Over the years OEG Offshore has delivered a multitude of high-specification ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicles) module containers to leading subsea contractors and ROV operators.
OEG’s experience in building and designing offshore modules for the ROV industry spans over 30 years, and our ongoing collaboration with subsea companies has developed our expertise in creating modules that meet with customer specifications in a very technically challenging sector of the energy industry.
Integration of customer's free-issue custom ROV control units can also be undertaken
Our units are not only designed to comply with DNV 2.7-1, ISO 10855 and A60 standards where required but can also be upgraded to Zone II for use in hazardous areas to enable cost-effective transportation around the world.
Recent high-quality units delivered to the IRM sector have included DNV 2.7-1 interlocking 13.5ft & 6.5ft insulated and lined, safe area ROV units for a subsea oilfield construction company in the USA.
DNV 2.7-1 Interlocking 13.5ft & 6.5ft Insulated and Lined, Safe Area ROV Units
DNV 2.7-1 / DNV 2.7-2 A60 control cabins
Another example of OEG's expertise in this sector is the design, manufacture and supply of a specialist maintenance cabin, safe area cleaning unit and subsea inspection cabin used for riser inspection, all for use in international waters.
|Offshore Cleaning and Maintenance Modules for a subsea services company|
|A60 ROV Control Cabin|
Many subsea contractors approach OEG to upgrade their ROV control cabins and workshops, these can be originally supplied by OEG or client-owned units.
|Bespoke ROV Control Vans for global deployment|
Upgrades from safe area to Zone II specification involves major electrical works, installation of full pressurization, fire and gas systems and other critical safety equipment to comply with Zone 2 requirements.
Our team is highly experienced and has a proven track record in the design, manufacturing and delivery of LARS modules.
Diver Launch And Recovery System Modules