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Old 07-19-2011, 01:52 PM   #1226
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This is a great build thread. One of my favs. Good learnin to be had here.
Unfortunately some of it is what not to do....
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Old 07-19-2011, 01:54 PM   #1227
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My typical schedule is 28 days on, 28 days off, though I lose the travel days since we are going to be on the rig for 28 days... The further you have to travel the more time you loose off...

I just spent a little over two weeks on a different rig helping them get off of downtime... That's when the oil company doesn't have to pay the rig day rate due to equipment damage or malfunction... The rig is back up and running again, so I'm headed back to my own rig... A little less than two weeks left in this hitch..l
I can't wait to start my 14/14 rotation in October... only difference is I will go to the same office I'm now at instead of a rig, so I won't have that travel loss and will be sleeping in my own bed during my hitch. Hopefully I can continue this right up to retirement...

Brazil is one of the best because there's no jet lag going North and South... makes a big difference on re-coup time.
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19 hour day if you're going by seven days a week. 27 hour day if it's five which can't happen, lol. So when your on the rig your at work, period, I take it. That's harsh.

I can see why it's important to keep a rig up and running!
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19 hour day if you're going by seven days a week. 27 hour day if it's five which can't happen, lol. So when your on the rig your at work, period, I take it. That's harsh.

I can see why it's important to keep a rig up and running!
There are always four crews on a rig, well five if you count service hands that are there to breath air, eat food and crap in toilets...

Service hands credo, eat until sleepy, sleep until hungry, and crap on the way to the room from the galley...

The four crews are, day maintenance, night maintenance, working 6-6 am-pm or pm-am... And the drill and crane crews that work 12-12... The rig supervisors also work 6-6.

This all allows for a smooth transition from crew to crew, etc...

in my position, my base hours are 13 hour days, and the rig works 24-7-365, only since the oil companies can't figure out how to work it more...

We are only on the rig to work, and social events are limited to meal times, which are generally about 15-20 minutes long for any given individual...if the fork ain't moving, your butt and boots better be...

I worked in Egypt for a while and the Muslims had issue with our schedule... ( nothing against Muslims as a whole, I worked with some really good guys) but, they wanted to pack ...meal time in with smoke time and prayer time... 20 minutes doesn't allow for all of this, so the drillers gave them the option, smoke and pray, eat and pray, or eat and smoke, but not all three...

Their fix in response, they brought prayer rugs up and carpeted a small area in the back of the draw works, and would sneak off the floor to pray in between making connections...
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Man, I would love to attend, and may, but right now my schedule is shot to heck in a hand basket... Our rig is leaving Brazil two years early, headed to the shipyard in Brownsville, about a seven to eight week tow, and will be there until Nov or Dec. I may make the entire tow, or I may get reassigned to another rig, or they may try to assign me to take it to Mexico if it goes there, at which point, I'll take advantage of the numerous job offers from other cowbird I have on the table.... I have lots of loyalty to my current company, but I've told them I wouldn't go back to Mexico... And that I want to stay international... So, time will tell...
Tell them to put a couple of turbos on that rig and get it there faster!
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Old 07-19-2011, 02:34 PM   #1231
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Glad that the customer is aware of his kits abilities AND disabilities.
I am not sure he knows - these turbos will keep going all the way to 22lbs before they are inefficient - they are rated to go 1.5 BAR over atmosphere
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Old 07-19-2011, 05:54 PM   #1232
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Tell them to put a couple of turbos on that rig and get it there faster!
They already have the "supercharger from hell"
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Well, It's official,

I'm stuck on the rig for the next four or so more weeks, and I've been in Brazil for three already...

I am staying on the rig for the float out of country and will be able to leave the rig when we reach Trinidad... We are scheduled to leave on or about the 29th, though with the weather the way it is, thats looking doubtful... Once we leave here, it's at least three weeks to Trinidad.

I'll see everyone in the San Antonio / Austin area around the end of August...
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Well that officially sucks! How does that work? They tow or push the rig?
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Well that officially sucks! How does that work? They tow or push the rig?
We tie fourteen roustabouts in rope harnesses and throw them off the front of the rig... They tow... The roughnecks, next position up the food chain ladder get tied up and thrown off the back of the rig... they push... and are slightly more proven, so if we have to stop suddenly, the only ones at risk of being run over are the worms... <<< roustabouts... new dudes... J/K...

