10th October 2018
ICON and Neodrill complete world's deepest CAN-ductor deployment and recovery
1st Australasian CAN-ductor installed and recovered as planned
1st CAN-ductor installed and recovered by AHTS
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19th March 2018
How to reduce wellhead platform capex costs by standardising components, installing platforms using jackup rigs instead of barges, and employing suction pile technology will be explained by industry leaders in Kuala Lumpur this week.
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25th October 2016
25th August 2016
ICON was engaged by Noble Drilling to assist in the conceptual development, detailed design, fabrication, installation and commissioning of a 300Te capacity tension deck for the newly built Noble Tom Prosser jack-up rig.
The entire project from development of concept through to installation and commissioning was undertaken in 12 weeks. This included the fabrication and testing of a 300Te tension unit and a range of ICON's gripper clamps.
21st June 2016
Scott Warren, project manager at ICON Engineering, was recently awarded a safety award by INPEX for his work onboard the ENSCO 5006 drilling rig during the well completions stage on the Ichthys LNG project.
31st May 2016
9th May 2016
Perth-based ICON Engineering has just chalked up another order of its conductor tensioner units (CTU) into the Gulf of Mexico’s (GoM) offshore oilfields, saying its well valued products are avoiding the drastic cost cuts in the drilling sector.
9th May 2016
Now that the dust has settled from the recent LNG18 conference held in Perth, ICON Engineering can report that Managing Director David Field and GM Equipment Steve Plain spent some quality time discussing matters of compensation with Foreign Minister Julie Bishop - heave compensation, to be precise.
4th May 2016
ICON Engineering has completed the successful offshore trial rig up of its latest Heave Compensated Tension Lift Frame (CTLF), which can be run as the primary compensator, or as back-up to the rig's drill string compensator to safeguard against unintentional lock-up.
This innovative design suits coiled tubing and wireline intervention operations where heave compensation is required, notably deepwater drilling and completions activities. The CTLF can be run as the primary compensator, or as back-up to the rig's drill string compensator to safeguard against unintentional lock-up.
It was installed on a semisubmersible drilling rig and is currently in operation on a Western Australian project.
13th May 2014
ICON Engineering has announced the launch of the Advanced Riser Tension Protector (ARTP) Equipment Range, representing a significant advance in coiled tubing lift frames (CTLFs) for subsea well completions, well testing and well interventions.
3rd December 2013
TOPIC S.A. of Tunisia engaged ICON Engineering to assist in the development of the Halk el Menzel (HelM) field located in the Gulf of Hammamet.
27th September 2013
ICON's facility in Henderson includes a purpose built 40m testing tower, which was constructed as a unique onshore test facility, and 1000m2 of warehouse facilities serviced by a gantry crane.
17th September 2013
ICON is globally recognised as innovators in Drive Pipe Conductor Tensioner design and its Conductor clamps are now installed on the 20% of the jack-ups currently in service worldwide.
5th September 2013
ICON Engineering has doubled in size in the last 24 months in core business sectors including: drilling rig support, heave compensation technologies, and subsea engineering.
With the high demand for ICON engineers over recent years, ICON Engineering is now offering the secondment of our quality personnel into your team.
There are several reasons why ICON personnel may be the perfect fit to fill that important role in your team.
22nd July 2013
The expansion of ICON's subsea division continues with the detailed design of a mid-water arch and gravity base structure, to be installed in the Browse Basin offshore Western Australia.
11th July 2013
In March this year, ICON transported 100 tonnes of specialist drilling equipment from Europe to Australia in less than 48 hours door-to-door, including ground freight and customs clearance both ends.