Since joining forces with Carmanah Technologies earlier this year, the Sabik group has gone from strength to strength and continues to enjoy sustained growth in a difficult operating environment.
This is has been highlighted by the groups, UK marine division and their recent completion and delivery of a prestigious decommissioning project for Perenco UK Ltd.
As part of Perenco’s decommissioning strategy for the Thames Alpha complex, their engineering team identified a requirement for a cost effective, flexible and autonomous Navigation Aids package for deployment on the complex during the later stages of the deconstruction. Once de-manned, the platform will have limited or no power available for the existing obstruction lighting and fog signal system, and would therefore be a hazard to shipping unless a suitable temporary solution was found.
Sabik’s UK design team proposed the use of solarised single lift skids utilising the class leading Light-Guard monitoring system and ultra-low power marine lanterns as a method of minimising skid footprint and weight. By using the latest satellite communications technology for the remote monitoring of the marine signals, Perenco have the reliability and confidence they need when fulfilling their obligation of marking the partially removed structure in accordance with DECC’s (Department of Energy & Climate Change) recommendations.
For further information on how the Sabik group can provide a decommissioning solution for your project, please contact Brad Scarrott or Nick Sims at Sabik Ltd on +44 (0)1603 250220.
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