We can provide various types of analysis to suit your operational demands. This includes dry tow, local and global structural analysis, analysis of decks, pontoons, drilling derrick, buckling of stability column due to wastage, accommodation modules, ROV launch and recovery spreads, effect of general corrosion on ballast tanks, girders, tubulars, etc.

Conversion of conventional mooring system to Tri Catenary Mooring Systems with deadman anchors, bow modification for FPSO.  Please refer to WORK SITE LOCATOR and CASE STUDY for additional information about real life jobs.


Our highly advanced deep-water development semi-submersibles are capable of operating in ultra-deep water up to 3,000 m with flexibility and efficiency for our customers. ACGE began managing drilling in the Caspian Sea in 2003 and since then we have optimized their design and increased both drilling depth and production capacity. The newest rigs are capable of drilling 10,000 m (30,000 ft) into the sub-soil measured from the seabed. This makes the rig particularly well-suited to drilling in deep and geologically complicated areas like the Gulf of Mexico.

Our semi-submersibles are capable of operating in depths up to 3,000 m (10,000 ft) and maintain their station either in dynamic positioning (DP) mode or with a pre-laid mooring system.

Our new generation of semi-submersible rigs features state-of-the-art drilling technology. They include a number of innovative features, which enhance the rigs’ flexibility by making multiple concurrent activities possible. Back-up facilities and solutions are generally provided to reduce the impact of equipment failures, and the hull design and layout are based on the operational experience of various deepwater operators and third party system suppliers. We have incorporated a series of innovative ideas from our potential customers.