Beata Submarine Mountain Range

May 3, 2022

Project developed in conjunction with INVEMAR for the declaration of the Beata submarine mountain range marine protected area as a landscape restoration strategy in the Colombian Caribbean. SERPORT provided transportation services for scientific personnel and oceanographic equipment, including an ROV with a 3000 m depth range.

Subsea Line Stabilization with Geotubes

May 3, 2022

Installation of Geotubes to ensure the reconformation of support and support of the Ocensa 42″ submarine line in Coveñas, executed together with our allies Geomembranas S.A.S., in an estimated duration of 4 months.

Fiber optic installation

May 3, 2022

Installation of fiber optic communications and a real-time deformation monitoring system in Ocensa’s subsea pipeline in Coveñas.

Oceanographic Cruises

May 3, 2022

In 2011, we started a new line of business which was oceanography due to an invitation we received from Invemar for the supply of a working platform with their equipment and perform environmental monitoring in the keys of SAI and Providencia with a duration of 60 days.

Following the experience with Invemar, opportunities opened up with oil companies that came to the country, such as Shell, Equion, Anadarko, Repsol and others. In this way, we have been certified with the Shell Green Band (trusted supplier in HSEQ-Industrial Safety) for more than 6 years in a row and we have increased our sampling equipment and work platforms. We have been able to take samples up to 4300 meters deep, as well as videos with ROV and drift camera up to 3000 meters.

Dismantling Mr. Goby

May 3, 2022

Cleaning, updating of the environmental management plan approved by the coral reef environmental authority and provision of the integral service of removal, scrapping, towing, transport and final disposal of the vessel Mr Goby, located in the coral reef of the island of San Andres.

San Andres boats

May 3, 2022

For this project, six (06) vessels located in the bay or maritime areas adjacent to the island of San Andres that are anchored, abandoned and/or damaged, seized, confiscated and/or retained in the Archipelago Department of San Andres, Providencia and Santa Catalina were removed, scrapped, towed, transported and disposed of.

Replacement of Floating and Subsea Hoses

May 3, 2022

Serport has performed several floating and subsea hose replacements, among which are the following:

  • PLEM replacement and line laying in Pozo Colorado in 2011 for Ecopetrol.
  • PLEM replacement in Tumaco in 2011 for Ecopetrol.
  • Maintenance of monobuoy and floating and subsea hoses in Pozo Colorado in 2015 for Ecopetrol.
  • Replacement of floating and subsea hoses in Pozo Colorado in 2016 for Ecopetrol.
  • Replacement of floating and subsea hoses in Coveñas in 2017 for Ecopetrol.
  • Replacement of floating and subsea hoses in Coveñas in 2018 for Ocensa.
  • Replacement of floating and subsea hoses in Coveñas in 2019 for Ecopetrol.

Replacement of Monobuoy and PLEM TLU2 in Coveñas

May 3, 2022

Replacement of the TLU-2 tanker loading system at Ocensa’s maritime terminal in Coveñas. For about 60 days, Serport carried out the successful replacement of the TLU-2 monobuoy and Pipeline End Manifold (PLEM) using all its own personnel and equipment.

Trailers for Reconstruction of Providencia

May 3, 2022

For more than 9 months we have supplied our vessels and barges to transport all the materials and equipment required for the reconstruction of Providencia and Santa Catalina Island by the National Government and its contractors. In addition, Serport supplied the barge that was used as a temporary dock that allowed the loading and unloading of all cargo.

Motor Transport to Barbados

May 3, 2022

09/2020: Project carried out in mid-2020. The objective of the project was to transport 4 Wartsila engines by sea from the Port of Cartagena, Colombia to an alternative port on the beach on the Island of Barbados.