Our team provides radiological surveys of hydrocarbon processing and storage systems regularly found in the offshore energy environment, including topside, cargo and pump room systems.
A radiological survey involves assessing the potential radiation hazards associated with the production, use, or presence of radioactive materials in a particular environment. This typically involves physically examining the location of materials and equipment, measuring or estimating the levels of radiation involved, and having a comprehensive understanding of the processes affecting these materials to anticipate potential hazards that may arise from anticipated or unforeseen changes in materials or equipment.
As a specialist in the offshore and energy sector, our team provides radiological surveys of hydrocarbon processing and storage systems regularly found in the offshore energy environment, including topside, cargo and pump room systems.
Initial external, hydrocarbon free and post-cleaning surveys are available, for all of which a comprehensive report will be provided detailing the findings (required for various aspects of the decommissioning process).
For each project we can develop a truly bespoke service, tailored around client requirements. During the decommissioning of onshore facilities, Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessels (FPSOs), Floating Storage and Offloading vessels (FSOs), Floating Production/Offloading Vessel (FPUs), Tankers, Fixed Platforms, and Jack-up and Semi-Submersible Rigs.
Prior to decommissioning of any offshore vessel, a survey report with detailed findings is required in order to meet various requirements of the decommissioning process.Download a printable PDF of this page