13 November 2020
After being approved, as a vendor, by BHP Billiton, Namaka SubseaTT provided a team of three Trinidadian dive safety representatives and one ROV auditor for a scope of work upwards of 65 days, approximately 40km off the north-eastern coast of Trinidad. The scope was completed utilising a DP2 Multipurpose Diving Support Vessel, with an 18-man twin bell saturation diving system with a working depth of 300 meters. This was one of several vessels engaged for the installation and commissioning of the WPP Platform (Ruby) by BHP Billiton where the platform tied back to the CPP & GEP platforms via subsea pipelines.
The Ruby development is a brownfield tieback opportunity located in the Block 3(a) development area that consists of four oil production wells, one gas production well and one gas injection well drilled through a new Wellhead Protector Platform (WPP).
The Namaka SubseaTT project team and onshore support team have been recognised for excellence and competence in their synergy with the Client and the 3rd party Contractors, proving that experience and professionalism exists in the Caribbean nation and should be utilised at every available opportunity. Namaka SubseaTT is committed to identifying a skilled workforce, as well as the utilisation of local content, and are committed to the provision of training where Namaka Compliance’s competence assurance support services identify any gaps required for the relevant individual’s competence profiles.
The individuals were included within Namaka Compliance’s Online Competence Management System “Athena” and were able to ensure that all competence profiles were created, confirming they all held the relevant training and competencies for their specific job role, as per international standards, proving Namaka SubseaTT are committed to ensuring the continued engagement of Trinidadian professionals in servicing the region.
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