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Halliburton's GRIP delivers rapid response to offshore source-control incidents

In the event of a subsea loss of source control, response activity and equipment will often include equipment consisting of a very large and unwieldy BOP capping stack system.




In the event of a subsea loss of source control, response activity and equipment will often include equipment consisting of a very large and unwieldy BOP capping stack system.

However, these systems are located in a limited number of locations globally, where response times to offshore location may vary from 2 to 6 weeks, depending on the location of the incident.

Conventional assemblies are dependent upon a specific class of vessel with the capability to deploy these bulky BOP capping stacks.
Furthermore, compliance with the regulatory requirements governing well control response times pose serious issues in being able to deploy in a timely manner.

The Global Rapid Intervention Package (GRIP) of the Halliburton not only includes the compact and air-mobile designed Rapid Cap plus the air-mobile Top Hat, but also the necessary manifolds, a variety of debris removal and cutting tools, and wellhead dispersant connectors.

Coupled with Boots & Coots' Relief Well Service, the development of the Global Rapid Intervention Package (GRIP) demonstrates a step change in subsea response by providing the most rapid response possible.

Source : Neftegaz.RU