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Report
N-Class
Harsh Environment Jack-up
Drilling/Production
SKDP N-Class Jack-Up Unit
Drilling/Production
Marketing Presentation
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SKDP CLASS-N JACK-UP UNIT
TABLE OF CONTENT
1
Company Background
2
Rig Concept and Design
3
Operations Management
4
QHSE
Marketing Presentation
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COMPANY BACKGROUND
SKEIE DRILLING & PRODUCTION ASA

Skeie Drilling & Production ASA KDP (SKDP) established September 2006 and
located in Kristiansand

49% Owned by Skeie Group and 5% by Keppel Offshore Ltd, 46% external
investors

Administrative services will be hired from Skeie Group AS

Operational Management Agreement with ProCorp Offshore Management Services

Signed contract for design and construction of three (3) KFELS Class N Jack-up
Unit with delivery March, August and December 2010.

OTC listed in Oslo
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COMPANY BACKGROUND
COMPANY SET-UP
Skeie Drilling & Production
ASA
100%
Board of Directors
•Chairman, Bjarne Skeie
•Board member: Anne Breive
•Board member: Edmund Mah (KFELS)
Management
•Birger Skeie, CEO
•Willy Tørhaug, COO
•Dag Eggan, QHSE Director
•Stein Eggan, VP Business Develpoment
•Svein Anton Bjørnholmen,CFO
Offshore Production
Services
100%
ProCorp Offshore
Management Services
Management agreement
Technical operation of rigs after
delivery
Jackup rig #1
Jackup rig #2
Jackup rig #3
Incorporated: Cyprus
Incorporated: Cyprus
Incorporated: Cyprus
Delivery March 2010
Delivery August 2010
Delivery December 2010
Technical support during
construction
Skeie Group
Management agreement during construction and
operations
Technical management during construction
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COMPANY BACKGROUND
PROJECT SCHEDULE – RIG # 1
2007
2008
2009
2010
D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A
Contract signed
Engineering
Procurement
Major deliveries
Construction
Fabrication/Assembly
Erection
Mechanical
Testing/Commissioning
Delivery
1) Delivery of unit #2
2) Delivery of unit #3
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– August 2010
– December 2010
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COMPANY BACKGROUND
KEY COMPANY STRUCTURE
Skeie Drilling & Production ASA
(Kristiansand, Norway)
SKDP Project Management/
Project Supervision Group
SKDP Operations Management
Group (Onshore)
KFELS Shipyard Singapore
(Engineering / Construction)
Rig Offshore Organisation
(Kristiansand, Norway; KFELS Shipyard,
Singapore; Sub-Contractor Manufacturer Yards)
(Trondheim, Norway + Local Base Office)
Sub-Contractor Manufacturer Yards
(Engineering / Construction)
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COMPANY BACKGROUND
SKDP – PROJECT ORGANISATION
Oil Company
Skeie Drilling & Production
SKDP OPERATION
Willy Tørhaug
Dag Eggan
MARKETING & SALES
Stein Eggan
Birger Skeie
SKDP PROJECT TEAM
Finn Sødal
HSE ADVISOR
Dag Eggan
HULL
Arnt Henriksen
MACHINERY
Stein Anderssen
QA/HSE
Jan Brataas
TECHNICAL MANAGER
Helge Skeie
PURCHASE
Jens Ugland
DOC.CONTR./SEC.
Beate Austefjord
El./INSTR.
Halvor Flatland
DRILLING
Trond Standal
STRUCTURE
Arne Tønnessen
JACKING SYSTEM
Morgan Tønnessen
POWER SYSTEM
Halvor Flatland
DRILLING
Trond Standal
MARINE/ACCOM.
Arnt Henriksen
MACH.SYSTEMS
Stein Anderssen
COMMUN. / INSTR.
TBN
MUD SYSTEM
Knut Bakke
SITE TEAM
PRODUCTION
SITE MANAGER
TBN
Offshore Production
Services AS
FSO
OSM Offshore AS
Vetco Aibel AS
PIPING
Arild Lervik
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SKDP CLASS-N JACK-UP UNIT
TABLE OF CONTENT
1
Company Background
2
Rig Concept and Design
3
Operations Management
4
QHSE
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
SPECIFICATIONS FOR DRILLING AND PRODUCTION OPERATIONS
 Self-Elevating Drilling Unit (KFELS Class N)
 Harsh Environment North Sea and Canadian waters
 High pressure/high temperature deep well GoM
 Extended reach and transverse skidding of Drill Floor
 Combined drilling & production facilities
 10 wells tie back or sub sea completion with production module
installed
 Subsea well completion with HP riser and dry BOP over large
subsea template – 75 ft long x 66 ft wide
 Large Subsea X-mas tree (45 mt) handling through Cantilever
hatch 5x6m
 Operations in 122 meters water depths. Optional 132 meters with
10m leg extension.
 Drilling depth up to 35,000ft (10,667M) Set Back.
 Derrick 1000 tons.
 Triangular hull with three (3) triangular truss legs each fitted with a
spud can with tip at its lower end. The modified triangular hull is
264 ft. (80.46M) long, 289 ft. (88.09M) wide, and 35 ft. (10.67M)
deep at the side.
 LQ designed to accommodate 120 persons.
