Offshore

Made-to-measure solutions, equipment supply and services dedicated to the offshore industry.

Under the banner of the IMECA brand, dedicated to the offshore industry, REEL provides specific expertise to support offshore operators and shipyards across the world.

IMECA designs, manufactures, assembles and tests hydraulic and electrical equipment designed for the lifting and laying of pipelines and risers.

A well-established specialist in:

Integration of complete laying systems for reeled rigid and flexible pipelines, from initial design to operational commissioning.

IMECA supplies components for deep water offshore activities, including:

Qualified engineering teams, working both on land and at sea, for mobilization and after-sales service operations.

A wide range of services is available, such as maintenance, spare parts, repairs and upgrades.

IMECA has a global presence, notably in the emerging markets of Asia-Pacific, Africa and Brazil.

References:

  • Technip: Flexible pipe laying system , using a tandem A&R system (2x310Te) for the ships Estrela do Mar and Coral Do Atlantico
  • VARD for SAIPEM Normand Maximus: Flexible and rigid pipe laying system  with large-diameter tensioners, 630 Te A&R with swell compensator and 3800 Te carousel under the deck.
  • MCDermott: Flexible and rigid reeled pipe laying system with a single tensioner, with a capacity of 400 Te
  • KLEVEN: for DEEPOCEAN Edda Freya: under-deck carousel – 3000 Te

 

 

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ITER Council milestone #50 successfully achieved . WELL DONE to ALL

It was a display of Titans, with no less than 1,000 tonnes of steel and concrete test loads attached to the giant hoists

ITER : Upending the steel cradle

Travelling the entire length of the assembly space (~ 170 metres), the REEL overhead cranes will be the workhorses

EDF Innovation Challenge : Archimedes’ buoyancy at REEL’s service

How to handle a 17-ton rack with a 2-ton overheadcrane?

Some news from ITER : load tests on the assembly bridge cranes

Testing the load path