In January 2013, Deepwater Corrosion Services, Inc. retrofitted an eight-leg, fixed steel jacket in the Gulf of Mexico with two RetroBuoy impressed-current cathodic-protection (ICCP) sleds. Sitting in about 300 feet of seawater, the platform’s.... read more
In October, 2012, Deepwater installed 36 RetroPods and two V-String monitoring systems on two platforms in the Gulf of Thailand. The entire project was completed in 60 hours using a team of saturation divers, and marks the greatest depth at which.... read more
Deepwater Corrosion Services Inc., USA, in conjunction with Alduco Engineering Services, Malabo, successfully designed and installed a 20-year Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP) retrofit system for CMS NOMECO (Perenco) Congo on... read more
In July 2012, Deepwater Corrosion Services was contracted by Phoenix to extend the life of the cathodic protection (CP) system on the Nexen-operated platform EI-295-AD using Deepwater’s proprietary subsea RetroLink sacrificial anode system... read more
During a survey of Gulf of Mexico subsea equipment and pipelines, it was discovered that a crucial component of an umbilical control system was electrically isolated from cathodic protection. Deepwater was asked to design and manufacture a retrofittable electrical jumper... read more
Deepwater Corrosion Services Inc., USA, in conjunction with Alduco Engineering Services, Malabo, successfully designed and installed 20-year Cathodic Protection (CP) retrofit systems for Atlantic Methanol Pipeline Company (AMPCO) ... read more
Deepwater Corrosion Services, Inc. recently retrofitted 69 shallow water wellhead platforms, gas lift manifolds, and production platforms in Helis’ Black Bay field. Due to the shallow average water depth (approximately 10 feet) and shoaling ... read more
Deepwater Corrosion Services, Inc. recently retrofitted an eight-leg, fixed steel jacket in the Gulf of Mexico with two RetroBuoy impressed-current cathodic-protection (ICCP) sleds. Sitting in about 330 feet of seawater, the platform’s ... read more
Our Deepwater EU offices in the UK successfully designed, deployed and commissioned 9 (nine) impressed current cathodic protection (ICCP) systems to 4 (four) fixed platforms located in the UK's North Sea Forties Field. The 35 year old platforms ... read more
The Lufeng (LF) 13-2 WHP is a fixed production platform owned and operated by the Chinese National Offshore Oil Company (CNOOC). The 4-leg structure is located in the South China Sea in approximately 430 ft [132 m] of seawater and was installed in 2005 ... read more
In conjunction with Egyptian agent Los Amigos, Deepwater retrofitted the cathodic protection system of a fixed platform in the Red Sea. The platform is located in 14 meters of seawater approximately one kilometer off the coast of Egypt ... read more
In August / September 2009, Deepwater Corrosion Services retrofitted the cathodic protection system on the Neptune Spar. The original cathodic protection system on the hull was approximately 300 sacrificial aluminum anodes ... read more
Deepwater Corrosion Services (DCSI) performed a retrofit to a pre installed impressed current cathodic protection (ICCP) system that that was damaged during hurricane activities in the Gulf of Mexico. ...
In 2008, Deepwater was commissioned by the Bahamas Oil Refining Company to replace an impressed current cathodic protection system, which had been totally destroyed by a hurricane. The system was protecting a loading dock ... read more
Working in conjunction with Deep Down Inc and Oceaneering Inc., Deepwater performed a cathodic protection retrofit of a fixed platform in two days. This Gulf of Mexico platform is a large 4-leg, 8-skirt pile fixed jacket, located in 720 feet ...
Deepwater Corrosion Services performed anode retrofits on 2 subsea development systems in 73 hours. These deep water installations, located in water depths ranging from 775 to 1,750 feet, consisted ..
Deepwater corrosion's retrofit systems have been used in the Gulf of Mexico for over a decade, and there is no sign of it letting up. With brown field assets seeing new life, operators are anxious to keep them up and running ...
In October 2007, Deepwater Corrosion Services in conjunction with Alliance partners Hockway Ltd. performed the first phase of a complete cathodic protection retrofit for Apache's Forties field, in the North Sea ... read more
In 2006, Deepwater Corrosion Services performed a cathodic protection retrofit for the Duncan Wharf, an aluminum loading berth in Port Alfred, Quebec, Canada using a variety of different corrosion control technologies ... read more
In 2006, Deepwater conducted a pipeline anode retrofit of an offshore process pipeline in Equatorial Guinea. The pipeline, located in water depths of 200 ft., had low cathodic protection potentials, prompting Deepwater's cathodic protection design team ... read more
Deepwater supplied and supervised the installation of seven (7) Vaulted Seawater Envelope (VSE) anode arrays on wind turbine monopiles in the Irish Sea. Each monopile, located in 8 m -10 m water depth, was retrofitted with one VSE and one transformer rectifier ... read more
In 2004, Deepwater Corrosion Services was commissioned to develop a pile anode for a pier in the Cook Inlet, Alaska. The Raparound pile anode was developed and commissioned to address the uniquely harsh environment ... read more