Projects: Oil recovery

Oil Emptying MV Krasnoselsk

Hundeidvik, Sykkylven
November 2014 , Kystverket

SubseaPartner was awarded a contract from NCA (Kystverket) for oil emptying of MV Krasnoselsk in November 2014. The Russian trawler sunk during the Dagmar storm in Hundeidvik in Sykkylven December 2011. The diving work started first week of December 2014, and was compleeted December 15th. Due to extensive  experience...

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Oil recovery from the WWII vreck MV Welheim

September 2008

The 27 November 1944, a small convoy sailed from Bergen to Ålesund. The largest ship in the convoy was the motor ship Welheim, a supply ship for the German forces in Norway during the Second World War. Welheim was torpedoed on 28 November south of Tansøy by the Norwegian MTB...

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Oil recovery from Nordvard

April 2008

We were on very short notice engaged to perform oil draing from the wreck of Nordvard. Experience from similar operations contributed to a rapid mobilization, efficient and safe execution of the underwater operation. We were also in October 2007 engaged in plugging a leak from the wreck. It was taken up...

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Oil recovery from trawler – Gudrun Gisladottir

Lofoten, Nordland, Norway
February 2003

The trawler went down in Lofoten June 2002 and sank to 40 meters depth. Several attemt to raise the wreck failed and two years later the vessel was emptied of oil using M/V Risøy and divers.

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Oil recovery from Tanker S/S El Grillo

September 2001

S/S El Grillo was sunk the 10. February 1944 by German Aircraft. The wreck of the British tanker S/S ”El Grillo” was located in Seydisfjördur on Iceland’s east coast, on 43-44 metres water Depth. Some intervention work had been carried out by an Icelandic oil company: Considerable amounts of oil were pumped...

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Oil recovery from M/V Green Ålesund

North Haugesund, Norway
December 2000

The vessel sank north of Haugesund 15. December 2000. Almost 400 tons of oil was emptied from the wreck with support from DSV Risøy. The Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) was very pleased with the performance.  

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Subsea Partner’s primary market is surface supplied air diving as inshore MUO (manned underwater operation) in territorial waters, usually less than 12 nautical mil or 19.25 km from the coast. This market includes docks, harbors, canals, culverts, rivers, estuaries, lakes, reservoirs, ponds, water filled tunnels and tanks.

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