 Helicopter deck designed for Sikorsky 61N and S92 helicopter.
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
COMBINED DRILLING AND PRODUCTION OPERATIONS
The Cantilever and Drill Floor can be repositioned 26ft (7.92M) to the
Port side of the Vessel, to allow space for installation of a future
production process module.
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Limits
Area:
Height:
12,918 sq ft (1,200M2)
52.5ft (16M)
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
N-CLASS COMBINED DRILLING / PRODUCTION UNIT WITH STORAGE TANK
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
SPECIFICATIONS FOR DRILLING AND PRODUCTION OPERATIONS
 Drill Floor located on the
substructure above the cantilever.
 Cantilever capable of being skidded
fore and aft with center line
(primary Cantilever position) of
rotary up to 75 ft (22.86m) aft of
stern
It can be relocated 26 (7,92m) ft to
port (secondary Cantilever position)
 The Drill Floor can be skidded 20 ft
(6.1m) port and starboard of the
Cantilever centerline both in
primary position and in secondary
position
 Max operation envelop over a preinstalled Jacket/Wellhead Platform:
75 ft aft of Transom, 20 ft to
starboard of hull centerline and 46
ft to port of hull centerline.
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
SPECIFICATIONS FOR DRILLING AND PRODUCTION OPERATIONS
 The Cantilever and Drill Floor can be
repositioned 26ft (7.92M) to the Port
side of the Vessel, to allow space for
installation of a future Production
Process Module. 12,918ft2 (1,200m2)
in area and 52.5ft (16m) maximum in
height.
 With the cantilever/drill floor in offset
position with 10 wells tie back (1500
ton tension)
 Row no. 1 - 5 wells 12 ft aft of transom
 Row no. 2 - 5 wells 20 ft aft of transom
• With cantilever in secondary position
and no production module installed a
total of 12,918 square ft (1200 square
m) free main deck area is available in
one common space. (Page 16)
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
CANTILEVER FOOTPRINTS
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
CANTILEVER FOOTPRINTS
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
CANTILEVER FOOTPRINTS
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
DESIGN OPERATING CONDITIONS – STANDARD DRILLING MODE
Design Operating Conditions
Design Storm Survival Conditions
Imperial
SI
Leg Length
596.0 ft
182 m
Water Depth
430.0 ft
131 m
Maximum Wave Height
90.22 ft
27.5 m
Corresponding Wave Period
17.4 sec
17.4 sec
Maximum Wind Velocity (1-minute
average)
88.31 knots
45.4 m/sec
1.00 m/sec
Current at Surface
2.624 knots
1.35 m/sec
0.486 knots
0.25 m/sec
Current at Mid-Depth
1.128 knots
0.58 m/sec
0.486 knots
0.25 m/sec
Current at Seabed
1.011 knots
0.52 m/sec
Air Gap
69.0 ft
21.03 m
Air Gap
69.0 ft
21.03 m
Penetration
10.0 ft
3.05 m
Penetration
10.0 ft
3.05 m
34,800 kips
15,785 MT
700 kips
318 MT
7,000 kips
3,175 MT
41,800 kips
18,959 MT
Parameter
Imperial
SI
Leg Length
596.0 ft
182 m
Water Depth
430.0 ft
131 m
Maximum Wave Height
68.0 ft
20.72 m
Corresponding Wave Period
15 sec
15 sec
Maximum Wind Velocity (1-minute
average)
70.0 knots
36.01 m/sec
Current at Surface
1.940 knots
Current at Mid-Depth
Current at Seabed
Weights:
Parameter
Weights:
- Elevated Hull Lightship Weight*
34,800 kips
15,785 MT
- Elevated Hull Lightship Weight*
- Maximum Combined Drilling
Load**
3,000 kips
1,361 MT
- Maximum Combined Drilling
Load**
- Maximum Variable Load (Including
Combined Drilling Load)
10,000 kips
4,535 MT
- Maximum Variable Load (Including
Combined Drilling Load)
- Total Elevated Load***
44,800 kips
20,320 MT
- Total Elevated Load***
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
TECHNICAL COMPARISON WITH PEERS
RIG DESIGN
Class
Operating water depth (ft)
Drilling depts (ft)
Hull size (ft) (LxBxD)
Leg length (ft)
Cantilever outreach (ft)
BOP (psi rating)
Mud Pumps
Liquid mud capacity (bbls)
Bulk mud capacity (bbls)
Drawworks (hp)
Top Drive
Cranes
Main Power(hp)
Variable Deck Load (st)
Accomodation
Keppel N-Class
MSC CJ70-X150A
DNV
400 (430)
35,000
264/289/35
598
75
15,000
3 (space f or 4)
6,600
15,892
4,600
1 000 tons/2x1150 HP
3
13,050
4,535
120
DNV
492
30,000
291/336/38
673
90
15,000
4
6,793
15,723
4,600
750 tons/1150 HP
3
14,484
4,600
120
MSC CJ62-S120 MSC CJ70-X150A 1)
DNV
380
30,000
256/296/35
541
60
15,000
3
5,400
14,027
3,000
750 tons/2x1150 HP
3
6,880
3,693
115
DNV
492
40,000
291/336/38
673
90
15,000
4
6,793
15,723
4,600
1 000 tons/2x1150 HP
3
14,484
5,200
120
1) Enhanced version of the existing CJ-70 design with increased drilling depth, increased variable deck load and 1000 t top drive.
Source: Company, ODS Petrodata
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
OPTIMISED DRILLING EQUIPMENT

