- Jon Attenburrow – Managing Director
FTAI OCEAN is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fortress Transportation and Infrastructure Investors LLC (NYSE: FTAI). Fortress Transportation and Infrastructure Investors LLC (“FTAI”) owns and acquires high quality infrastructure and equipment that is essential for the transportation of goods and people globally. FTAI currently invests across four market sectors: aviation, energy, intermodal transport, and rail. FTAI own and operate DP2 and DP3 Subsea construction vessels.
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FTAI Ocean provides vessel-based well intervention, well-enhancement, plug & abandonment and well related subsea services to the offshore Oil & Gas industry. FTAI Ocean delivers world class operational performance providing safe, professional and cost-effective solutions for our clients. Experienced project management, highly skilled subsea and well intervention engineers, industry proven equipment and techniques that can carry our Riser and/or Riser-less Well Intervention in up to 1500m of water depths. Subsea Intervention equipment and tooling deployed utilising the Vessels integrated 250T rated motion compensated Tower, from the state of the art, DP3, Well Intervention vessel the MV PRIDE.
The M/V Pride is an advanced DP3 vessel with 2,000m2 of deck space, 21MW of power generation, and a well intervention class 2 notation. Built in Canada in 2014 with an overall length of 130 meters and breadth of 28 meters, the Pride is equipped with a 250-ton active heave compensating (AHC) crane, a 35-ton auxiliary crane, a 7.2m-by-7.2m moonpool, and 6,000 tons of cargo carrying capacity. In addition, the Pride is equipped with ROV hangars, a dedicated ROV control room, and two work-class ROV’s rated to 3,000-meter water depth. The Pride can accommodate up to 100 people, including marine crew, and accommodation is configured in single and double cabins.
In its well intervention configuration, the Pride is equipped with a tower structure that provides for 250-tons of AHC lifting capacity through the moonpool. The vessel is equipped with a subsea riser-less package and topside handling systems to provide clients with a range of services for their intervention solutions.
FTAI OCEAN with team of experienced engineers has successfully completed subsea projects with the MV PRIDE in Southeast Asia, the Middle East and West Africa.
The M/V PIONEER is a Dynamically Positioned (DP-2) offshore subsea support vessel, well equipped for offshore construction, ROV, Diving, Survey and geotechnical support roles. Built in 2011, the DNV classed vessel is fully SPS compliant, with an overall length of 82 meters and breadth of 20 meters and provides over 700 square meters of clear deck space, 150 square metres of mezzanine deck and over 1,000 tons of cargo carrying capacity.
The PIONEER is equipped with a 50-ton constant tension subsea crane, and capable of plumbing to water depth of 1,000m and is configured with accommodation and facilities for up to 120 people, inclusive of marine crew.
The PIONEER is fitted with a Kongsberg KPOS Dynamic Positioning System (DP2). The DP system is supported by a HiPap 500 positioning system and additional position reference systems including taut wire that support manned diving operations.
The PIONEER is equipped with a Helideck and is fitted with a 5.4m x 5.2m moon-pool, dedicated hospital and project office facilities are available onboard.
The PIONEER has a solid track record, reliable and proven work history.
FTAI OCEAN’s Smart Tower System (STS) facilitates safe, flexible and effective well intervention and plug & abandonment operations. The system was specified by FTAI OCEAN and optimises performance by combining proven modular well intervention technology with innovative sub-system design. The STS facilitates riserless and riser-based well intervention operations in water depths of 80 to 1,500 metres, providing an Active Heave Compensated platform for surface pressure equipment, slickline & e-line operations and for the building, operation, and recovery of OWIR and intervention systems. Designed to operate in adverse weather conditions and certified in accordance with DNVGL-OS-E101.
The STS incorporates a dual-level Heave Compensated Platform, which allows easy access to the surface pressure control equipment whilst reducing stresses into the riser. The platform is actuated with a ram rig hoisting system which enables the deployment and recovery of 75ft OWIR joints and subsea pressure control equipment of up to 250-tonnes.
FTAI achieved another milestone, with the arrival of the Well Intervention Tower in Singapore, catch full action of the safe and successful offloading of the Well Intervention Tower, captured in a timelapse video.
Well done to the FTAI Team, together with support of Roll Group, Bertling and Pax Ocean Shipyard.Watch More
Whether you’re starting your career or are experienced in the industry and looking to join a Professional, Safe and Innovative Well Intervention company, we offer opportunity to motivated and talented people. Providing learning and development opportunities at every stage of your career and making a difference in the offshore energy industry.
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