We have a tow bridle that is hooked up to an ocean going tug and we cruise along at a stately 4-4.5 knots or so... The tug will usually have 1/4 to 1/2 mile of cable out to reduce the shock loading of the differential heave characteristics of the two vessels... We are considered a barge... as we are not self propelled, but no, no contact between vessels is allowed... We dont have enough life jackets or expanding foam spray cans to fill the hull if we suffer a skin tear or puncture below the water line...

We are 290 feet long and 240 or so wide, and sit 40-50 feet off the water at tow draft, they are about 50-80 feet long and 20-25 feet or so wide and sit on the water... so... we use cable.. "properly referred to as a tow bridle to absorb the differential shock loads...

There are also dry tow vessels... I'll see if I can find a few pics and post them up... These vessels flood down, (basically they sink... in a controlled situation most of the time) and the rig is floated over them, and then they unsink, (is that a word?) and the rig is then high and dry... Believe me, these mofo's are some seriously big ships... They are Post PanaMax Vessels, or ships too big for the Panama Canal...
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Well, It's official,

I'm stuck on the rig for the next four or so more weeks, and I've been in Brazil for three already...

I am staying on the rig for the float out of country and will be able to leave the rig when we reach Trinidad... We are scheduled to leave on or about the 29th, though with the weather the way it is, thats looking doubtful... Once we leave here, it's at least three weeks to Trinidad.

I'll see everyone in the San Antonio / Austin area around the end of August...
That Suck's. But I bet there some form of $$$$ compensation.

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Wow! I could just picture the new guys faces. "You want me to tie what on me? And jump where?" hahahahaha

And I assume weather has to be pretty perfect for this operation as well? What happens with rough seas like the pictures you posted before? And lastly, PEOPLE ARE STILL ON THE RIG when this happens?????? Holy crap!
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Well, It's official,

I'm stuck on the rig for the next four or so more weeks, and I've been in Brazil for three already...

I am staying on the rig for the float out of country and will be able to leave the rig when we reach Trinidad... We are scheduled to leave on or about the 29th, though with the weather the way it is, thats looking doubtful... Once we leave here, it's at least three weeks to Trinidad.

I'll see everyone in the San Antonio / Austin area around the end of August...
That's why they pay you the big bucks. You can even afford to buy 4 turbos!
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That Suck's. But I bet there some form of $$$$ compensation.

Well, my minumum work week is 93 hours, and everything after 40 is overtime, and if it is off hitch, (the time when I should be home) which starts in a little over a week, it's all overtime... so yeah, it sux but it's worth it after it's over... 93 hours of overtime in one week, for three or four weeks, I'm not going to complain too much... I'm thinking I'll be calling the DSS real soon... 9", 3.07 gears, axles and a drive shaft... should have me ready to go after the fast list, since my cage will be in by the time I get home or soon after...

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Wow! I could just picture the new guys faces. "You want me to tie what on me? And jump where?" hahahahaha

And I assume weather has to be pretty perfect for this operation as well? What happens with rough seas like the pictures you posted before? And lastly, PEOPLE ARE STILL ON THE RIG when this happens?????? Holy crap!
Wanna see something funny, tell a roustabout to go get you a bucket of "A.I.R"... They'll chase all over the rig driving people crazy trying to find it, checking the labels of anything that looks remotely like a bucket, and not being sure what they think is a bucket is what I actually want... In reality, all I want when I ask this is an empty 5 gallon bucket...
A bucket of A.I.R = a bucket of air = an empty bucket...

And uhmmmm, there is little to no consideration for weather... There are rigs towed all over the world year round... and yes, occasionally some of them get caught in Hurricane/Typhoon conditions... We try to steer away from them but thats not always possible... Storms moving 25-30 miles and hour, or even ten miles an hour can catch a rig towing at 4-5 mph...

We have to be on the rig, though it is usually a skeleton crew,
1-OIM, big boss in charge...
1-Tool Pusher... shift boss
1-Barge Captain, the marine supervisor...
2-BCO's, Ballast control dudes, the guys that keep us floating
1-Mechanic, keeps the engines running so the BCO's can keep the pumps running to keep us afloat
1-Electrician, keeps the lights on and the pumps running so the BCO's can keep us afloat, and most importantly keep the A/C working, it gets super hot around the equator...
1-Subsea Engineer, me, keep the stack valves functioning and soaking the pods... Too long to explain here... without writing a novel...
2-Drillers, whatever...
2-Crane ops, same thing
1-Asst Driller, nothing of value... other than to drive the rest of us crazy... entertainment value is something I guess...OMG, if you ever get the chance to meet "Cut-off" he's a hoot...
1-Safety Rep... Medic, and otherwise useless... I used to be one so I can say that with complete confidence...

and if we are unlucky, we will have a skeleton crew of catering crew along... Most any of us can cook way better than the average catering hand... We have to eat it, so we care... They can put crap on the line for us and cook something decent for themselves in the back... If they absolutely had to eat what we do, it would be better... As far as I'm concerned, give us a BR hand to make the beds and wash the clothes and we'll cook for ourselves...