Derrick model SSBN 1100-40X40X180

Crown block/Traveling block 1100 sh. Tons 72” diameter 2” groves.

Top Drive Model HPS 1000-2E-AC-KT Torque 78450 ft. Lbs. continious

Retractable Dolly for Top Drive

Drawworks 1100 sh. Ton 16 lines 4XAC GE motors with regenerative braking + disc
brakes for parking and emergency brake

1000 sh Ton Rotary support table 49 ½”, Max 15 rpm / 45000 ft.Lbs. at 5 rpm.
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
OPTIMISED DRILLING EQUIPMENT

Dead line anchor 160 kip. Floor mounted Rotary slip

Dual Hydraulic catheads with commen control panel

PipeRacker 10 ton lifting capacity. Parallel racking of 90 ft stand. Off line Stand
building capability for DP, DC and Casing.

Fingerboard: 35.000 ft racking capacity. DP- 286 st. of 5 7/8” and 108 st. of 6 5/8”,
10 st. of 9 ½” DC, 22 st. of Casing 9 5/8” or 14 st. of Casing 13 3/8”

Belly Board for 199 stands locking latch for each pipe slot.

Stabbing basket/work basket 250kg swl.
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
OPTIMISED DRILLING EQUIPMENT

Drillers Cabin elevated 2 m with 2 chairs and Cyberbase operation stations.

Catwalk machine with remote control from DCR or Drillfloor and tail in /out arm for
transport of DP, DC and Casing up to 36” OD to rotary, separate pull back winch on
Catwalk structure

Drillfloor Manipulator Arm with remote control from DCR or Drillfloor for DF handling
and tail in operations of large tubular

Pipe handling crane Working radius 25 m. SWL 5.5 Mt.

3 x 5t utility winches with remote control, installed in Derrick level at level 4

1 x Derrick Man rider winch with remote control, installed in Derrick level at level 4

Iron Roughneck type Wellquip
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
WELL CONTROL EQUIPMENT

Surface 18 ¾” BOP Shaffer 18-15M
- 1ea spherical 10 K
- 1 ea pipe Ram 15 K
- 1ea. Shear Ram 15 K with Booster for max shearing capacity
- 2ea. Pipe Ram 15 K
- 2ea.3 1/16” 15 M type DB valve Hydraulic operated
- 2ea 3” 15 M type B valve manually operated

Koomy Hydraulic Power Unit
- Remote control of HPU functions from Drillers panel and Tool Pushers panel
- Emergency remote operating panel located in central control room
- 3000 psi. working pressure
- Accumulator capacity to meet API 16D and PSA requirements
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
WELL CONTROL EQUIPMENT
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
WELL CONTROL EQUIPMENT

Choke & Kill Manifold 15 K
- 2ea Remote operated chokes from Drillers Cabin
- 2ea. Manual operated choke

1ea. Poor boy degasser 12” went line a bow top of derrick

2ea. Swaco CD 1400 degasser with blower

Vetco KFDJ-500 49 ½” diverter System 16” diverter lines
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
EQUIPMENT IN CANTILEVER

BOP Overhead Crane with 2x75 T SWL The two hoist beams are split to operate 75
T of each side of the well centre. For lifting of the BOP or sub sea X-mas Tree, the 2
hoists beams run simultaneously.

2 x120 t BOP skid to handle BOP or X-Mas tree from landing area to BOP Crane
working area, or onto BOP 130 t trolley

1 x Cellar deck opening 130 t BOP trolley

1 x Cellar deck transverse moving and telescopic work basket

1 x Cellar deck Man rider winch with remote control, installed in cantilever

2 x 5 t utility winches local control in Cellar deck

Conductor Tensioning System 700K capacity fold down conductor tensioning
platform (centre 20 feet aft of hull)

Riser Tensioning System 700K capacity – 4 cylinders installed below Drillfloor
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
MUD CIRCULATING SYSTEM

3 x Mud HP pumps 7500 psi. Model NO 14-P-120. 2200 HP/2 GE AC motors and
Centrifugal pumps arranged for charging.

5 x VSM 300 dual deck Shale Shakers.

