Throughout the years, CSS Subsea has gained valuable skills and experience in hydrographic and geophysical survey management.
Remotely Operated Vehicles, or ROVs, are underwater robots that allow operation above the water’s surface. ROVs connect to the topside via an umbilical link that houses communications cables, an energy source, and information transfer.
CSS Subsea is a wholly-owned CSS Group, specialising in Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) services for shallow and deep-water industrial projects. The company offers a broad spectrum of services that contribute to IMR or construction projects across the world, on-board third-party ships.
We strive for professional excellence to guarantee a high quality of services, taking time to understand the Customer’s requirements, individually tailoring the offer to specifications, and continuously adapting our human and technical capabilities. Oil and gas or data-cable companies have subsea assets such as rigs, wellheads, jumpers, manifolds, pipelines, flow lines, control umbilicals, beacons, connectors, cables, anchors, moorings, and buoys.
We provide the following ROV services to work on these assets: Survey (Visual or Electromagnetic) of assets during lay, life-span or removal, IMR (Inspection, Maintenance, Repair), Production system maintenance and repair, Metrology, Assistance to human diving operations, Drill support activities, BOP assistance and emergency response, Decommissioning.
CSS Subsea has an impressive track record of more than 7,000 hours of ROV Operations, 800 km pipeline inspection, and over 20 diving projects successfully performed.
We are also able to provide ROV services to other operators, such as ship owners, port authorities, river, and canal authorities, renewable energy operators. We ensure that the work is carried out safely, following best practices in the ROV industry, taking into account local conditions and circumstances.