Enquest Heather platform equipment servicing

Project planning:

Working closely alongside KCA Deutag's project delivery team, James Fisher Offshore's rig reactivation team worked to ensure the QHSE management and project timeline expectations were understood and achievable. 

Equipment scope


All equipment was checked against documentation provided by KCA Deutag, visually inspected and function tested to confirm its condition. Our OEM trained and fully certified pneumatic technicians then provided a full inspection and strip down, creating a detailed engineers' report whilst doing so.


JFO utilised a large stock of OEM spare parts to reduce lead times and to achieve the rebuild ahead of schedule. Adopting our client's variation of change management process and regular scheduled site visits provided complete visibility of project progress and testing verification.

Re-certification and testing

Upon completion of the rebuild, the utility winches, man-riding winches and BOP handling system were function tested. Load tests were conducted as per manufacturers' guidelines under the supervision of client / third party inspector. Pre-mobilisation requirements were then adhered to, to allow for a seamless offshore installation. 

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