MCS, J P Kenny form subsea technology business

MCS has combined its Houston operations with J P Kenny’s advanced engineering team to form a new advanced subsea technology business under the MCS banner.

Offshore staff

HOUSTON -- MCS has combined its Houston operations with J P Kenny’s advanced engineering team to form a new advanced subsea technology business under the MCS banner.

The objective of the newly combined MCS Houston business is to establish industry-leading capability in riser and mooring design; harsh environment engineering; research and development services; advanced subsea engineering tools and analytical software; and subsea integrity management, the companies say.

Current examples of work being carried out by the group include ultra high-pressure/high-temperature pipeline and riser design; limit state engineering and dynamic simulation; advanced structural, geotechnical, and finite element analysis; arctic pipeline design; and deepwater riser engineering and management.

06/09/2009

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