Reduce risk with accurate and efficient assembly services
Our completion assembly services reduce valuable rig time and risk of completion failure by making up and testing all tubular components offline at our specialized facilities. Our expertise and technical skills satisfy the most demanding torqueing, testing, and inspection ofoil country tubular goods (OCTG)and completion subassembly work includingcorrosion-resistant alloys(CRA)and offset tubulars.
Available 24/7, we can perform these services at our dedicated facilities in Aberdeen, Scotland, along with any other locations around the world. These strategically located facilities enable you to assemble and test any kind of tubular assembly.
In Aberdeen, our 22,668 ft2 (2106 m2) workshop—equipped with four overhead cranes—offers internal completion subassembly and component storage. Our fully enclosed test cell has five pressure lines to allow for simultaneous testing which is monitored with closed-circuit television (CCTV) and can accommodate testing pressures of 22,000 psi (152 MPa). Four torque stations with a torque range of 120,000 ft/lb (162 698 N m) can handle conductor casing with sizes up to 54 in. (1372 mm) diameter. Basket loading and unloading capabilities are also available.
Mobile services when and where you need us
With our versatile, cost-effective mobile bucking systems, our experts perform casing and completion component torqueing and testing at your locations. We also do stack-up tests and offer drillpipe break-in services. By using top-loading machines, our own power packs and torque-turn systems, we can complete work in hours that our competitors take days to perform.
Flow iron rental and refurbishment
We offer a comprehensive flow iron refurbishment and recertification service in accordance with the applicable standards (API 6A, SI 913 and PED). At our Aberdeen location, we provide rental packages, maintaining a substantial stock of 2-in. 1502 and 3-in. 1502 hydrogen sulfide (H2S) or standard equipment for that purpose. In addition, our experienced technicians can provide flow iron surveys on temporary pipework, fitted at offshore or onshore installations. Temporary rental packages can be supplied to replace customer-owned equipment that is found to be out of specification by the flow iron survey.