- TEN development floating hose contract successfully completed
- Providing mooring buoy systems for ExxonMobil
- Upgrading the French Navy's mooring buoys
- Recovering sunken French equipment alongside the Ministry of Defence
- Providing CALM buoy services for Chevron Nigeria
- Providing BP Angola with export tanker services
- FPSO floating hose change for Modec
- Working in partnership with Dantec to optimise STS hose life
- Providing US Navy with fendering solutions
- Delivering fender support for NATO vessels
- Marine tyre fender solutions
- Supplying Eastport UK with pneumatic fenders
- Italian tug builder receiving significant fender supply
- Installation of fendering solutions for ExxonMobil Brazil
- Delivering equipment to the world’s first FLNG facility for Shell
- North Crete STS jet fuel transfer
- Supporting LNG STS in the Eastern Mediterranean
- Hoegh LNG mooring equipment and fender supply
- Assisting ExxonMobil Global with offshore STS operations
- Providing Wello Penguin WEC with equipment and support
- NuStar Caribbean terminals receiving equipment and training
Recovering sunken French equipment in collaboration with the Ministry of Defence
Fendercare Marine demonstrates world-class offshore capabilities during complex salvage operation.
Working alongside sister company JFD, in January 2011, Fendercare recovered a 14m, 175T catenary anchor leg mooring (CALM) buoy together with four anchors and over 5km of chain from the seabed off the coast of Toulon, France.
The £2 million project, coordinated through the Salvage and Marine Operations (S&MO) team of the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD), demonstrated the extensive range of services Fendercare Marine is able to offer especially with the support of other James Fisher Group companies. Following the recovery part of the operation, for example, Remotely Operated Vehicles were used to undertake a full seabed survey to ensure all residual debris was cleared.
Throughout the operation, Fendercare implemented strict safety procedures, helping to underscore the valued relationship it has developed with the MOD.