Summary of References & Experience
It is not possible to fully describe the wide range of projects undertaken over the last two decades, however the summary below aims to provide a ‘snapshot’ of our activities, past, present and future. If you require any further information on our capabilities, experience and references please do not hesitate to request further information or contact us.
In cooperation with our Portuguese agents, we recently completed a complex but very successful Power Management System retrofit for the Portuguese Navy.
The Statoil Kristin Project in 2004 (carried out by Technip Norge AS) required laying of 10″ subsea pipe with simultaneous attachment of a piggyback direct electrical heating (DEH) cable onto the pipe during the lay operation.
Following on from our previous generator replacement project we were asked by the vessel managers Bernard Schulte Ship Management to investigate the feasibility of replacing the valve control system.
Due to continual reliability problems, age and availability of spares, the owner decided to replace all three of the vessels main diesel generators.
After failure of a Main Engine crankshaft, MJR were contracted to design and replace the safety systems on P&O European Ferries ‘European Seafarer’.
Reducing unnecessary machinery running hours can make dramatic savings on running costs.
Operating in the marine and offshore industry we’re used to working to impossibly tight deadlines.
In 2001, United European Car Carriers (UECC) contracted MJR to deliver a major automation and electrical system upgrade to ‘M/V Autocarrier’ at Germany’s Lloyd Werft Yard in Bremerhaven.
Over a seven week docking period in Santander, Spain we replaced virtually every automatic control and monitoring system on United European Car Carriers (UECC) vessel “MV Autotansporter”.
In order to provide a portable pipe spooling facility for the Shohvit project in the north of Norway, Technip commissioned the construction of a pipe spooling barge complete with twin rigid pipe carousel systems.
The latest Government and EU guidelines on waste management have led to a number of companies investing heavily in the design and development of integrated waste recycling plants.
The existing 24 year old main bearing monitoring systems on three sister ships had become increasingly unreliable and inaccurate, contributing to machinery failure.