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As an integral part of its overall engineering ability, Genesis uses its knowledge of operations and maintenance support to the benefit of early field development phases, providing innovative engineering together with operational experience. 

We draw on the skills available through the full range of engineering disciplines within Genesis to provide comprehensive solutions complementing our subsea operations support activities. 

With an established suite of processes and procedures, we provide robust support to planning and management for life-of-field inspection, maintenance and repair programmes. 

Being of significant size, we also can rapidly mobilise the necessary resources to deal with offshore problems, minimising production downtime. 

With recent technological advancements including big data and analytics, digital oilfield, virtual reality, Internet of Things (IoT), our systems and processes leverage technology and data to provide more efficient operations and maintenance support for our clients. 

General support and execution:

  • DSV campaign execution and management 

  • DSV and ROV IRM scope planning and support 

  • Operational planning and interface management  

  • Intelligent pigging management, execution and reporting 

  • Inspection campaign management and execution 

  • Vendor management 

  • Regulatory, well testing  

  • Site support – start-up/shutdown  

  • Production optimisation 

  • Operations input into design 

  • Operation Interface Impact assessment (brownfield modification/ simplification) 

  • Human Factors 

  • Operations Readiness management and planning 

  • Operations documentation (philosophies, manuals, procedures) 

  • Organisation design and manpower assessment 

  • OPEX estimation (activity based cost modelling) 

  • Competency management and assurance 

Repair and maintenance:

  • Repair engineering 

  • Systems diagnostics analysis 

  • Repair engineering 

  • System performance testing  

  • Maintenance routines and scheduling 

  • Maintenance frequency 

  • Maintenance documentation (philosophies, manuals, procedures) 

  • Technical audits and system evaluation 

  • Turnaround planning and execution 

  • Technical integrity verification 

  • Equipment spare assessments 

  • Maintenance level loading (manpower vs maintenance burden). 

Control systems management:

  • Systems testing and fault finding 

  • Repair and replacement 

  • Control system procedures 

  • Systems commissioning 

  • Condition monitoring  

  • Choke calibrations 

  • Remote monitoring/support for unmanned installations 

  • Integrated Control and Safety System (ICSS) operations interfaces design 

  • Alarm management.