TDI-Brooks increases research vessel fleet

July 20, 2020
The Miss Emma McCall has joined TDI-Brooks’ fleet of offshore research vessels.

Offshore staff

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The Miss Emma McCall has joined TDI-Brooks’ fleet of offshore research vessels.

The Miss Emma is a multi-use oceanographic research vessel outfitted for a variety of oceanographic research duties for operations in the northern/southern Gulf of Mexico, US East Coast, and elsewhere in the Americas.

The vessel is equipped to acquire geophysical surveys for offshore hazard/site clearance assessments, pipeline/cable routing, seafloor mapping, port and channel conditions, fisheries habitat mapping and burial assessment studies. It is also suited to perform geotechnical sediment and seabed coring/CPT for wind farm and LNG port facilities, pre/post excavation dredging.

It also encompasses satellite communications (voice, fax, and email), differential GPS, geophysical survey gear, and two A-frames with high-speed winches.

The Miss Emma McCall recently mobilized to Mexico to complete two environmental post operations surveys (EPOS) for Total in block 2 and Cairn in block 9. The Total program was in deepwater (~3,300 m/10,827 ft) offshore northern Mexico, while the Cairn project was a shallow-water project in the Gulf of Campeche. These were the first EPOS programs completed in Mexico in the COVID work environment, the company said.

07/20/2020

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