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NEWS

4 November 2020

HMI All Electric Olympic Arms

Triumph Subsea Services is pleased to announce another landmark procurement agreement with Houston Mechatronics, Inc. (HMI). HMI will be providing 26 all-electric Olympic arms for Triumph’s Work Class ROV fleet. This agreement represents the industry’s first commercialization of this ground-breaking technology.

Olympics’ strength-weight-size characteristics as an electric manipulator makes it the first of its kind. Olympic will provide high precision, repeatability & dexterity, zero working fluid, lower overall power consumption, position & force feedback, intelligent path planning, and integrated tool changing. HMI’s Olympic arm represents another truly forward thinking offering and we are excited to be working together so that we may achieve more modern, cost effective, and sustainable subsea operations.

This commitment is in line with Triumph’s other announcements to bring disruptive technologies to the market and utilizing the Olympic arms is another differentiator in Triumph’s portfolio which remains unrivalled in sustainability growth programmes.

The Olympic arm is another example of how technologically advanced robotics and autonomous systems are utilized within our new green tech ecosystem of vessels that will be operating within the energy, offshore wind farms, offshore green hydrogen, and renewables sector.

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9 October 2020

SMD QT1600 Trencher

 

Triumph Subsea Services is pleased to announce that it will be installing SMD’s QT1600 trencher on our Windfarm Development Vessels. The SMD 1200kW QT1600 is the most powerful and flexible interarray trenching ROV globally, with the ability to jet trench to 3m in 100KPa soil conditions or chain cut 4m MBR cable to 2m in 600KPa soil conditions.

The selectable tooling skids allows options for freefly jetting to 2000m or hard ground chain cutting to 1000m, ideal for fixed or floating fields. The compact chain cutter system is highly manoeuvrable with a tight turning circle capability for second ends and also includes SMDs well proven hybrid cutter boom with integral jetting, for operations in soft rock or sands, making it ideal for variable ground. The QT1600 will be fitted with a Lloyds Sea State 5-6 cursor LARS system with a slack and snatch umbilical motion compensator, for rough weather operations which maximises the operational window.

 

A custom designed QT1600, rated to 2000msw will be fitted on our WDVs for use in the renewable and floating windfarm sector. The WDV is multirole and adaptable, thus allowing it to readily transition into cable lay and umbilical lay operations for use within the Oil & Gas sectors if required. The key drivers and differentiators in Triumph’s sustainability growth programme and technology are based on our unrivalled innovations and industry first initiatives, such as having multirole vessels. Triumph’s use of the SMD QT1600 that has ‘over the horizon’ operation capability is another example of how technologically advanced robotics and autonomous systems are utilized on our new Green Technology vessels that will be operating within the offshore wind, renewables and energy sectors.

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5 October 2020

Aquanauts Join the Fleet

Triumph Subsea Services is pleased to announce a landmark agreement with Houston Mechatronics, Inc. (HMI), to procure and outfit our fleet of green-oriented vessels with Aquanauts, HMI’s all-electric subsea transforming AUV/ROV. Triumph Subsea Services will also retain HMI’s mission services team to provide supervised autonomy support services for Triumph's Aquanaut fleet.

HMI and Aquanaut represent a truly forward thinking offering and we are excited to be working together so that we may achieve more modern, cost effective, and sustainable subsea operations. This commitment is in line with Triumph’s other announcements to bring disruptive technologies to the market and Aquanaut is a key differentiator in Triumph’s portfolio which remains unrivaled in sustainability growth programmes. Aquanaut is another example of how technologically advanced robotics and autonomous systems are utilized within our new green tech ecosystem of vessels that will be operating within the energy, offshore wind farms, offshore green hydrogen, and renewables sectors.

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1 October 2020

SMD QT500 Trencher

 

Triumph Subsea Services is pleased to announce that it will be installing SMD’s QT500 trencher on our Windfarm Development Vessels. The SMD freeflying QT500 trencher is fitted with a patent pending cable bell-mouth for simultaneous lay and burial operations, which is ideally suited for deep water operations. The simultaneous lay and burial operations maximise lay speeds and minimise cable risk when installing into the 2m depth prelay trenches, created by the SMD patented boulder clearing prelay plough. The QT500 deploys 300kW of jetting power to cut through trench slump and sedimentation, with a jetting depressor to immediately bury and protect the cable, accurately instrumenting the burial depth.

