The oil industry is setting a course for great depths. In its wake, BOURBON is developing its know-how in IMR services support to oil and gas clients and contractors.
Offshore projects in the oil and gas industry are in a strong development phase. Overcome, BOURBON offers its partners a full range of services coupled with its fleet and specialized equipment.
Modern and versatile vessels
With diesel-electric propulsion, DP2 or DP3 dynamic positioning, cranes with active heave compensation – with a lifting capacity up to 250 t on the surface and 120 t at depths of up to 3,000 m - our IMR vessels also feature a large deck area and significant lodging capacities. They all offer the payload and logistical support capacities necessary to give our clients great flexibility of use.
A complete, modular range of subsea services
With our integrated service offering, we are able to provide a tailored solution to our customers and contractors:
- installing jumpers and Xmas Trees
- deepwater visual inspections and mapping
- installing equipment at great depths
- supporting one or more ROVs
- diving support - laying cables, umbilicals, hoses or rigid pipes
- subsea interventions - well stimulation support
- drilling support - platform maintenance support
- support in case of accidents or fires in the oil fields
- transporting parcels of various sizes
- turnkey contracts
- project management
"In the field of IMR, there is no easy mission. Each one is a new challenge."
Tonci BonAciCaptain of the Bourbon Evolution 802
Our IMR expertise, in figures
- Over 10 years of operational excellence and growth
- Operations conducted at depths of up to 4,000 m
- New generation Bourbon Evolution 800 series
- Latest-generation ROVs
- Cranes with a lifting capacity of up to 250 t
IMR: Above all, a job for specialists
Ensuring the integrity, reliability, and safety of offshore oil fields for our clients: that's the ambition of our crews. Coordinating them makes it possible to deploy ROVs and ad hoc equipment in order to conduct each operation successfully.
Vessel captain, crane operator, chief engineer, engineer or deck crew: each of our employees makes sure to provide quality service, safely.
"We provide our clients with a team and integrated resources for each IMR mission."
Julia JohnstonCommercial Coordinator - Subsea Services
December 2013, New Caledonia. BOURBON was required by the mining group Vale to work under extreme conditions. The crews of the Bourbon Evolution 803 managed to repair a broken marine outfall in a depth of 40 m, in just 3 weeks, providing evidence of our crews' ability to manage complex... and urgent cases!