Since the company was founded in 2003, MSI has conducted hundreds of mooring deployments in 55 countries worldwide. In late 2018 Total contracted us to mobilise what would be our longest moorings for deployment in the deepest water so far (3,150m) at locations just north of the border between South Africa and Namibia. The moorings … Continue reading Metocean Services International Nears Completion of Project With Deepest and Longest Moorings to Date
The Alexandroupolis Independent Natural Gas System (INGS) is a modern, cutting edge technology project which will supply natural gas into the Greek and Southeast European gas markets. The project comprises of an offshore Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) and a subsea and onshore gas transmission pipeline system. Expecting to begin … Continue reading MSI Completes 520 Day Measurement Programme to Support Feed of FSRU and Pipelines at Alexandroupolis, Greece
The Port of Laayoune (El Aaiun) is located in Morocco, servicing the city of Laayoune which is a hub for fishing and for phosphate mining in the region. As part of port expansion plans, the global contracting company Archirodon was awarded an EPC contract which includes construction of a new 950m breakwater, part of which … Continue reading MSI Provides Metocean Data To Support Construction Of Breakwater – And Adds 55th Country To Our Experience List!
While a significant portion of our work is servicing the metocean data collection requirements of oil and gas and related industries, we are always pleased when we are given the opportunity to support larger projects related to marine and coastal management. As part of the Monitoring for Environment and Security in Africa (MESA) programme, funded … Continue reading MSI Installs Wave Buoys For Indian Ocean Islands As Part Of European Union Funded Project
Metocean Services International (MSI) and BMT have been jointly awarded a contract by Gastrade to deploy an Environmental Monitoring System (EMS) and develop metocean criteria to be utilised for the design of the offshore moored FSRU and the subsea pipeline to shore. The Alexandroupolis FSRU will be located offshore Greece in the northern Aegean Sea … Continue reading MSI and BMT in Joint Alexandroupolis FSRU Terminal Project Award
MSI recently completed an intensive, short-term metocean measurement campaign in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, contracted by Technital on behalf of the Tanzanian Port Authority (TPA). This formed part of a larger field data collection programme in support of future dredging operations in the Port of Dar es Salaam. The campaign comprised a number of measurement … Continue reading MSI Completes Field Measurements in Dar es Salaam
Metocean Services International (MSI) has recently completed the first annual service of McDermott Australia Pty Ltd’s (MAPL) AXYS WatchMate™ current and wave buoy. The buoy was sold to MAPL in 2014 accompanied by an installation and service contract for an initial 3 years. The buoy is installed in 270m of water in the ICHTHYS field. … Continue reading MSI Successfully Complete First Year of Measurements for McDermott Australia in the INPEX “ICHTHYS” Field
MSI is pleased to announce the award of a major metocean contract and the subsequent successful deployment of a large metocean mooring array offshore Tanzania for Shell (formerly BG) With water depths ranging from 53m to 2,620m, the array comprises 2 AXYS Technologies WatchmateTM metocean buoys as well as 12 subsea moorings, measuring waves, currents and … Continue reading MSI completes deployment of large metocean mooring array offshore Tanzania
Metocean Services International (MSI) has been awarded a 1 year metocean measurement program for Twinza Oil Limited in Papua New Guinea (PNG). Incorporated in 2004, Twinza Oil Limited has assets in Papua New Guinea, Australia and Thailand. Twinza is proposing to develop the Pasca A project, discovered in 1968, some 200km west of Port Moresby … Continue reading MSI Awarded 1 Year Project in PNG for Twinza Oil Limited
In April 2007 MSI was contracted by Hardman Petroleum to conduct a 6 month metocean measurement campaign to support their intended developments in Lake Albert, Uganda. Little did we know that, following a transfer of the contract from Hardman to Tullow Oil, the initial 6 month programme would end up continuing for over 8 years, … Continue reading After 8 Years, MSI Wraps Up in Uganda…. for now….