Delmar’s Releasable Mooring Systems (RMS) can save you thousands of tons in CO2e and millions of $USD using the award winning RAR Plus. The savings indicated here are comparing a DP/Moored rig operating on a traditional preset mooring system with and without the Delmar RMS. These savings are achieved through eliminating the need for Anchor Handling Tow Supply (AHTS) Vessels, MODU critical path time, and associated fuel and CO2e reductions during MODU mooring disconnection. Two AHTS vessels are used for disconnection in case 1 and four AHTS vessels in case 2 for the system without the Delmar RMS, both common scenarios in the North Sea. Additional information can be found in the Delmar whitepaper “Reducing the Carbon Footprint and Costs of Offshore Drilling Campaigns for DP/Moored Floaters”.
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In operation since 1968, Delmar Systems leads the world in developing safe and efficient offshore mooring systems for the greater energy industry. Each employee is empowered with the knowledge to create unparalleled solutions with our sophisticated technology.
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In The News
Delmar System’s Successfully Completes 200th Mooring Line Release Using the RAR Plus Releasable Mooring System
HOUSTON, TX. – Delmar Systems, Inc. successfully completed the 200th mooring line release using RAR Plus Releasable mooring System (RMS) on Odfjell’s Deepsea Atlantic semi-submersible drilling rig in the Barents Sea. The rig disconnection was performed in an impressive one and a half hours without needing AHTS vessel assistance. The Deepsea Atlantic is currently under contract with Equinor until April of