Welaptega expands offshore operations

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Welaptega are expanding their reach for offshore mooring inspections. Over the past year Welaptega have performed a number of projects further afield from the usual North Sea, GOM, Australia.

Welaptega to deliver Microbiological Induced Corrosion research at OTC Houston

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Welaptega Marine will be in attendance at the upcoming 2014 Offshore Technology Conference in Houston with the Maritime Energy Association. Tyler de Gier, business development lead, will deliver a presentation surrounding the growing concern of Microbiological Induced Corrosion (MIC) of catenary mooring systems and it's effect on residual mooring life.

Welaptega commences new equipment orders

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Concerns are growing by all offshore industry stakeholders that offshore installation mooring inspection information is insufficient and that class is not representative of true residual life of a system.

Fountain of youth

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Welaptega is seeing sharp increase in demand for moorings inspection in support of FPS life extension projects, with two currently underway and another in planning. Analysis of residual strength and remaining fatigue life of components requires quantitative inspection technology combined with a thorough risk-based approach to identifying potential failure points.