Kakinada Marine & Offshore Complex (KMOC) set up for the main purpose of catering Marine, Oil & Gas offshore Industry with a view to provide One Stop Support Centre for all the Drilling Companies, Oil Companies and related Support Services Companies with various Shore and Sea based Services including Marine, Rig and Equipment repair facilities.
KMOC group, with its rich experience is bringing the latest technology to develop the infrastructure facilities for Offshore Drilling Rigs & Offshore Support Vessels with very high standards of Safety & QHSE, providing various advantages to the client/ultimate client both within the port limits and outside the Port limits.
A Multipurpose Offshore Equipment Repair facility tied up with, All the OEMs with full fledged Repair Shops with Certification for, all types of equipment including Equipments, Tubulars, Mud Pumps etc. Logistics & Storage facility for complete Marine Structures, Drilling Rig Equipment including the storage yard for all types of Tubulars.
Dedicated Warehousing facilities for preferred customers are being provided. Ware house for fast moving spares & Consumables: One stop service support facility for all the requirements of offshore Clients, developing a Supply Chain Facility. This facility with Inventory Management Services, which will also have air conditioned area for sensitive spares & consumables.
Growth expected in well intervention market At a time when the crude oil price is reaching a new high (around US$83/bbl at the time of writing) and a large number of newbuild subsea support vessels are entering the market the attention turns to well intervention and its part to play in the offshore scene. U.S. & Norway: Difference Between Drilling Regimes DNV has compared the U.S. Gulf of Mexico and the Norwegian offshore drilling regulatory regimes and regulations. The study identified several similarities, but overall there are some fundamental differences between the two countriesâ€™ regulations.
Immediately after the Deepwater Horizon accident, the Norwegian Oil Industry Association (OLF) asked DNV to research and prepare a report comparing the regulations in the US and Norway.
â€œThe Deepwater Horizon accident was very serious. The Norwegian oil industry is not in a position to investigate the incident, but the OLF asked DNV to examine the regulations in the two countries so that interested parties could better understand the differences between the two regulatory regimes and, not least, consider any changes to the Norwegian regulations,â€¿ said Director General Gro BrÃ¦kken in the Norwegian Oil Industry Association.