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Did you really have to go there and remind me... Those damn turbo's could have almost paid for my nine inch diff...
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There are also dry tow vessels... I'll see if I can find a few pics and post them up... These vessels flood down, (basically they sink... in a controlled situation most of the time) and the rig is floated over them, and then they unsink, (is that a word?) and the rig is then high and dry... Believe me, these mofo's are some seriously big ships... They are Post PanaMax Vessels, or ships too big for the Panama Canal...
Saw that on Discovery Channel, cool stuff, they transported an oil rig and sweated bullets... it was a balancing act during loading and rough sea can make it tip pretty easily apparently. Surely you don't stay onboard during that???
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I'd say that sucks that you are gone the next three weeks....


But....


With overtime like that, CONGRATS!!!

Nah...I know there comes a time when no matter how much you are getting paid, you just need a break for your sanity. I'm putting in a couple hours a day right now and will keep going as much as they let me. And, when they ask for people to stay late, I usually get the gig. I'm a worker...I take my calls and knock out as many as I can. The more calls I get taken care of, the happier the higher ups are. They don't like calls holding. I don't BS either...give me the call...get me there...find a solution...get'er done and get back in service. So many others just sit...and hold calls....or take their time writing the calls and others who want to get everything taken care of so they can be free to do other stuff don't get to. So, you get workers and non-workers. While we all know who the slugs are, nothing is really done about them. I just can't wait until I'm one of the higher ups so I can start doing something more about it...other than bitching.

Anyway...getting off on a tangent.

Yep...I'd jump at the OT as well. Stinks that can't really sit back and breathe, though.
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Heck, give him a hula dancer and umbrella drink he'd be in paradise!

That's a long stint tho...
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Saw that on Discovery Channel, cool stuff, they transported an oil rig and sweated bullets... it was a balancing act during loading and rough sea can make it tip pretty easily apparently. Surely you don't stay onboard during that???
No, those are usually unmamnned tows.

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But....


With overtime like that, CONGRATS!!!

Nah...I know there comes a time when no matter how much you are getting paid, you just need a break for your sanity. I'm putting in a couple hours a day right now and will keep going as much as they let me. And, when they ask for people to stay late, I usually get the gig. I'm a worker...I take my calls and knock out as many as I can. The more calls I get taken care of, the happier the higher ups are. They don't like calls holding. I don't BS either...give me the call...get me there...find a solution...get'er done and get back in service. So many others just sit...and hold calls....or take their time writing the calls and others who want to get everything taken care of so they can be free to do other stuff don't get to. So, you get workers and non-workers. While we all know who the slugs are, nothing is really done about them. I just can't wait until I'm one of the higher ups so I can start doing something more about it...other than bitching.

Anyway...getting off on a tangent.

Yep...I'd jump at the OT as well. Stinks that can't really sit back and breathe, though.
I'll actually be gone the next five weeks or so, I'll probably arrive home in very late August...

As for the promotional stuff, keep the nose in the books and even if it doesnt occur immediately, learn from the testing process and know there is a reason for all of it... The internal politics << can I say that word... can be hell sometimes...

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Heck, give him a hula dancer and umbrella drink he'd be in paradise!

That's a long stint tho...
Yup, but, I'm happily married to a wonderful woman that I look forward to gettning home to see, so, just the drink with an umbrella will suffice...
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WooHoo,

My cage is at the shop,

Pics to follow as I recieve them...Hard to believe what's in the box will fit inside my Camaro...
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What is that cage certified for????? Bolt in correct???
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What is that cage certified for????? Bolt in correct???
With the six point roll bar, it's down to 10 seconds bolted in, but I also ordered the eight point add on and will weld the cage in so I'll be certified down to 8.5 second passes...
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That's what I was thinking, our sat Internet is really slow, I'm downloading a couple of other pics right now, and I'll post them up after dinner,,, it's six pm here, and I'm tired, long hard day...
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With the six point roll bar, it's down to 10 seconds bolted in, but I also ordered the eight point add on and will weld the cage in so I'll be certified down to 8.5 second passes...
Good call. Using only bolts to hold those in scares me.
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