2 x centrifugal mixing pumps arranged with manifold for simultaneous mixing in active
pits and reserve pits

Power and piping provided to delegated place for Centrifuge.
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
MUD PIT CAPACITIES
Length
Width
Tank Height
Height at Usable Volume
Usable Volume
Allowance
Net Volume
in
mm
in
mm
in
mm
in
mm
in3
m3
bbl
%
m3
Mud Pit No.1
216,0
5486
180,0
4572
197
5004
186
4724
7231680
118,5
745
5,0
112,6
Mud Pit No.2
216,0
5486
180,0
4572
197
5004
186
4724
7231680
118,5
745
5,0
112,6
Mud Pit No.3
216,0
5486
180,0
4572
197
5004
186
4724
7231680
118,5
745
5,0
112,6
Mud Pit No.4
216,0
5486
180,0
4572
197
5004
186
4724
7231680
118,5
745
5,0
112,6
Mud Pit No.5
288,0
7315
180,0
4572
197
5004
186
4724
9642240
158,0
994
5,0
150,1
Mud Pit No.6
288,0
7315
180,0
4572
197
5004
186
4724
9642240
158,0
994
5,0
150,1
Mud Pit No.7
288,0
7315
138,0
3505
197
5004
186
4724
7392384
121,1
762
5,0
115,1
Mud Pit No.8
288,0
7315
138,0
3505
197
5004
186
4724
7392384
121,1
762
5,0
115,1
Slug Pit
96,0
2438
84,0
2134
197
5004
186
4724
1499904
24,6
155
5,0
23,4
Pre-Mix
96,0
2438
84,0
2134
197
5004
186
4724
1499904
24,6
155
5,0
23,4
Pill Pit
96,0
2438
84,0
2134
197
5004
186
4724
1499904
24,6
155
5,0
23,4
1106,1
6957
Total
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
BULK TANKS (P TANKS)

Five (5) mud tanks each of 1875 cu ft (50 m3) and four (4) cement tanks each of
1875 cu ft, (50 m3).

Operating pressure of 60 psi and bulk material specific gravity 2.163.

Mud additive system with skid mounted sack cutting unit, big bag unit, liquid
additive skid, high rate mixer, HP mud share unit, density control unit and caustic
mixing unit.
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
TANK CAPACITY
Tank Capacity:
Fuel oil (3 tanks)
Base oil tank
Brine oil (2 tanks)
Mud pit
Mud contaminated tank
Drillwater (2+8 tanks)
Fresh water (2 tanks)
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Total capacity
880 m3
330 m3
782 m3
1050 m3
10 m3
6094 m3
831 m3
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
DECK LOAD PLAN
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Canteliver Pipe Rack
Total setback area
Drillfloor working area
Drawworks house top
Main deck (outside pipe rack)
Pipe rack (Main Deck)
IWO Production module
Quarters deck & plan
Loading platform
Emergency Generator room
•
Helideck is to be designed for Sikorsky S61 and S92 Helicopters in accordance with
CAP 437
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(800 kips) 363 ton 2637 kg/m2
(1200 kips) 544 ton
1953 kg/m2
459 kg/m2
2075 kg/m2
2637 kg/m2
3330 kg/m2
459 kg/m2
1318 kg/m2
459 kg/m2
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
RIG CRANES

1 ea. Electro hydraulic driven Deck crane starboard aft.
Certified for Zone 1, compliance with PSA/NMD regulation.
SWL 50 Mt @ 36 m
SWL 38,1 Mt. @ 46m

2 ea. Diesel engines driven Deck cranes port side and starboard
Compliance with PSA/NMD regulations.
1 off SWL 50 Mt @ 36 m / SWL 38,1 Mt @ 46m
1 off SWL 50 Mt @ 20 m / SWL 14,5 Mt @ 46m
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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN
WELL TESTING PROVISIONS AND AREAS

Well Testing Area assigned starboard aft between aft leg and cantilever (area
approx 7,5 x 9,0 meters)

Two burner booms will be installed on each side

Piping System

3" line, 600 psi(102.9bar), HP Gas

3" line, 600psi (102.9ar), Main oil

2" line, 150psi(10bar). Diesel oil

4" line, 150psi (10bar), Gas vent.

4" line, 150psi (10bar), Compressed air

4" line, 150psi (10bar), Sea water (Water curtain from seawater ring line)

