Technical Articles

OMAE 2012-84067 - Microbiologically influenced corrosion of Gulf of Mexico mooring chain at 6,000 feet depths
7.3.2012

During a post-installation inspection of a polyester and chain mooring system in water depths of approximately 6,000 ft, evidence of microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) was found in the form of rust tubercles known as rusticles.

Mooring Maintenance
5.18.2012

Kent Longridge, InterMoor, USA, outlines a practical approach to Mooring Integrity Management (MIM).

Unlocking Value
5.18.2012

Whilst the overall spend within the West Africa region has continued to increase over recent years this has been mirrored by increasing costs.

Study on Suction Pile Heave Resonance
4.27.2012

One of the challenges of installing a suction pile is the occurrence of the heave resonance of the pile-cable system during the pile lowering process.

Enabling Ultra-Deepwater Mooring with Aramid Fiber Rope Technology
4.27.2012

Enabling Ultra-Deepwater Mooring with Aramid Fiber Rope Technology

Conductor Pre-Installation, Deepwater Brazil
4.27.2012

This paper presents the requirements that led to the successful implementation of a subsea hydraulic hammer for installation of conductors offshore Brazil.

Subsea Heave Compensators
4.27.2012

In an effort to expand InterMoor's Subsea installation business and the Back of the Boat services we offer to our clients, we have discovered a need for an enhanced version of our existing Subsea Compensators.

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