OEG Offshore reports boost to A60 Cabin rental business
OEG Offshore (OEG) – which specialises in the design, build and rental of specialist A60 cabins and cargo-carrying units to offshore oil and gas markets, has reported new business for the A60 rental fleet worth more than £250,000 GBP ($320,000 USD) in 2018.
A significant number of DNV 2.7-1 A60 Zone 2 and Safe Area engineering cabins were mobilised to new customers for short & long-term rental contracts in the UK, Africa and the USA along with high specification bespoke units for sale.
The global fleet of A60 rental cabins are manufactured to the highest international standards of DNV 2.7-1, DNV 2.7-2 and ATEX, including compliance with SOLAS/IMO for A60 fire protection as standard. This means that the units can be mobilised at short notice and moved to different oil and gas regions without restriction.
Angela Caldow, Proposal & Logistics Manager states, “Our success comes from OEG’s ability to provide customers with exceptional technical excellence and a dedicated service for the sale and rental of offshore A60 cabins. The combination of the team’s knowledge and the logistics involved is renowned in the oil and gas industry, making OEG Offshore a reliable choice for new and existing customers. They can also benefit from fleet management services, including the repair, maintenance and refurbishment of their own A60 units as well as a bespoke cabin design service.”
Standard A60 cabins are available in a wide range of sizes and layouts and are hired by a variety of energy related companies across the supply chain, with the most common requirement specifying office or control room layouts. OEG Offshore also support customers offshore with experienced technicians providing vital experience during contract.
Several upgrades and options are also available including bespoke-outfitting and laboratory equipment. OEG’s range of cabins with separate geological and laboratory area are ideal for Logging while Drilling (LWD) and Measurement while Drilling (MWD) applications which are popular with the well service sector. All cabin layouts are designed to optimise workspace efficiency, personnel safety and built to withstand the most hostile offshore and marine environments.