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Transocean Henry Goodrich      2005 Refit                                           Return To Main Gallery Page

Henry Goodrich moored at Bull Arm in Newfoundland

Transocean's semi-submerisble drilling rig, the Henry Goodrich, underwent a five year refit at the fabrication yard in Bull Arm, Trinty Bay Newfoundland in the spring of 2005.

The prime contractor Penney Energy used TJ exclusively for all rope access activities. The original scope included fairleader renewal and anode replacement.

Derrick Inspection

   During the 52 days of rope access activities, all tasks were successfully completed without any first aid or lost time accidents.

Above Water Anodes and Fairleader Renewal
Preparing Rigging For Attachment To Fairleader

Performed the removal, inspection and installation of all 12 mooring chain fairleaders.

Renewed the grease line supply to all bearing locations.

Fairleader Removed And Being Lowered To Dockside
Welding, Burning, Air Arc Gouging and Oxygen Lance Capabilities

Above Water Anode replacement

Contruction Elevator bracket welding and subsequent removal

Life Boat hydraulic piping removal

Seawater cooling and sani line extensions

Small or Large Projects With Quick Access
Can you spot the technicians in the center of the picture?

Provided access technicians during the ACFM Structural Survey

Derrick DROPS survey

UT Thickness survey on Main Engine Exhaust Piping

Inspections Under Deck In Difficult To Access Locations