 

A custom designed QT500, rated to 2000msw will be fitted on our WDVs for use in the renewable and floating windfarm sector. The WDV is multirole and adaptable, thus allowing it to readily transition into cable lay and umbilical lay operations for use within the Oil & Gas sectors if required. The key drivers and differentiators in Triumph’s sustainability growth programme and technology are based on our unrivalled innovations and industry first initiatives, such as having multirole vessels. Triumph’s use of the SMD QT500 that has ‘over the horizon’ operation capability is another example of how technologically advanced robotics and autonomous systems are utilized on our new Green Technology vessels that will be operating within the offshore wind, renewables and energy sectors.

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28 September 2020

Kystdesign Constructor WROV

Triumph Subsea Services is pleased to announce that it will be installing Kystdesigns’s Constructor work class ROVs on our Field Development Vessels. The Constructor is ‘over the horizon’ operable and dedicated onshore facilities will assist with the operations.

Triumph will be fitting 2 x custom designed Kystdesign Constructor 220HP WROVs with KD10TMS units rated to 5000msw on our FDVs for use in the Oil & Gas sector. The FDV is multirole and adaptable, thus allowing it to readily transition into renewables floating wind installation projects if required. The key drivers and differentiators in Triumph’s sustainability growth programme and technology are based on our unrivalled innovations and industry first initiatives, such as having multirole vessels. Triumph’s use of the Constructor is another example of how technologically advanced robotics and autonomous systems are utilized on our new Green Technology vessels that will be operating within the energy, offshore wind and renewables sectors.

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25 September 2020

Kystdesign Supporter WROV

Triumph Subsea Services is pleased to announce that it will be installing Kystdesigns’s Supporter work class ROVs on our Floating Windfarm Development Vessels. The Supporter is ‘over the horizon’ operable and dedicated onshore facilities will assist with the operations.

Triumph will be fitting 2 x Kystdesign Supporter 150HP WROVs with KD10TMS units on our WDVs for floating windfarm installation projects. The key drivers and differentiators in Triumph’s sustainability growth programme and technology are based on our unrivalled innovations and industry first initiatives. Triumph’s use of the Supporter is another example of how technologically advanced robotics and autonomous systems are utilized on our new Green Technology vessels that will be operating within the energy, offshore wind and renewables sectors.

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22 September 2020

SMD Atom EV Wind ROV

Triumph Subsea Services is pleased to announce that it will be installing SMD’s new Atom EV Wind work class ROV on our Floating Windfarm Development and Wind Turbine Installation Vessels. Atom EV Wind is a compact high stability, very high performance electric work class ROV. The vehicle is optimized for data gathering applications where a stable platform and high positional accuracy is required. Atom EV’s cutting edge electric drivetrain allows for excellent payload capacity and space to carry instruments and tools. The Atom EV Wind is ‘over the horizon’ operable and dedicated onshore facilities will assist with the operations of the Atom’s.

Triumph will be fitting 2 x Atom EV Wind with TMS units on our WDVs for floating windfarm installation projects and 1 x Atom EV Wind in free-swimming mode will be fitted onto our WTIVs. The key drivers and differentiators in Triumph’s sustainability growth programme and technology are based on our unrivalled innovations and industry first initiatives. Triumph’s use of the Atom EV Wind is another example of how technologically advanced robotics and autonomous systems are utilized on our new Green Technology vessels that will be operating within the energy, offshore wind and renewables sectors.

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20 August 2020

Collaborative Partnership Agreement

Triumph Subsea Services is pleased to announce that it has entered into a collaborative partnership agreement with Kongsberg Maritime AS and Eelume AS to support the continued development of the Eelume articulated robot technology. The partnership will further develop the Eelume vehicle and its resident garage. Currently the Eelume is available as a 500msw rated vehicle. The partnership will focus on the completion of the resident garage for 500msw operations and further development of the Eelume vehicles in 1500msw and 4000msw rated versions. The residency garages will also be developed into 1500msw and 4000msw rated versions after the completion of the 500msw rated system. A docking system will also be developed, allowing for the Eelume to be deployed with ROVs and subsea packages. By completion of building the vessels the development of the Eelume vehicle and the residency garage will be completed making this an integrated autonomous subsea inspection and light intervention robotic system for easy launch from a vessel.

