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DUCO Umbilicals 27th June 2006 Subsea North East Launch. Overview. Duco manufactures Control Umbilicals for Subsea Production Systems Electrical and hydraulic power transferred from host facility to subsea wells Fluids to assist well productivity tranferred from host facility to subsea wells

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overview
Overview
  • Duco manufactures Control Umbilicals for Subsea Production Systems
    • Electrical and hydraulic power transferred from host facility to subsea wells
    • Fluids to assist well productivity tranferred from host facility to subsea wells
    • Control signals between wells and host facility to monitor production.
  • Worldwide market
  • Broad client base
    • Majors and Independant Oil Companies
    • State Oil Producers
    • EPIC contractors
    • Wellhead equipment manufacturers
  • International business with a local North East focus
make up of an umbilical
Make Up of an Umbilical?

Outer Sheath

Armour Layers

Inner Sheath

Fillers

Tube

Electric Cable

Fibre Optic Cable

Electric Cable

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UMBILICAL ASSEMBLY

  • Typical Umbilical Lay-up
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1990 - £7m

DUCO moves to Walker Plant

1978

Dunlop enters umbilical business Southampton facility

2004 - £61m

Angoflex Ltda factory opens

1989 - £5m

New joint venture between Dunlop & Coflexip

DUCO

2006 - £100m

Reviewing options for further international and local expansion

1983

Joint Venture formed between Dunlop & Pirelli

2001- £37m

Technip & Coflexip merge

*Newcastle Revenue only

1998 - £33m

DUCO LTD

first umbilical manufacturer to be awarded API 17E licence

1996 - £25m

DUCO Inc Channelview, Houston

Opens

1994 - £14m

Coflexip Merge with Stena Offshore

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DUCO Inc.

USA Houston

Angoflex

Angola

DUCO Ltd.

Newcastle HQ

LOCATIONS

duco ltd newcastle uk
DUCO Ltd – Newcastle, UK
  • Capacity 300km per annum
  • Workforce : 350 approximately
  • Facility located 30m (100ft) from 800m (2625ft) long quayside
significant manufacturing achievements
SIGNIFICANT MANUFACTURING ACHIEVEMENTS
  • Largest Single Length Thermoplastic Umbilical Produced by Newcastle Facility
    • Exxon Mobil Arthur : 31km ; 983 tonnes ; 146mm diameter
  • Supplier of the GOMEX longest umbilical (DUCO Inc.)
    • SHELL, MENSA DEVELOPMENT, 106 km
  • Supplier of the world’s heaviest and largest umbilical (DUCO Ltd.)
    • PETROCANADA, TERRA NOVA @ 170kg/m, 320mm diameter
  • Supplier of the world’s largest number of components (DUCO Ltd.)
    • TALISMAN, BUCHAN ALPHA, 98 HOSES
  • Currently manufacturing world’s heaviest umbilical
    • BP SECU 305mm diameter @ 190kg/m
  • Safety Performance
    • In excess of 1400 days incident free
why is market so attractive
WHY IS MARKET SO ATTRACTIVE?
  • High oil price here to stay
  • Next 5 years:-
    • 40% increase in subsea production
    • Doubling FPSO’s
  • Planned delays to decommissioning
  • Enhanced recovery to existing subsea production systems

By 2013 oil demand

predicted to exceed supply