IMCA’s Marine Division Committee is concerned with all aspects of specialist offshore vessel operations. Our continuous thirty year work history, since the formation of the Dynamic Positioning Vessel Owners Association in 1989, establishes us as the leading industry body on Dynamic Positioning. The International Maritime Organization recognises us in the regard.
Our Marine Division Management Committee is the parent committee for our specialist areas which include Dynamic Positioning, Renewable Energy and Vessel Assurance through our eCMID system.
Technical Adviser – Marine
|Pawel Panka||TechnipFMC||Committee Vice-chairman|
|Quirien Grul||Allseas Group SA||Committee Member|
|Rodolphe Bouchet||Bourbon||Committee Member|
|Bart Vanden Eynde||DEME Offshore (Member of DEME Group)||Committee Member|
|Erik van Hintum||Heerema Marine Contractors||Committee Member|
|Mike Meade||M3 Marine Group Pte Ltd||Committee Member (Regional – AP)|
|Michel Ole Pedersen||Maersk Supply Service A/S||Committee Member|
|David Baker||McDermott International Inc.||Committee Member (Regional – NA)|
|Mauro Boni||RINA Services SpA||Committee Member|
|John de Hartog||Saipem||Committee Member|
|Bryan D’sa||Seamec Limited||Committee Member|
|Alan MacLeay||Subsea 7||Committee Member|
|Daniel Marins||Subsea 7||Committee Member (Regional – SA)|
|Derek Leiper||Vroon Offshore Services Ltd||Committee Member|
|Reza Yaghoobi||IMCA||IMCA Secretariat Lead|
Minutes of Meetings
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There are three main sub-committees within Marine – they cover the specialist areas of Dynamic Positioning, Marine Renewable Energy and eCMID (Common Marine Inspection Document).
News & Events
Introduction to Hybrid Battery Systems for DP Vessels
To fill the gap in technical documentation within the industry until such times as an all-inclusive guidance document is released IMCA has produced introductory guidance on the subject. The ‘Introduction […]Read more
OCIMF Covid-19 Update Bulletin #6 – SIRE/OVID Inspections and Reports
COVID-19 continues to challenge our industry on many fronts. While we all work through this unprecedented situation it is important to maintain delivery of essential goods and services on a […]Read more
IMCA Publishes “Guidelines for Walk to Work Operations”
The Marine Renewable Energy Committee formed a workgroup consisting of vessel owners, wind farm operators and motion compensated gangway manufacturers and worked alongside an oil & gas focused industry steering group consisting of representatives from leading manufacturers of motion compensated gangway systems.
The W2W guidance has been produced to help standardise the way in which vessels are intended to give personnel safe access to offshore structures both in the wind and oil & gas industries. Heave compensated gangways fitted to vessels stabilise the motions of the vessel so that people can transfer safely from a vessel to an offshore structure or platform.Read more