Ocyan has adopted a business model to offer more integrated services to the offshore market in Brazil. The strategy is to bring to the country technological solutions that can be applied in the sector, through partnerships with foreign companies that have technologies used outside Brazil, but still do not act locally. The first agreement was closed by Ocyan’s maintenance and offshore services (MSO) with the Canadian company Tube-Mac, which has technology focused on the oil and gas and petrochemical markets. The product allows installation and assembly of pipes using cold solderless connections, called Pyplok.
According to Ocyan, the process of installing the Canadian product requires less time than the conventional ones, in addition to being carried out with more efficiency and operational safety. The solution has been used in projects abroad, and in the O & G market, companies such as Equinor, Shell, Chevron, Aker, NOV and Ocyan itself have been working on the portfolio during the assembly of the Delba III probe outside the country. Pyplok connections are DNV, Lloyds, ABS, BV and RMS (Russian Maritime Register of Shipping) certifications.
“Today, the market asks us for this change, which is a response to the growth of activities and operations in the business. The idea is to join companies that complement our services by adding innovation to increase our delivery capacity, improve cost-effectiveness and reduce risk, an important factor for safety, our main value “, explains Ocyan’s MSO director Vinicius Castilho . In 17 years, the area has accumulated more than 30 contracts, more than 10 thousand tons assembled on board offshore installations, 1 million painted m² and 14 million meters of mounted scaffolding.
Source: Portos e Navios