Each member pays a one off joining fee. Each well to be covered must be nominated and paid for: the additional per-well-fee is calculated annually, based on the total number of wells nominated and capital expenditure. An annual per-well-fee applies for a minimum of two nominated wells.
No. This service is only available to OSRL members who have signed up to the supplementary SWIS service.
The Short Term Agreement is for six months for one well only. The cover for each well can be increased by a further six month period on payment of a further fee for each extension. The Financial Standing arrangements will also have to be extended to cover additional periods.
Cost for membership to the Short Term Agreement is per well. The Usage Fee only applies during the Deployment Period and is dependent upon our costs at the time. See clause 5.2 of the Supplementary Agreement for a fuller definition. Please contact the SWIS team for further details.
If you would like Short Term Cover for two wells at the same time then two Agreements would need to be signed. This would mean two lots of all required paperwork i.e. Financial Standing and two subscription costs. Please contact the SWIS team for further details.
A member is entitled to two CSSs and one Subsea Incident Response Toolkit (SIRT) under the SWIS Supplementary Agreement.
No - it is the Incident Owner's responsibility to rebuild, test and deploy.
This depends on the mode of transportation. OSRL will mobilise its resources immediately on notification of an incident. The configuration required will also determine the length of time.
Access to the equipment is on a first come first serve basis no matter if you are Long Term or Short Term subscribers. There is no difference in prioritisation.
No, however the IO must pay for all mobilistation and operational costs and for any repairs, replacements and refurbishments.
Yes, a maintenance program has been developed for all equipment. Detailed procedures have been developed and are utilised.
Yes - the frame has been designed to accommodate any configuration.
OSRL provides a generic sea fastening plan and information specific to the components themselves. It is the responsibility of the Incident Owner to source suitable vessels for the incident with sufficient deck loading capability.
OSRL will recover the costs from the Incident Owner.
150,538kg including H4 connector, 3m spacer spool and test stand (130,790 kg without test stand).
Documents on all aspects of mobilisation and deployment, including technical drawings and certification, are available on our online document library. Each member can access the library using the username and password issued to them.
Example customs documents are available on the documentation system.