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Which OSV's will be in demand?

April 2017 News

The Brandon Bordelon, a 260'x62' subsea ultralight intervention vessel, is targeted at the emerging specialty market.

Back in February, Todd Hornbeck of Hornbeck Offshore Services warned that the offshore industry must prepare for more than just an extended period of lower oil prices. The new normal, customers told him, is marked by oil prices that will be “lower forever.”

OSJ

September 2016 News

Ultra-light intervention unit keeps costs to a minimum

“The ultra-light intervention vessel concept is based on the premise that not all subsea work requires a large, expensive subsea vessel,” Bordelon Marine owner Wes Bordelon told OSJ. “There are a whole range of missions that can be accomplished with two remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), a small crane and a smaller but still high spec vessel and one at a much lower level of cost than would be possible with a larger vessel.”

The Ship Report

February 2016 News

Ultra-Light Intervention Vessel Brandon Bordelon

Bordelon Marine Took Delievery of the MV Brandon Bordelon, Dp2 Ultra-Light Intervention Vessel in November 2015. The Final in a series of three, the Brandon Bordelon is the next generation-design of the Stingray series and continues Bordelon's commitment of the ULIV concept to the subsea market.

OSJ

January 2016 News

Owner sees role for ULIV concept in good and bad markets

Bordelon Marine's ultra-light intervention vessel (ULIV) concept is a relatively new one, but the entry into service of the latest example of the type could be well timed, given the need for cost effective solutions in current market.

Inside Marine

January 2016 News

Stingrays and Sweet Spots

For subsea fields, the cost of drilling for additional wells is high, and increase oil recovery in the 6,000-plus subesea wells worldwide there's increasing demand for efficient subsea light well intervention services.

Marine Link

January 2016 News

Tidewater Subsea Charters MV Brandon Bordelon

Tidewater Subsea has reached a deal with Bordelon Marine to charter the newly built Jones Act compliant MV Brandon Bordelon for 60 days, plus options. The vessel is intended to be available to work in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, Mexico and Trinidad, Bordelon Marine said.

OE Digital

November 2015 News

BMI takes delivery of M/V Brandon Bordelon

Bordelon Marine has taken delivery of the MV Brandon Bordelon a DP2 ultra-light intervention vessel (ULIV) this month. The vessel features a helideck, a 60-tonne AHC crane with 3000m of wire, POB, a mezzanine deck with internal office and control rooms capable of supporting two full work class ROV systems. The vessel also offers 6200sq ft of clear useable deck space.

Marine News

June 2015 News

MN 100

Founded in 1979, Bordelon Marine is a leading provider of Marine Transportation services operating in the Gulf of Mexico and around the world. The company owns and operates a fl eet of modern offshore supply vessels ranging in size and type from DP1 Mini-supply Vessels to MPSV 260 DP2 vessels, offering a full range of services, including construction support, exploration, production, Survey and ROV support, topside mobilization and fabrication management.

LATEST POST

  • January 2016

    Owner sees role for ULIV concept..

    Bordelon Marine's ultra-light intervention vessel (ULIV) concept is a relatively new one, but the entry into service of the latest example of the type could be well timed, given the need for cost effective solutions in current market.

  • January 2016

    Stingrays and Sweet Spots

    For subsea fields, the cost of drilling for additional wells is high, and increase oil recovery in the 6,000-plus subesea wells worldwide there's increasing demand for efficient subsea light well intervention services.

  • January 2016

    Tidewater Subsea Charters MV Brandon Bordelon

    Tidewater Subsea has reached a deal with Bordelon Marine to charter the newly built Jones Act compliant MV Brandon Bordelon for 60 days, plus options. The vessel is intended to be available to work in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, Mexico and Trinidad, Bordelon Marine said.