EEST Energy Services (Thailand) Limited has successfully and safely completed Plug and Abandonment for more than 430 wells and still counting. With professional experiences of our crews and units, no matter where you are in the world, we can mobilize to serve you there.
We are a leader in offshore well abandonment and is frequently called upon to provide original services and equipment to meet the needs of challenging locations. We design and contract-build unit, Rigless Plug and Abandonment equipment and utilize hydraulic cold cutting equipment which is uniquely modeled in Southeast Asia. Our cutting equipment can also be used for subsea projects such as cutting jacket legs and pipelines and can be operated either by Remote Operating Vehicles (ROV) or divers.
Why EMAS for Plug and Abandonment?
All you need in plug and abandonment
Rigless P&A Unit
Modular Crane Pedestal System
Dual Pin Drill is designed to drill holes up to 4-1/2" in diameter. Drilling depth is
limited to the feed travel of the drill and length of tooling. After the Dual Pin Drill is
properly mounted on the tubular member, the drills can be operated one at a time
or jointly. Each pin drill spindle motor and feed motor is operated separately to
provide for individual and precise cutting tool loads.
Wachs Goliath Guillotine has been designed to cold cut 16” to 32” (406-813mm) pipe of all materials, as well as solids, and multi-stranded casing strings. Along with its durable sub-sea
design, Goliath provides easy set up and fast accurate cuts.
The CCLF will work in conjunction with a casing jack and hydraulic cutter so that when the conductor gets pulled from a depleted well, the conductor can be suspended from the CCLF which will securely hold the conductor while it is being cut in to a manageable length. Once cut, the conductor is safely placed in the horizontal position to allow for slings to be fitted and for a crane to remove the cut section, safely.
Inspection class ROV
The Inspection Class ROV system incorporates an enhanced propulsion system allowing it to continue working in high current conditions when other systems have to return to surface, providing a customer benefit of reduced vessel time and costs.
Now fitted with sub-CAN control software the Inspection ROV features a small diameter tether and high output brushless DC thrusters operating on Sub-Atlantic’s ‘Dynamic Vector-ing™ system.
This service provides a safe process of controllable drill into a pressure-containing equipment. Examples of such event would be: