Offshore Drilling Rig Weld Inspection with Diverless ACFM

Offshore Drilling Rig Weld Inspection with Diverless ACFM

The combination of ACFM (Alternating Current Field Measurement) technology and the MagCrawler offers a cost-effective, efficient, and reliable solution for inspecting critical welds on offshore jack-up drilling rig spudcan connections. This approach helps ensure the safety and uninterrupted operations of the client’s valuable asset.

Inspecting Concrete Weight Coating (CWC) Pipes with SPECTA

Inspecting Concrete Weight Coating (CWC) Pipes with SPECTA

The Challenge TSC Subsea was contracted by a client to  carry out wall thickness assessment of Condensate Export Pipeline (CEP) and Pipeline End Manifold (PLEM) without removing the protective concrete weight coat (CWC). The assessment was required as the client...

Subsea Pipeline Sand Erosion Inspection with Subsea Phased Array (SPA)

Subsea Pipeline Sand Erosion Inspection with Subsea Phased Array (SPA)

TSC Subsea were challenged to investigate sand erosion concerns on subsea structure piping off the coast of Western Australia. The inspection campaign covered multiple assets including Pipeline End Manifold (PLEM), tie in spool and subsea cooling skid in the Halyard Field and a PLEM in the East Spar Field.

Custom Designed Extrados Scanner for Inspection of Subsea Gas Lift Riser

Custom Designed Extrados Scanner for Inspection of Subsea Gas Lift Riser

TSC Subsea rises to the challenge of scanning and data collection on small diameter pipe bends by developing a custom designed “extrados scanner” for inspection of gas lift risers.

Multiple technologies deployed on multiple inspections across multiple assets by a single inspection vendor achieves big savings for the client.

External Subsea Inspection of Flexible Risers

External Subsea Inspection of Flexible Risers

TSC Subsea’s Acoustic Resonance Technology (ART) is currently the only third-party validated method of subsea detection of liquid ingress in the annulus of flexible production risers. It is deployed using the ARTEMIS® tool which has a broad application range and can be used on risers and flowlines down to 3000m water depth.