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DNVGL-SE-0080 - 14 December 2015 - Noble Denton marine services - marine warranty survey 

This document provides a description of the process used by the Noble Denton (ND) marine services service area of DNV GL when providing marine warranty survey (MWS) services to evaluate whether a marine operation can be accepted for the purposes of insurance-related MWS. It addresses both ‘project’ and MODU/MOU related MWS. The main deliverable of the MWS process is a certificate of approval or a marine operation declaration or towing declaration (certificate of approval (CoA)). 

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0001/ND - Rev 1.1 - 28 June 2016 - General guidelines for marine projects

This document has been replaced by the standard DNVGL-ST-N001 which may be accessed through https://my.dnvgl.com
This document may still be valid for some existing projects.

These guidelines present material that is common to more than one of the other Noble Denton guidelines for the approval of marine projects and was previously duplicated.

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0009/ND Rev 10.1 - 23 October 2016 - Guidelines for site specific assessments of jack-ups

This document has been replaced by the standard DNVGL-ST-N002 which may be accessed through https://my.dnvgl.com
This document may still be valid for some existing projects.

These guidelines will be used by Noble Denton for the assessment of self-elevating platforms in the elevated condition. They address:

  • General feasibility studies, including optional checks for punch-through resistance and fatigue; such studies may result in a Statement of Compliance
  • Assessment for specific locations; such studies may result in a Certificate of Approval.

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0013/ND Rev 8.1 - 28 June 2016 - Guidelines for load-outs

This document has been replaced by the standard DNVGL-ST-N001 which may be accessed through https://my.dnvgl.com. 
This document may still be valid for some existing projects.

These guidelines have been developed for the load-out of items including offshore jackets, SPAR sections, modules, bridges and components from the shore onto floating or grounded barges and ships.

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0015/ND Rev 5.1 - 28 June 2016 - Guidelines for concrete gravity structure construction & installation

This document has been replaced by the standard DNVGL-ST-N001 which may be accessed through https://my.dnvgl.com.
This document may still be valid for some existing projects.

These guidelines have been developed for the marine aspects of construction, towage and installation of offshore concrete Gravity Base Structures (GBS) with a deck. They are intended to be applicable to deep draft structures, where much of the construction work is carried out afloat, as well as shallower draft structures where the construction of the GBS can be essentially completed in dry dock.

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0016/ND Rev 8.1 - 23 October 2016 - Seabed and sub-seabed data required for approvals of mobile offshore units (MOU)

This document has been replaced by the standard DNVGL-ST-N002 which may be accessed through https://my.dnvgl.com
This document may still be valid for some existing projects.

These guidelines describe the seabed and sub-seabed data required by Noble Denton to assess the suitability of locations for independent leg and mat-supported jack-up units, other mobile units operating on the seabed, and anchor installation and performance assessments for floating units.

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0021/ND Rev 10 - 14 December 2015 - Guidelines for the approval of towing vessels

These Guidelines are intended to lead to an approval by Noble Denton for entry into the Towing Vessel Approvability Scheme. They also provide guidance for the approval of towing vessels for a specific tow and bollard pull tests. They do not cover the towage of specific vessels or barges, guidance for which may be found in 0030/ND.

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0027/ND Rev 11.2 - 8 July 2016 - Guidelines for marine lifting & lowering operations

This document has been replaced by the standard DNVGL-ST-N001 which may be accessed through https://my.dnvgl.com.
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These guidelines have been developed for the design and approval of marine lifting operations, including subsea installations (but excluding pipelines and flowlines).

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0028/ND Rev 6.2 - 22 September 2016 - Guidelines for steel jacket transportation & installation

This document has been replaced by the standard DNVGL-ST-N001 which may be accessed through https://my.dnvgl.com.
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These guidelines have been developed for the design and approval of the transportation and installation of steel offshore jacket structures.

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0029/ND Rev 1 - 14 December 2015 - Guidelines for submarine pipeline installation

This document sets out the Guidelines on which Noble Denton approval of pipeline installation by laying, pulling or towing, would be based.

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0030/ND Rev 6.1 - 28 June 2016 - Guidelines for marine transportations

This document has been replaced by the standard DNVGL-ST-N001 which may be accessed through https://my.dnvgl.com.
This document may still be valid for some existing projects.

These guidelines will be used by Noble Denton for approval of specialised marine transportations, including:

  • Cargoes on ships or towed barges
  • Towage of self-floating marine and oilfield equipment, civil engineering structures and ships but are not normally intended to apply to 'standard' cargoes such as bulk liquids, bulk solids, refrigerated cargoes, vehicles or containers.

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0031/ND Rev 3 - 23 September 2016 - Guidelines for float-over installations/removals

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These guidelines have been developed for the float-over installation or removal of structures onto or from a host structure which may be:

  • Offshore pre-installed structures, e.g. jackets and concrete units, or
  • Offshore or inshore floating structures, e.g. TLPs, concrete units and semi-submersibles.

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0032/ND Rev 2.1 - 28 June 2016 - Guidelines for moorings

This document has been replaced by the standard DNVGL-ST-N001 which may be accessed through https://my.dnvgl.com.
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These guidelines will be used by Noble Denton for the approval of moorings, including:

  • Offshore catenary or taut leg moorings of mobile offshore units (MOU)
  • Offshore catenary or taut leg mooring of floating offshore installations (FOI)
  • Inshore mooring of MOUs and FOIs, e.g. for stacking
  • Temporary mooring of offshore installations in an afloat condition during construction, installation or decommissioning
  • Quayside mooring of MOUs and FOIs, e.g. during maintenance or conversion
  • Mooring of vessels during loadouts and installation operations.

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0035/ND Rev 1.1 - 28 June 2016 - Guidelines for offshore wind farm infrastructure installation

This document has been replaced by the standard DNVGL-ST-N001 which may be accessed through https://my.dnvgl.com.
This document may still be valid for some existing projects.

These guidelines have been developed for the installation of offshore wind farms of various types. They mainly refer to other Noble Denton guidelines developed for similar operations, but giving alternatives which may apply to offshore wind farm installations.

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