We provide services primarily in deepwater in the Gulf of Mexico, Brazil, North Sea, Asia Pacific and West Africa regions.
On July 1, 2022, we completed the acquisition of the Alliance group of companies (collectively “Alliance”), expanding our service capabilities to shallow waters in the Gulf of Mexico. Our North Sea operations are subject to seasonal changes in demand, which generally peaks in the summer months and declines in the winter months. Our services are segregated into three reportable business segments: Well Intervention, Robotics and Production Facilities.
Our Well Intervention segment provides services enabling our customers to safely access offshore wells for the purpose of performing production enhancement or decommissioning operations, thereby avoiding drilling new wells by extending the useful lives of existing wells and preserving the environment by preventing uncontrolled releases of oil and gas. Our well intervention vessels include the Q4000, the Q5000, the Q7000, the Seawell, the Well Enhancer, and two chartered monohull vessels, the Siem Helix 1 and the Siem Helix 2. Our well intervention equipment includes intervention systems such as intervention riser systems (“IRSs”), subsea intervention lubricators (“SILs”) and the Riserless Open-water Abandonment Module, some of which we provide on a stand-alone basis.
Our Robotics segment provides offshore construction, trenching, seabed clearance, and inspection, repair and maintenance (“IRM”) services to both the oil and gas and the renewable energy markets globally, thereby assisting the delivery of affordable and reliable energy and supporting the responsible transition away from a carbon-based economy. Additionally, our Robotics services are used in and complement our well intervention services. Our Robotics segment includes remotely operated vehicles (“ROVs”), trenchers and robotics support vessels under term charters as well as spot vessels as needed.
Our Production Facilities segment includes the Helix Producer I (the “HP I”), a ship-shaped dynamically positioned floating production vessel, the Helix Fast Response System (the “HFRS”), which combines the HP I, the Q4000 and the Q5000 with certain well control equipment that can be deployed to respond to a well control incident, and our ownership of oil and gas properties.