Indomer Coastal Hydraulics (P) Ltd. is the leading oceanographic company in India promoted by the team of former scientists of National Institute of Oceanography (CSIR), Goa. Indomer has taken up more than 500 projects during last 15 years related to Marine EIA studies for ports, seawater intakes and marine outfalls, seabed investigations on bathymetry, shallow seismic and side scan survey, measurements on currents, tides, waves, MIKE 21 modelling studies on: mixing of hot water and brine discharge, nearshore wave transformation, wave tranquility inside harbour, littoral drift, shoreline changes, siltation in channels, dredge disposal and oil spill.




NABET - QCI ACCREDITATION

 

FOR CONDUCTING TERRESTRIAL & MARINE EIA STUDIES 

ON CATEGORY - A   PROJECTS



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Oil & Gas transportation pipeline (crude and refinery/petrochemical products), passing through national parks/ sanctuaries/ coral reefs/ ecologically sensitive areas including LNG Terminal.

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Ports, harbours, jetties, marine terminals, breakwaters and dredging.

 

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      MD's Desk



The 24th October 2014 is the memorable red letter day in the history of Indomer. NABET - QCI has considered Indomer for Accreditation on Category - A projects to carry out Terrestrial and Marine EIA studies on Sectors: i) Ports & Harbours and ii) Pipelines. We could achieve this distinction because of our esteemed clients who assigned us studies all these years and expressed appreciation of our quality of service coupled with professional approach and expertise,  which inducted the necessary motivation and zeal to move forward. I take this opportunity  to whole heartedly thank the  QCI Assessors and our FAEs –  Dr. Apurba Gupta, Mr. Ramdas A Wani, Dr. B.K. Patel, Mr. Nanaji Kairika, Mr. Vivek P
Navare, Dr. Alfred R Selvakumar, Dr. Arun Narhar Kadam, Dr. Terry Machado, Mr. K. Dharmalingam and AFAEs – Mr. N. Manikandan, Mr. V. Sasidaran, Ms. V. Vaigaiarasi. Their guidance, cooperation and above all deep involvement to minute details paved way to reach this milestone adding a new feather to our crown of success.

At the same time, I feel so sad to record that the 12th October 2014 was a black day for Visakhapatnam and the adjoining coastal stretch which was swept away by Hud-Hud cyclone. At 1130 hours it had its Landfall at Kailasa Hill with wind speed exceeding 180 kmph, storm surge of around 1.8 m and with the maximum wave height reaching 15 m. It caused heavy damages to the coastal structures at Muvalaanipalem, Gangavaram, Visakhapatnam and Bhimnipatnam. Indomer sent communications to the port organisations conveying its readiness to assist them in whatever way possible in restoring the affected areas to its original state.

On the other hand, God was great to dissipate another equally dangerous cyclone - Nilofar approaching Nalaya coast in Gujarat.

 

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