3/4" line, 150 psi (10bar), Butane

4 connections for temporary air compressors feeding the test plant.
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SKDP CLASS-N JACK-UP UNIT
TABLE OF CONTENT
1
Company Background
2
Rig Concept and Design
3
Operations Management
4
QHSE
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OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE
Skeie Drilling & Production
ASA
Prod
Jack 1
Ltd
ProCorp Offshore
Management Services AS
Management Agreement
Prod
Jack 2
Ltd
Prod
Jack 3
Ltd
Offshore Production Services
AS
(100% owned by
Skeie Technology AS)
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OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY
I.
VIII. Execution of Drilling
Contract including
operational/ admin.
interface with Client
Development and
implementation of total
integrated QHSE
Management System
II. Emergency
Preparedness
management
III. Budget and Cost
management /
reporting
OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT
SERVICES
VII. Contract Management
VI.Regulatory
Compliance/Class-, Flag
State- and Coastal
Authority management
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IV. Unit insurance
management
V. Personnel management
including recruitment,
training, salary, taxation
etc.
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OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
MAIN ORGANISATION
(PROCORP OFFSHORE MANAGEMENT SERVICES AS)
CEO/Managing Director
Stein Eggan
Finance/Accounting Mng.
Heidi Fornes
Office Administration Mng.
Hilde Traaseth
Human Resources Mng.
Geir Bjørsvik
Marketing
(CEO/Managing Director)
Operations Director
Willy Tørhaug
QHSE Director
Dag Eggan
QHSE Manager
Jonny Mourad
Drilling Eq. Specialist
Kristian Skagemo
Contract/Project
Base Organisation
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OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
RIG BASIS ORGANISATION – UNIT 1, 2 & 3
Unit Owner
Operations Director
Willy Tørhaug
Operations Manager
(SKDP Units)
Administration/
Document Control
Operational/Technical
Support Manager **
Wages/Salary
Coordinator
QHSE
Manager **
Supply/Purchasing
Manager
Rig
Accounting *
Personnel
Co-Ordinator *
Technical/
Maintenance Manager
E&I Manager
Drilling Manager
Rig Manager
Rig Base Organisation
(Ref. next chart)
Marine Manager
* This function may support several
units depending on the area of
Operations
** This function shall interface
with/be assigned to the Project
Organisation/Construction
Management group during the
Design and Construction Phases.
Process Manager
(as applicable)
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OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
RIG BASE ORGANISATION (PER UNIT)
Operations Manager
(SKDP Units)
Rig Manager
QHSE
Advisor
Technical
Superintendent
Supply/Purchasing
Rig Accountant*
Personnel Co.ord. *
* This function may be same as for
Basis Organisation depending of the
area of Operations (i.e. Norway)
Rig Organization
OIM
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OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
Permanent Crew Onboard - # 25
UNIT OFFSHORE ORGANISATION
Drilling Mode Crew – # 14
Offshore Installation Manager
(OIM)
Production Mode Crew - # 7
Pending Activity Crew – # 6
Admin.
Camp Boss
Medic
Total Crew No.
Drilling/Production Mode - # 52
Safety Officer
Rig Operations
Superintendent
1+(1) x Storekeeper*
Process
Section Leader
Technical
Section Leader
Electrical
Section Leader
Drilling Section Leader
(Toolpusher)
Marine / Stability
Section Leader
Ass. Tech. Sect.
Leader
2 x Electricians
Tourpusher
Stability S.L. II
2 x Process CCR Op.
1 x Electronics
1+(1) x Driller*
2 x Crane Operators
4 x Process Operator
2 x Assistant Driller
3+(3) x Roustabouts*
Engine Room Op.
Motorman
Hydraulic Engineer
2 x Derrickman
Rig Mechanic
2 x Pumpman
Welder
6 x Roughneck
* Number in brackets (#) indicates additional number for full Drilling or combined Drilling/Production mode activity.
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OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
MANNING SCHEDULE (as per February 2008)
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SKDP CLASS-N JACK-UP UNIT
TABLE OF CONTENT
1
Company Background
2
Rig Concept and Design
3
Operations Management
4
QHSE
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QHSE
SKDP QHSE POLICY
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REGULATORY FRAMEWORK / CERTIFICATION
 Designed, constructed, installed, operated and maintained in compliance with
relevant and latest Norwegian Continental Shelf requirements as defined by the
Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA)
 Compliance based on DNV class requirements, the requirements of the Norwegian
Maritime Directorate (as applicable) and additional PSA requirements and will
generally follow the recommendations as outlined in “Handbook for Application for
Acknowledgement of Compliance”.
 For Working Environment, NORSOK standard S-002 specifically applies as design
specification.
 Above Norwegian Coastal State requirements selected as basis to achieve
equivalent or higher regulatory framework for world-wide operations including North
Sea, Canada and US waters.
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REGULATORY FRAMEWORK / CERTIFICATION
 Det Norske Veritas (DNV) Classification with the following class notations:
 1A1 Self Elevating Drilling Unit (N)
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Drill (N)
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HELDK-SH
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CRANE
 Designed in accordance with the following DNV specifications:
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OSS-101 Rules for Classification of Offshore Drilling and Support Units
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OSS-201 Verification of Compliance with Norwegian Shelf Regulations
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REGULATORY FRAMEWORK / CERTIFICATION
