JDR offers IWOCS on a rental basis
JDR Cable Systems has introduced a global intervention, workover and control systems rental service.
HOUSTON – JDR Cable Systems has introduced a global intervention, workover and control systems (IWOCS) rental service.
This is designed to help offshore oil and gas operators increase production from subsea wells without additional capex investments by providing a temporary connection.
The systems can also be used for intervention, completions, and P&A operations.
JDR will offer a variety of configurations for offshore rigs or vessels from its global service centers, including single wire deployment and self-supporting IWOCS.
This approach, the company says, will allow operators to choose how and when to bring production online – decreasing time, upfront cost and supply chain risk, compared to capital equipment purchases.
David Nemetz, the company’s director for the Americas, said: “In today’s price-pressured operating environment, oil and gas operators are focused on extracting more out of existing assets in the most cost-effective way.”
In addition, the company will provide supporting equipment such as chemical injection units, hydraulic test units, and umbilical reels.