The company’s products and services include
remotely operated vehicles, mobile offshore
production systems, built-to-order specialty
subsea hardware, engineering and project
management, subsea intervention and installation
services, non-destructive testing and
inspections, and manned diving.
Oceaneering is the world’s largest Work
Class ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle)
operator and the leading provider of ROVs
to the oil and gas industry. The company has
over 250 Work Class ROV systems and more
than 2,000 ROV offshore personnel worldwide.
As well as being the largest ROV
operator, the company is also the world’s largest
manufacturer of ROV systems. Its ROV
fleet includes 2,500 to 3,000 meter (8,200 –
9,840 ft) rated Work Class systems, 4,000
meter (13,100 ft) rated Millennium Work
Class systems, and 8,000 meter (26,250 ft)
rated Ultra Deepwater systems.
Oceaneering skilled ROV workforce
is critical to maintaining its preeminent
position in the industry. To this end the
company has operated its own ROV Training
Program since 1995. Currently it spends over
$10 million per year for ROV operations and
Both Divinycell HCP and BTMI Syntactic Foams are used in Oceaneering’s ROVs.
Divinycell HCP can be used from sea level
to 700 meters (2,300 ft.) and offers very low
buoyancy loss and water absorption under
long-term loading conditions. BTMI Syntactic Foams, which are distributed by Diab,
offer very high buoyancy per kilo and can be
supplied in various depth ratings up 10,000
meters (32,800 ft.). This means they can be
operationally deployed in the deepest parts
of any of the world’s oceans.