Prior to installation, Shell’s Appomattox Floating Platform was wet-towed for 130 km from the integration yard to the installation site. BMT provided marine simulation studies to enable safe towage operations and navigation.
Environmental DNA is a new approach for detecting the presence of marine and terrestrial species. BMT has been actively exploring and supporting the development of this innovative tool for marine monitoring and management.
BMT conducted a study on Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) to climate change in the Solomon Islands.
BMT was awarded a 2-year contract to provide global coverage for critical near real time vessel monitoring and tracking for 140 vessels around the coast of Brazil.
The Mad Dog Field is one of BP’s largest discoveries in the Gulf of Mexico. BMT will provide multiple marine monitoring systems for BP’s new semi-submersible floating production facility in Phase 2.