Developed following client requests, we now offer CAN-complete.
A full service Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation (EPCI) solution for the subsea well tophole and structural foundation.
The CAN-complete service will see us design and deliver the CAN solution best suited to the soil conditions, before organising the installation vessel and project managing the whole process.
By managing all aspects of a CAN installation we aim to simplify the process for clients by removing unnecessary interfaces with multiple suppliers.
With CAN-complete we estimate projects could reduce the cost of the subsea well tophole and structural foundation by up to 50%.
Reduction in the internal resources required, reducing their overheads on a project
Collective experience and learning from other projects
Streamlined processes, reducing the lead time where possible
Multi-client campaign delivery is possible, to reduce costs
For the installation and subsea activity we will work with the best available partner for the project.
To support this approach we have partnership agreements in place and work closely with selected key suppliers.
Ross Offshore will act as Neodrill’s marine and chartering department for relevant projects in Norway and the UK.
VP Ross Offshore, Operations, Jarle Vespestad:
“We have previously worked with Neodrill on several projects, towards the same goal of safe and efficient CAN installations for our clients.This partnership will capture both companies expertise giving the market, access to a tailormaid EPCI solution for this scope.”
Cut and recover
When it comes to abandonment, the surface casing is latterly cut from a vessel, using a casing cutting tool. This optimized process removes the need for unnecessary, expensive rig time in the abandonment phase.
This process has already been proven to reduce rig time by an estimated 12 hours during the world’s first cut and recover operation in the Norwegian Sea.
“The choice of the CAN-ductor was based on finding sustainable solutions for drilling in a sensitive area. It turned out to be economically sound also. The new recovery method is a continuation of the environmental focus and the cost-effective way of running this project”
Tore Øian, Head of Drilling in Wintershall Dea.