Mechanical engineering company, EnerMech, has completed a £500,000 hydraulics workscope on Transocean North Sea’s jack-up rig, GSF Galaxy 1.
The rig was docked at Global Energy’s Nigg facility in the Cromarty Firth, where EnerMech engineers performed an overhaul of the leg chock system and rig skidding system. Key components of both systems were removed to EnerMech’s Aberdeen headquarters for repair and refurbishment.
Alan McLean, EnerMech’s director for hydraulics, said: “Following an extensive survey and report the client was confident of our ability and willingness to take ownership of the project and to deliver within time and on budget.”
EnerMech’s hydraulics division has grown significantly in recent months due to and upturn in activity and now has a 50-strong team of field technicians.