The 21st International Crane and Lifting Conference
19th-21th of April in Aberdeen
Safelink will be presenting:
New Technology/Lifting operations and planning:
Adaptive Passive Heave Compensation
Speaker: Ms Signe Marie Oland (Safelink)
For the Julimar Development Project Safelink will deliver an adaptive PHC system with a SWL capacity of 1200 tons. Not only is this among the heaviest passive heave compensated subsea operations ever completed, but the novel feature of this operation is the utilization of the new adaptive system. Safelink adaptable PHCs make it possible to install several manifolds of various weights without fully retrieving the PHC for adjustments between the lifts.
The PHC will be pre-charged for the first lift and programmed to self-adjust for the next, in addition to utilizing the systems topside and subsea mode. Safelink’s newest technology ensures that the PHC unit is optimized throughout the entire lift, through the splash zone and till the installation is completed. Not only for one lift, but for several lifts – without human interaction.
With this new technology Safelink aims to reduce human workload and inaccuracies, and increase safety and efficiency of the operation. The Julimar Development Project will be completed in march 2016 and Safelink will share the exciting new experiences from this project – including detailed information from the onboard monitoring system and live footage topside and subsea.
The Norwegian Society of Lifting Technology (NSLT) together with the Offshore Mechanical Handling Equipment Committee (OMHEC) are again proud to announce this years North Sea Offshore Cranes & Lifting Conference.
Every year the conference alternates between the oil capitals of Stavanger in Norway and Aberdeen in Scotland – these are the most important places of business for the North Sea oil and gas industry and home to regulators, the major duty holders, oil and gas contractors and service companies etc.
This years conference will have focus on:
Regulations & Safety
Sharing Best Practices experience transfer
Maintenance and Inspection
Human Factors & Training
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