Complete and integrated service
Our proven methods of executing on-station repairs, will enable you to ensure the safety of your asset and satisfy Class or regulatory requirements, while minimising downtime and impact on production.
We understand the constraints and challenges faced by FPSO operators and will work closely with your team to develop appropriate solutions.
We are able to project manage a scope seamlessly from start to finish covering all aspects including repair strategies, project execution, planning, cost control, logistics, engineering and trade testing.
In order to deliver the best service possible, MTL operates multi-disciplined repair teams who are capable of carrying out tank cleaning, inspection, and repair workscopes. This ensures continuity of the workscopes, and efficient execution from start to finish.
MTL experts developed the Safe System of Work (SSoW). It is a fully integrated power distribution and ventilation system with inbuilt fire and gas detection, dampers and automatic shutdown.
By utilising our SSOW routinely we enable effective on-station hot work repair and disruption to operations is minimised.
MTL retains an in-house team of highly skilled and vastly experienced Construction Supervisors, who regularly mobilise offshore to supervise our construction projects. All hold in date certification/training, and are available at short notice for urgent mobilisation requirements. They are also qualified rope access technicians (Level 1), so are capable of accessing worksites requiring the use of ropes.
Our extensive onshore support team includes Project Engineers, Project Planners, Naval Architects, CAD Designers, Internal Systems and Software Engineers, and Administration and Logistics support. All personnel are on hand throughout each offshore repair project to offer technical assistance as well as support and guidance to ensure the efficient delivery of each workscope.
We fully understand the challenges and hazards of carrying out on-station repairs. At MTL we take a holistic approach to safety, ensuring that access and egress routes, SIMOPS, emergency response, and safe atmosphere/ventilation are identified and incorporated into the repair documentation and safety risk assessments.