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The vessel shall be registered in the Panama’ Ship Register and comply with the latest and
relevant International Rules and Regulations for world-wide operations including:
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Governing maritime regulations for the country the Unit is to be flagged to.
The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) “Code for the Construction of Mobile
Offshore Drilling Unit”, 1989 Resolution A.649(16) (generally known as the 1989 IMO MODU
Code)
The International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) 1974, 1978 Protocol and
later amendments where being referred by the IMO MODU Code only.
The International Convention for the Prevention of Marine Pollution from Ships 1973, 1978
Protocol and later amendments (MARPOL 73/78).
The International Convention on Load Lines 1966, 1988 Protocol.
The International Convention of Tonnage Measurement of Ships 1969.
International Convention for the Prevention of Collision at Sea.
International Telecommunication Union ( ITU) Radio Regulations (1982)
ILO 92 and ILO 133
SNAME T&R Bulletin 5-5A Site Specific Assessment of Mobile Jackup Units, May
1944/1977 is only for Site Specific Assessment and not applicable for the current
assessment. When applicable, the Unit will have to be re-assessed base on the Specific
Site environmental and soil conditions.
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REGULATORY FRAMEWORK / CERTIFICATION
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Handbook For Application For Acknowledgement of Compliance (AoC) as published by the
Norwegian Shipowner’s Association Revision 03 dated July 1, 2006
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Norwegian Helicopter Deck regulation BSL D-51 issued by the Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority
(equal to Regulation of 22 December 1993 No. 1240 concerning helicopter decks on mobile
offshore units (NMD)) and CAP 437 issued by UK Civil Aviation Authority. Where discrepancies
are identified between BSL D-51 and CAP 437, BSL D-51 shall apply.
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Regulation and guidelines for potable water system and potable water supply on offshore unit
issued by Norwegian Institute for Public Health (NIPH) including :
NIPH “Guidelines for Sufficient, Safe and Good Potable Water Offshore” dated 19 December 2005.
 Regulation of 4 September 1987 No 860 concerning potable water system and potable water supply on
mobile offshore units
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Electrical standards:
 IEC standards and other relevant standards as defined within the AoC Handbook.
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The Offshore Deck Cranes shall be designed, installed and tested in accordance with the specific
requirements for Offshore Cranes as defined directly by the PSA regulations (not NMD) effective
at time of signing of this Contract.
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QHSE
CONCEPT RISK AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT STUDIES
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Concept Risk and Working Environment Studies performed (Workshop) in co-operation with
DNV iaw. principles outlined in NORSOK Z-013 including;
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Pre-screening Hazard Review
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Detailed Hazard Review
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Evacuation Review
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Working Environment Review (LQ and Working Areas)
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Environmental System design specification review (Zero Discharge)
Performed prior to Contract Agreement for construction, to verify feasibility of concept both
against prevailing Regulatory Framework (Norwegian Continental Shelf), ALARP principle for
Risk Mitigation and to identify any key cost drivers for the design, construction and operations of
the unit.
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CONCEPT RISK AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT STUDIES
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Initial concept analysis summarized in Concept Analysis Report with specific actions for further
follow-up both during the detailed design phase and throughout the phases of construction and
into Operations, to ensure risk ALARP and meeting the intention of the specified Regulatory
Framework.
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Concept Analysis further concluded with assistance from DNV in separate reports for reference
during the detailed design phases:
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Concept Working Environment Review report
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Concept Evacuation Study Report
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Concept Risk Analysis Report
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Concept Emergency Preparedness Review report
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Environmental Design Specification (included in Technical Design Specification)
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DESIGN/CONSTRUCTION RISK AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT STUDIES
(As per principles outlined in NORSOK Z-013)
1. Quantitative Risk Assessment Studies
1.1 Concept Risk Analysis
1.2 Design Risk Assessment
1.3 Construction Risk Assessment
2. Evacuation analysis
2.1 Concept Evacuation Analysis
3. Emergency Preparedness Analysis
3.1 Concept Emergency Preparedness Analysis
3.2 Design Emergency Preparedness Analysis
3.3 Construction Emergency Preparedness Analysis
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QHSE
DESIGN/CONSTRUCTION RISK AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT STUDIES
(As per principles outlined in NORSOK Z-013)
4a. FMEAs, Reliability and Vulnerability Studies – Vital Operating Systems
4a.1 Ballast System
4a.2 DP (Incl. Anchoring and Positioning)
4a.3 Electrical Power Supply
