New Structure for Subsea 7 RHL Business Unit
Subsea 7 Renewables & Heavy Lifting (RHL) Business Unit organogram
Date 6 August 2018
The Subsea 7 Renewables & Heavy Lifting (RHL) Business Unit has expanded its organisational structure to further improve its services to its Clients in the offshore energy sector.
The enhanced Subsea 7 RHL Business Unit provides EPCI, T&I and Integrated Services to the offshore energy sector. This includes project management, engineering, fabrication, heavy lifting, cable installation and decommissioning services.
The Subsea 7 RHL Business Unit is comprised of four organisations:
The Seaway Heavy Lifting (SHL) Product Line Organisation manages and performs the transportation and heavy lifting of offshore structures.
The Seaway Offshore Cables (SOC) Product Line Organisation manages and performs marine cable installation, trenching activities and related IMR services.
The Seaway Renewables North and Seaway Renewables South Regional Organisations provide integrated solutions to Clients in the Renewables Sector utilising the combined resources of SHL, SOC and Subsea 7.
This combination of SHL, SOC and Subsea 7’s people, strength, experience, vessels and facilities provides Clients with a uniquely capable partner across a wide array of services. The Subsea 7 RHL Business Unit delivers these services using its four dedicated offshore construction vessels: The Heavy Lift Vessels Oleg Strashnov & Stanislav Yudin, the Cable Lay Vessel Seaway Aimery and Installation Support Vessel Seaway Moxie. Additional support is provided from other vessels in the Subsea 7 fleet if required.
source:Steph McNeillSVP Subsea 7 Renewables & Heavy Lifting Business Unit