Geo Therm Ltd’s June bounce-back after the Corvid-19 lockdown

June 1, 2020 12:54 pm

 

We are finally seeing an upturn for our offshore services, as business bounces back in June following two months of inactivity due the to Corvid-19 pandemic and with oil prices rising after tumbling to negative values, with Geo Therm Ltd receiving requests for its renown thermographic IRT inspection services.

We are delighted that rig management on board the Valaris Ju-92 jack-up rig have once again chosen our offshore thermal imaging inspection services, with scope of works beginning mid-June.  Inspecting the electrical and engine exhaust systems to detect hazardous hot-spot temperatures, that may result in power outages, or at worse risk of fire.  The survey request is part of the company’s’ comprehensive maintenance strategy, requiring a third party to scan critical systems once every year.

The JU-92 is one 74 rigs owned by Valaris Plc, the world’s largest offshore drilling company.  The Valaris JU-92 is an ABS Class jack-up rig, built by Marathon LeTourneau, a 116C design and currently operating in the UK southern sector of the North Sea for Chrysaor.

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