4a.4 Fuel Oil System
4a.5 Drilling System
4a.6 Open and Closed Drains
4a.7 Machinery Monitoring System
4a.8 Ventilation of Electronic Equipment
4a.9 Ventilation of Hazardous Areas
4b. FMEAs, Reliability and Vulnerability Studies – Safety and Emergency Systems
4b.1 Alarm Systems
4b.2 Emergency Communication Systems
4b.3 Well Control System
4b.4 ESD System
4b.5 Ventilation with Damper System
4b.6 Structural Safety Systems, fire partitions etc.
4b.7 Fire Pump System and Fixed fire-extinguishing System
4b.8 Electrical Emergency Power Supply
4b.9 Evacuation System
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QHSE
DESIGN/CONSTRUCTION RISK AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT STUDIES
(As per principles outlined in NORSOK Z-013)
5. Working Environment and Human Factors Studies
5.1 Kick off meeting and preparation
5.2 WE Program
5.3 Experience Transfer Analysis
5.4 Organisation and Manning Study
5.5 WE Area Limits (WEAL) and WE Area Chart (WEAC) Input
5.6 Arrangements/means of access
5.7 WE Analysis
5.8 Hazardous Chemicals review
5.9 WE Design Review
5.10 Human Factors in work systems
5.11 Psychosocial preconditions Study
5.12 Intermediate Status WE Inspections (fabrication phase)
5.13 As Built Status WE Inspections (commissioning phase) and Non-Conformity Reporting Input
5.14 Follow-up of vendors
5.15 Noise and vibration control
5.16 Constructability
5.17 Material Handling Study
5.18 Illumination study
5.19 Coarse Concept WE Design Review
5.20 Hazardous Chemicals risk assessment
5.21 Outdoor operations/cold stress – Wind Chill study
5.22 Human Factors in crane cabins (per crane cabin)
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QHSE
DESIGN/CONSTRUCTION RISK AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT STUDIES
(As per principles outlined in NORSOK Z-013)
6. Other Studies
6.1a Helideck Studies – turbulence modelling
6.1b Helideck Studies – temperature gradient assessment
6.2 Lifeboat concept sensitivity
6.3 HSE Program
6.4 Performance Standards for Vital Operating Systems and Safety and Emergency Systems
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RISK & WORKING ENVIRONMENT ASSESSMENTS
Norwegian PSA Requirements (NORSOK Standard Z-013)
UK HSE Safety Case Reg’s + PFEER Regulations
Concept Noise & Vibration
+ Lighting Evaluations
Concept Working Environment
Evaluation
Coarse Concept Safety Evaluation
Concept Environmental Evaluation
(Zero Discharge Compliance)
Noise Prediction
Design Study
Working Environment
Area Charts
(Design standard requirements)
HAZID Review
Layout Review
Zero Discharge Assessment
Lighting Prediction
Design Study
Working Environment
Assessments vs.
Working Environment Area
Charts
High Level Risk Assessment
(Including Fire & Explosion Risk Analysis)
Evacuation, Escape & Rescue (EER)
Analysis
Frequency & Consequence of:
• Blow-outs
• HC leaks - mud system & well test
• Ship collision
• Dropped objects
• Helicopter crash onboard
• Fires & explosions
• DP failure
• Occupational accidents
Quantitative Risk Analysis
(QRA)
PFEER /
Emergency Preparedness Analysis
UK Safety Case /
Norwegian “AoC”/
Certificate of Fitness etc.
Rig Design w/DALs
Risk Acceptance Criteria
QHSE Management System
Reliability & vulnerability Analysis
(FMEA):
• DP system
• Emergency power
• Ballast system
• Fire water/sprinkler
• Fire & Gas detection
• Control & communication
• BOP control system
Noise & Vibration Survey
(Sea Trials/Operations)
Ergonomic/MMI Assessment
(Sea Trials/Operations)
 Input to Operations Manuals/Em. Prep. Manual
 Input to Emergency Prep. Analysis
 Input to Maintenance Criticality Analysis
Lighting Survey
(Sea Trials/Operations)
Air Quality Assessment
(Sea Trials/Operations)
 Verify compliance with regulations
 Verify compliance with Company Risk Acceptance Criteria
Environmental HAZOP
Review
CONCEPT PHASE
DETAILED ENG. PHASE
OPERATIONS
Final Working Environment Area Charts for rig
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ISPS Ship Security Assessment + Ship Security Plan
ISPS Code Compliance
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PERSONNEL TRAINING AND COMPETENCE SYSTEM
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Qualification Requirements for all offshore positions is being defined and implemented for
guidance and follow-up during recruitment and training process.
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Draft Training Matrix including both Regulatory Training (Certification and Safety), Vendor
Training and In-House Training has been prepared for the new SKDP Jack-up units.
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Link to SKDP Offshore Training Matrix
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Specific Competency Development & Assurance Procedure for the SKDP Jack-up operations
being prepared by Operations Personnel defining the Rig Specific Competency Development
Program to be effective for the SKDP North Sea Operations. This includes development of inhouse QHSE Management System training packages.
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Separate Personnel & Competency Administration system OCS (Onsoft Computer Systems)
has been installed and implemented, to provide detailed planning tool for the training and
competency development activities and further the actual scheduling, execution and
documentation of all training activities to be performed.
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QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
INTEGRATED QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MODEL
QHSE Management System
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Key Management System Elements
ELEMENT
ADRESSING
Leadership,
communication and
commitment
Top-down-top commitment and company
culture essential to the success of the system.
Employee participation is a key factor.
Policy and strategic
objectives
Corporate intentions, principles of action and
aspirations with respect to all aspects of the
operations
Organisation,
resources and
documentation
Organisation and qualifications of people,
