Table of Contents

Table of Contents : Protecting and Preserving Marine Assets

1] THE PRACTICE OF PRESERVING MARINE ASSETS (Mostly focussed on cold stack techniques)
– The life of a vessel depends on the condition of its ballast tanks.
– Cold mothballing modern electrical switchgear.
– Certain rig systems should still be run every 45-60 days.
– Using sunlight to regenerate dessicant gel packs.
– Modern cold mothballed vessels still need a small preservation crew.

2] PHILOSOPHIES OF PROTECTING MARINE ASSETS. Matters to think about.
– Warm Stack Or Cold Stack? This May Be The Wrong Question.
– Cold Stacked but Ready-to-Drill
– Modustacking Services document proper rig lay-up procedures.
– The way we preserve our assets is costing us millions
– Managing offshore assets in tight times – the new priorities

3] CYCLES, TRENDS AND ATTITUDES
– Four Oilfield Mindsets That Are About To Change
– The Sears Tower Effect
– Shipping cycles: something nasty in the woodshed?
– BP Macondo disaster explained in 300 words

4] MANAGING PROJECTS AND MARINE ASSETS
– Selecting the right managers to deal with turbulent times
– Rig managers intimidated by politically correct scared cows.
– Communicating Asian Style: Dealing with a dozen languages
– Three Sensible Safety Trends We Would Like To See
– Duties of the Owner’s Team
– Prototypes – Innovations in Projects
– Project Planning, a 5 Minute Checklist
– Why Marine Projects Run Late

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