Energy Subsea operates and maintains an impressive fleet of ROVs. Our newest addition, designed and made in-house, is innovative and is the forefront of modernization. The eROV models range from 50HP to 350HP. They have electrical propellor systems and, if need be, HPU systems for interface tooling.

The eROV is fully prepared to be used as a ROV managed and maneuvered from a remote location: the eROV could be installed on a platform in the Arctic Sea and be operated from our control room in the USA.

The EPT tool is attached to the ship's hull under the waterline - this enables the tool to be used at an early, usually, critical stage and can salvage a ship in destress or drain its cargo. Even when weather conditions are at their, there will be calm under the waterline. This tool can also be used on shipwrecks that have settled on the seabed (as deep as 3000 meters below the surface). The EPT tool also has a feature whereby it can be used as an attachment for underwater tug lines, which can be a helpful feature in cases where the ship needs to be lifted off of rocks or when it's hard to get a tug line onboard for other reasons.  

 

Our EPT tool could be critical in avoiding another oil-spill disaster,
such as this catastrophic accident: 

exxon Valdex oil spill, 1989. 

exxon Valdex oil spill, 1989.