Metocean Survey in East Java

Bintang Subsea team have just deployed buoys, monitored weather conditions, and collected oceanographic and environmental data in our long-term monitoring met-ocean project. These buoys were deployed for the feasibility study of the marine environment before further development at the survey area.

We’ve been hard at work collectively deploying sensors that reports wave, current, tide and turbidity in survey area to the client. These data provide much more information into what waves and current are actually doing over the survey area.
Cheers, Team!

Bintang Survey Team in Myanmar

The Bintang Survey team continue to deliver high precision survey data on their mission in Myanmar. With such scenic views as a backdrop– it doesn’t get better than this!

Bintang Subsea Academy “ADCP Training”

We are incredibly proud of Bintang Academy program formed for the professional and technical development of our survey personnel. The Academy not only focuses on technical training but skills to ensure smooth & efficient Team dynamics, with everyone working towards common goals and collaborative problem solving. These are critical skills for offshore survey teams often working in remote environments requiring high a degree of self-reliance.
A lot of time is spent on Industry best practice for maintenance and operation of survey instruments. Survey instruments can be out in the ocean for months at a time and Bintang Subsea trains its Teams to ensure high-performance tools deliver trusted data our clients can rely on.
Bintang Subsea are proud of our collaboration with Geotronix who provided an insightful ADCP session and ISES for Cathodic Potential Training.
The Academy is another reason to make Bintang Subsea your Survey partner of choice.

Bintang Subsea Completes first platform-based diving program in Myanmar

Bintang Subsea Myanmar has completed their first Air Diving operations from an offshore installation in Myanmar. The client had a requirement for cleaning off marine growth in the splash down to -15m. The challenge of the job was the scope of work was very short for a platform that was very remote from ports that berthed DPII dive support vessels that would normally do such work.

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Both the cost and the time to mobilise a vessel to site became prohibitive relative to the very short time required for Diving operations.

The solution to the challenge was to mobilise one of Shelf Subsea’s Air Diving Systems to the platform. Then install it, test it, and execute the diving from it.

The success of performing a project like this depends on careful pre-planning and pre-engineering. Once the Air Dive system is at site, there is no opportunity to significantly change, modify, or bring extra parts to the delivered system and tool sets. Close attention was given to General arrangement and footprint, installation logistics, deck loading limits, clearance for the LARS system, baskets management, and sea fastening.

We are proud to say the teams excellent planning lead to a job done right: first time, on time, on budget, and most importantly- incident free.

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Bintang Subsea completed one of the deepest Saturation Diving Projects in Indonesia

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Nusantara Mobilising for one of the Deepest Diving Jobs done in Indonesia

Bintang Subsea has completed one the deepest Saturation Diving jobs ever performed in Indonesia.  Our experienced dive team worked at depths ranging to 230m in the Madura Straits.

The scope of work was urgent, and Bintang Subsea operational, logistical, and engineering support were able to execute a rapid mobilisation. The team successfully completed the work scope on time and on budget, which included changing out subsea control modules and flying leads of the client’s subsea production system


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Changing out the subsea control system

A relatively short job covering 387 operational hours, the work was performed in medium currents with medium visibility, and there were no recordable incidents.

Another job well done…another happy client.