Deepwater has developed unique survey equipment and techniques for subsea inspection.
We have been heavily involved in Level II – IV surveys for over 15 years, and as training and inspection requirements have changed, we have rigorously maintained our certifications. Deepwater is a pioneer of true underwater cathodic-protection surveys. We have developed a number of survey techniques that give a true representation of existing conditions and can accurately estimate the remaining life of platform and/or pipeline cathodic-protection systems. We offer services for all aspects of underwater inspections including inspection-scope development, engineered-node selection per MMS requirements, final-report processing and data management and recording.
• CP potential survey on platforms, risers, and pipelines
• Contact measurements at selected locations (close potential survey)
• Proximity surveys (remote potential surveys)
• Continual CP data logging (Polascan)
• Structural damage survey
• Riser visual inspection
• Select anode inspection
• Bottom survey
• Debris survey
• Sump pile / intake survey
• Flooded-member detection survey
• Close visual weld inspection
• Magnetic particle survey
• U- thickness survey
• Conductor survey
• All inspections meet or exceed the requirements of API RP-2A
Deepwater has worked with all major diving and ROV companies to provide the best subsea inspections for our clients. Deepwater data recorders and inspectors utilize industry-standard methods to obtain the best possible results.
Deepwater inspection planning and work scope development meets the needs of the client, while also preserving the requirements of API RP-2A. The scope may range from a single cathodic protection survey to a full Level II-III-IV inspection.
Deepwater inspection planning and work-scope development meet the needs of our clients while also preserving the requirements of API RP-2A. The scope may range from a single cathodic-protection survey to a full Level II-III-IV inspection.
Deepwater has worked with all major operators over the years performing a vast number of different subsea inspections.