9. Prosafe ASA (Norway)
Prosafe operates globally and has about 340 employees. The company is headquartered in Larnaca, Cyprus and is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange with ticker code PRS. Operating profit reached USD 222.2 million in 2007.
Prosafe comprises a parent company and the business division Offshore Support Services, the world’s leading owner and operator of semi-sumbersible accommodation/service rigs.
Prosafe has more than three decades of operational experience from the world’s largest oil and gas provinces. With an excellent uptime record, a solid financial performance and the ability to offer innovative in house technology and cost-efficient solutions, the company has positioned itself as a provider of high quality services.
Prosafe owns and operates 12 accommodation rigs (flotels).
Until May 2006 RXT has been operating one crew in the Gulf of Mexico, a dual vessel operation comprising a shooting vessel and a cable/buoy handler. Their GOM operations started in June 2004 and have demonstrated the superior imaging capabilities of the VSO sensors and cables.
RXT is planning a change according to the info on their site: “What we are going to do; Innovative business models to drive the marine multi-component business: In producing fields, For obstructed area long-offset applications, For time lapse 3D, Develop a “tool box” of acquisition methods (For deep water, For shallow water, For transition zone), Focus completely on what we do best: Marine acquisition.
Vision-statement: “to become the leading supplier of multi-component sea-floor acquisition.”
11. SBM Offshore (Netherlands)
SBM Offshore N.V. is a pioneer in the offshore oil and gas industry. Worldwide, we have over 4,000 employees representing 40 nationalities, and are present in 15 countries. Our activities include the engineering, supply, and offshore installation of most types of offshore terminals or related equipment. In addition, SBM Offshore owns and operates its own fleet of Floating (Production) Storage and Offloading units. SBM Offshore has a track record of developing innovative, cost-effective solutions for the ever-changing needs of its Clients. Each company of the group contributes its technical expertise, making SBM Offshore a market leader.
became a pioneer in Single Point Mooring (SPM) systems, dynamically positioned drilling vessels, jack-up drilling rigs, and heavy offshore cranes.
SBM Offshore’s present activities include the engineering, supply, and offshore installation of SPM systems for offshore loading and unloading of vessels or the permanent mooring of offshore oil production and/or storage vessels, as well as the turnkey supply of complete floating facilities for the production, storage, and export of crude oil and gas.
The latter comprise (FPSOs), (FSOs), (TLPs), (FPUs) and (MOPUs).
12. Sevan Marine (Norway)
Sevan Marine ASA is listed on Oslo Børs (ticker SEVAN) and is specializing in building, owning and operating floating units for offshore applications. The Company has developed a cylinder shaped floater, suitable in all offshore environments. Presently Sevan Marine has four floating production, storage and offloading units (FPSOs) and three drilling units contracted to clients. The Company is also developing other application types for its cylindrical Sevan hull, including floating LNG production and power plants with CO2 capture.
The Company’s business strategy is based on a Build-Own-Operate model, which gives Sevan control over the value creation chain.
13. Saipem (Italy)
“The Group is now the largest, most powerful, most international and best balanced turnkey contractor in the oil and gas industry.” The organization has been rationalised into three global business units: Onshore, Offshore and Drilling. It enjoys a superior competitive position for the provision of EPIC/EPC services to the oil industry both onshore and offshore; with a particular focus on the toughest and most technologically challenging projects – activities in remote areas, deepwater, gas, difficult oil.
Along with its strong European content, the major part of its human resource base comes from developing countries. Saipem employs over 30,000 people comprising more than 100 nationalities… it employs large numbers of people from the most cost effective developing countries … and has sizeable service bases in India, Croatia, Romania and Indonesia.
Saipem has a distinctive Health & Safety Environment Management System and its Quality Management System has been granted ISO 9001:2000 certification by Lloyd’s Register Certification.
14. Subsea 7 (Norway)
Subsea 7 is one of the world’s leading engineering and construction companies offering all the expertise and assets that make Subsea Umbilical, Riser and Flowline (SURF) field development and operation possible.
With a multi-national workforce in excess of 5,000 personnel, the company’s offshore operations are supported out of the North Sea, Africa, Brazil, Gulf of Mexico and Asia Pacific.
Subsea 7’s experienced and skilled project managers and experienced engineers offer all the disciplines that make subsea oil & gas development and operation possible, including complete EPIC services, and life of field IRM services.
These services are supported by a modern fleet of pipelay, construction, diving and ROV support vessels. Global Operations include logistical and spool bases which are supported by dedicated in-house survey and positioning resources together with
“Our deep-rooted health, safety, environmental and quality culture is inherent in all we have achieved to date and remains the pivotal foundations of performance.”
15. Technip (France)
“Backed by 50 years of experience and thanks to the expertise and know-how of its teams, Technip is a key contributor to the development of
2007 key figures: 23,000 employees in 46 countries, Industrial assets on five continents, A fleet of 19 vessels by 2010, Operating income from recurring activities: EUR247 million, Revenues: close to EUR 7.9 billion.
Fields: subsea, offshore and onshore.
16. TGS Nopec (Norway)
TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company (TGS) is a principal resource for global non-exclusive geoscientific data products and services in the oil and gas industry. Countries worldwide have entrusted TGS to assist with licensing rounds and the preparation of regional data programs. This global presence, which includes offshore surveys conducted in more than two dozen nations, is made possible by a diverse staff on three continents. Success in this competitive marketplace reflects a proud reputation for benchmark quality and personalized service.
1. Geophysical products & services. TGS specializes in the design, acquisition and processing of 2D and 3D multi-client seismic surveys worldwide.
2. Geological Data products & services. An industry-leading digital well log collection, well data management & services, multi-client interpretive products and subsurface consulting are also available from TGS.
3. Imaging Services. TGS delivers advanced high performance imaging and software solutions to support its geoscience data programs.
17. John Wood Group (GB Scotland)
Wood Group is an international energy services company with $4.4bn sales, employing approximately 25,000 people worldwide and operating in 46 countries.
Wood Group is an international energy services company with more than $4.4bn sales, employing approximately 25,000 people worldwide and operating in 46 countries.
The Group has three businesses – Engineering & Production Facilities, Well Support and Gas Turbine Services – providing a range of engineering, production support, maintenance management and industrial gas turbine overhaul and repair services to the oil & gas, and power generation industries worldwide.
Wood Group is among the global market leaders in: deepwater engineering, offshore pipelines, artificial lift using electric submersible pumps, enhancement of oil & gas production in mature fields, the repair and overhaul of industrial gas turbines.
Wood group focuses on three areas: 1.Engineering and production facilities. Greenfield, infield engeineering, production enhancement and maintenance. 2. Well support and 3. Gas Turbine services. (*)
(*) – Information gathered from the companies websites…