allocation of responsibility and resources and
documentation of sound QHSE performance
and Service Quality
Evaluation and risk
management
Identification and evaluation of risks, for
activities, products and services, and
development of risk reducing measures/barriers
Planning
Planning the conduct of the work activities,
including planning for changes and emergency
response
Implementation and
monitoring
Performance and monitoring of activities, and
how corrective action is to be taken when
necessary
Auditing and reviewing
Periodic assessments of system performance,
effectiveness and fundamental suitability as
basis for continuous improvement
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QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
SUPPORTING CONTROLLING DOCUMENTATION
Corporate Level
CORPORATE VISIONS
AND POLICIES
Unit Specific Level 1)
CONTRACT SPECIFIC QUALITY PLANS
OPERATION MANUALS FOR THE UNIT
COMPANY
STANDARDS
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS MANUAL
ONSHORE CONTINGENCY
MANUAL
SOPEP MANUAL
QHSE MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM MANUAL
SHIP SECURITY PLAN
QHSE MANAGEMENT
PROCEDURES MANUAL
UNIT SAFETY BOOKLET
COMPANY
CORPORATE FORMS
POTABLE WATER MANUAL
Above Corporate Documentation will also apply
for local Company Entities including Branch- and
Base Offices with local adjustments as required
in the QHSE Management Procedures Manual
and Onshore Contingency Manual.
UNIT TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
US CG LoI / SAFETY CASE / AoC / CoF
(including Key Risk/Working Environment Analysis)
YEARLY HES PROGRAM FOR THE UNIT
1) Unit
specific “as built” documentation, including P&ID’s, drawings, design philosophies,
vendor documentation etc., is not included in the listing of Unit Specific Documentation.
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QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
SUPPORTING CONTROLLING DOCUMENTATION
Corporate Level
QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MANUAL
QHSE MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES MANUAL
ONSHORE CONTINGENCY MANUAL
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Summary of Content
Overall description of the processes defined within each element of the
integrated QHSE Management System (ref. previous slide).
Detailed generic procedures defining the controlled processes
established for management of Administration, Finance & Accounting,
Personnel (HR), Marketing, Technical Supervision, Operations,
Logistics/Supply and general QHSE management.
Detailed description of the company’s procedures for management of
Emergency Preparedness and Response.
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QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
SUPPORTING CONTROLLING DOCUMENTATION
Unit Specific Level
Summary of Content
CONTRACT SPECIFIC QUALITY PLANS
Detailed description of various Bridging procedures between the Company’s established
QHSE Management System and the specific contractual requirements with the Client.
OPERATION MANUALS FOR THE UNIT
Detailed unit specific instructions and procedures for the operations of the unit’s
systems and equipment including Marine, Jacking Operations, Ballast/Stability,
Technical/Electrical, Anchor Handling and Drilling/Production Operations
(including Well Control).
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS MANUAL
SOPEP MANUAL
SHIP SECURITY PLAN
UNIT SAFETY BOOKLET
POTABLE WATER MANUAL
UNIT TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
US CG LoI / SAFETY CASE / AoC / CoF
(including Key Risk/Working Environment Analysis)
YEARLY HES PROGRAM FOR THE UNIT
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Detailed procedures and guidelines for the management of Emergency preparedness
and response onboard the unit, in line with pre-defined situations of Hazards and
Accidents (i.e. DSHA scenarios)
Detailed procedures and guidelines for the management of oil/chemical discharge
emergency situations onboard the unit (as per IMO and Flag State requirements.
Detailed procedures and guidelines for the management of Ship Security (e.g. anti
terror measures) including detailed Ship Security Assessment as per IMO and Flag
State required ISPS Code.
Detailed introduction handbook for offshore employees and visitors, including an
abbreviated version of the QHSE Management System and key procedures.
Detailed system description and procedures/guidelines for the Potable Water System,
including procedures for operations, maintenance and testing of Potable Water.
Detailed technical specification and description of the key systems and equipment
onboard the unit.
Various applications for Regulatory Approval from relevant Coastal Authorities,
including description of compliance with local rules and regulations, detailed compliance
studies and risk/emergency preparedness and working environment related analysis
and assessments.
Annual program defining the overall QHSE goals and objectives for the operations, and
further detailing QHSE related improvement activities for the upcoming period.
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QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
RIG OPERATIONS MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENT
PART 0
GENERAL
PART 1.1
MARINE
OPERATIONS
PART 1
MARINE
OPERATIONS
PART 1.2
TECHNICAL /
ELECTRICAL
PART 1.3
STABILITY
OPERATIONS
PART 2
DRILLING OR
PRODUCTION
OPERATIONS *
PART 3
SPECIAL
OPERATIONS *
(e.g. H2S, SimOps,
Complex Wells etc.)
PART 1.4
RIG MOVE
OPERATIONS
*) Specific
manuals containing operational descriptions, instructions and procedures for the operations of the unit’s systems and equipment
to be developed and implemented depending on the type of unit (e.g. drilling and/or production unit).
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Contact details:
Skeie Drilling & Production ASA
Tordenskjoldsgate 9
N-4612 Kristiansand
Norway
Telephone: + 47 38 04 19 40
Fax:
+ 47 38 04 19 41
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