Triumph will be fitting 2 x Eelume vehicles with residency garages onto all of our construction vessels including our WTIVs. The key drivers and differentiators in Triumph’s sustainability growth programme and technology are based on our unrivalled innovations and industry first initiatives. Triumph’s use of Eelume is another example of how technologically advanced robotics and autonomous systems are utilized on our new Green Technology vessels that will be operating within the energy, offshore wind and renewables sectors.

11 August 2020

New Build WTIV GustoMSC NG-14000XL Letter of Intent

Triumph Subsea Services is pleased to announce that it has issued a Letter of Intent to Brodosplit JSC, Croatia, for two firm GustoMSC NG-14000XL WTIVs for the European market. The vessels will be built in the DIV Shipbuilding Group’s, Brodosplit facility in Split, Croatia. In-line with our core values of Green, our ethos of Technology and our mission to be Net Zero by 2035 or sooner the vessels have been designed from the onset to be future proofed and will be DNV GL classed with numerous Green notations including Fuel Cell (Power). The FC (Power) notation, along with the installation of the latest advanced hybrid technology, energy recovery and autonomous systems that reduce fuel consumption and carbon emissions by up to 50% compared to similar vessels. Once the fuel cell technology is ready for installation it will be short duration dry-docking to then reconfigure the vessel into a 100% Net Zero emissions vessel. Expected steel cutting of the first hull is February of 2021 with the cutting of steel for the second hull being six months later. Estimated build time from contract signing is 30 – 32 months for the first vessel. This new contract will ensure the sustainability of the Croatian shipbuilding industry and will create numerous employment opportunities and supply chain revenues for local and EU regions. We are looking forward to building the most technologically advanced and environmentally friendly WTIVs for use within the EU offshore wind and renewables market.

6 July 2020

New Build FDV DRAFT Contract

Triumph Subsea Services is pleased to announce that it has received the initial DRAFT contract from Brodosplit JSC, Croatia, for the building of Triumph’s two firm and two optional FDVs. Triumph remains committed to executing the contract with DIV Shipbuilding Group regardless of where final outfitting may occur given the recent events and media attention surrounding the Kleven Verft shipyard in Norway. The DIV Shipbuilding Group owned Brodosplit facility in Split, Croatia will build the hulls and at present also complete the outfitting. Triumph is not considering any other yards in Norway for the outfitting unless DIV Shipbuilding Group is directly involved.

18 June 2020

New Build WDV ST-269 Jones Act Compliant

Triumph Subsea Services is pleased to announce a commitment to build a Jones Act compliant WDV based on our ST269 design. The WDV will provide a turnkey installation service for the floating wind market on the East and West North American Coast. Based on current discussions with the yard, LOI issuance is expected within three to six months with a target of being in contract and cutting steel within twelve to eighteen months thereafter. Estimated build time from steel cutting is 34-36 months. WDV will be fitted with 600ton multi-purpose tower, SMD QT1600 and QT500 trenchers, 200TE plough and 2 x modular ATOM EV Electric WROVs. This is an additional vessel to the existing new build 2 + 2 programme that is going to take place with Brodosplit / Kleven Verft and will be the first USA built Jones Act compliant vessel to service the windfarm sector. The WDV will also be the first USA built vessel fitted with enhanced crew safety features such as the MARSS MOBtronic™ automated man overboard detection / tracking system and MARSS NiDAR™ autonomous threat detection, surveillance and anti-piracy countermeasures system.

11 June 2020

New Build FDV ST-269 Letter of Intent

Triumph Subsea Services is pleased to announce that it has issued a Letter of Intent to Brodosplit JSC, Croatia, for two firm and two optional ST designed 200m x 35m FDVs. The DIV Shipbuilding Group owned Brodosplit facility in Split, Croatia will build the hulls and then the company’s newly acquired Kleven Verft shipyard in Ulsteinvik, Norway will complete the outfitting. Expected steel cutting of the first hull is March/April of 2021 with the cutting of steel for the second hull being approximately four to six months later. Estimated build time from steel cutting is 30-34 months. Due to upcoming requirements within the floating windfarm sector, one of the initial builds is going to undergo some equipment reconfiguration such as VLS tower removal, addition of trenchers and plough for turnkey floating wind farm installations.

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