Sub Sea Services has completed delivery of a Telescopic Joint to Equinor Visund, Semi-Submersible Drilling and Production Facility working on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

Archer, a global oil service company, identified Sub Sea Services as the preferred vendor to supply replacement for the existing Telescopic Joint that had reached the end of its serviceable life.

A prerequisite for the delivery was that the Telescopic Joint could interface with all existing equipment, for plug and play compatibility, with no offshore modifications needed.

The new product meet all the latest API standards including 20E bolting, DNV-GL and customer requested specifications.

Sub Sea Services has executed the whole project from offshore survey, via fabrication, to testing and painting using in-house resources. Having all the engineering, fabrication, welding, machining and workshop capabilities internally, allows Sub Sea Services to optimize the delivery time and ensure the quality of the product.

We are very proud to add a new product to our OEM portfolio. The delivery of a complete Telescopic Joint demonstrates that Sub Sea Services is able to take on larger and more complex tasks than before. It is important for us to continue to evolve in line with the market and our customers’ needs. I am pleased to see that our clients value our integrity, expertise and ability to deliver that we have refined over 30 years in the oil and gas business, says CEO Bernt Arne Breistein.






Sub Sea Services AS has been awarded a 20 Mill contract

Sub Sea Services AS has been awarded a 20 Mill NOK contract from a major Drilling Contractor.

This is an EPC contract for a special Termination joint product for a Managed Pressure Drilling (MPD) system.

Delivery is in the quarter of 2019 and the equipment will be operational in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM)
from early 2020.

“We are pleased to see that Sub Sea Services is being awarded this contract for the GOM. It is of strategic importance
to be successful in the GOM market.
We have a strong ambition to be recognized as a global vendor and this contract award is a confirmation
for us that we are getting there”
states CEO; Bernt Arne Breistein

The Termination joint ensures that the MPD technology is integrated with the rig equipment in an operational and efficient manner.

Our ability to deliver equipment for both enhancing technology and rig efficiency will always be our key selling point.

“As an OEM company we have a strong product portfolio and together with our engineering competence, this gives us the track record needed to be the chosen vendor” states COO; Jostein Kvamme.

The service and the aftermarket for this equipment, will be run by our international travel team utilizing our international operation concept.

The contract will utilize the Sub Sea Services’ fabrication site and also give substantial work to Rush Maskinering AS.




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