Offshore Exploration

Bridon-Bekaert is the world leader in advanced rope solutions for the offshore oil and gas drilling industry. We offer both superior steel wire and synthetic ropes and a wide range of drilling lines, marine riser tensioner lines (MRTs), offshore crane ropes, winch lines, temporary mooring lines and lifeboat ropes. We create value for you by increasing the uptime of your rig fleet across the globe through maximizing the operating life of our ropes. We do so by producing the best performing ropes and providing you with technical support and service afterwards.

Drilling rigs

Offshore drilling rigs are often located in the harshest environments.

Marine riser tensioner

Marine riser tensioner lines work in conjunction with the drilling line system.

Subsea winches

The winches can be used to place equipment and pipes on the seabed


Mooring lines connect an anchor on the seafloor to a floating structure.

Offshore cranes

Offshore pedestal mounted cranes are used in offshore oil and gas operations.

Life boat

Life boats form an integral part of offshore vessels and rigs and are key to the safety.

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