As the summer campaign season comes to an end in the North Sea, Tymor Marine looks back on an eventful few months. We have had an exceptionally busy and challenging time in the UK, Ireland and the US.

The summer saw increased activity in the North Sea for our structural and naval architecture disciplines. Various shutdowns and maintenance periods saw increased workscopes directly from operators, seafastening high value equipment on its way out to platforms, we had jobs ranging from replacement exhaust stacks to well intervention towers.

Vessel mobilisations also kept us busy, seafastening ROVs, cranes, A frames and other project equipment. This included two separate engineering challenges of putting cranes and A frames on producing assets with no hot work allowed.

A recurring theme over the period has been the life extension of assets both in oil and gas and defence industries. This requires a combined effort across Tymor’s naval architecture, marine engineering and structural disciplines.

The good news is that winter is looking just as positive as we look to add additional specialist capability. We pride ourselves on our ability to provide independent, cost effective support to our growing client base across the marine sectors.