstrates an organisation’s commitment to supplying a product or service that consistently meets its customers’ requirements.
PanGeo Subsea are pleased to announce the successful completion of a decommissioning survey for Perenco (UK) Limited on their Welland gasfield. The workscope included carrying out both SBI and multi-beam surveys on the Welland platform and three remote wellheads to locate, size and verify the depth of burial of concrete mattresses laid decades ago to protect pipeline and umbilicals. PanGeo verified depth of burial of the concrete mattresses to a resolution of 5cm.
This project was the first time we have interfaced our SBI to Atlantic Maritime’s ROGE ROV system onboard the Atlantic Explorer.