THE BIRTH OF AN ICON
The path of MIB as pioneer of emergency release systems and quick connectors was paved after an environmental accident during a hydrocarbon transfer in one terminal in Italy, which focused the attention of the international oil & gas terminal operators towards the need for safety systems.
THE WORLD’S FIRST EVER LNG SAFETY SYSTEMS
Installed on the first large scale LNG terminal - Shell's Lumet Export Berth in Brunei.
FIRST EVER POWERED EMERGENCY RELEASE SYSTEM
40+ years of successful operation at the Montoir de Bretagne LNG import terminal in France.
OFFSHORE TANKER LOADING SYSTEMS
MIB led the way with various tanker loading connectors at the outset of the UK North Sea Oil fields and moving ahead into India, Mexico, East Coast Canada and elsewhere. These also included the first dedicated 7-off tanker fleet owned by Exxon, operating at their 'zero-spill' Santa Ynez terminal offshore California.
PASSIVE SAFETY AND ANTI-POLLUTION SOLUTIONS
Marine Breakaway Coupling: the passive solution to protect marine hose strings at SPM offshore terminals as well as FSU, & FPSO installations.
FIRST HIGH PRESSURE FLEXIBLE RISER SAFETY SYSTEMS
The supply of Connectors and Valving systems for the World's first high pressure flexible risers for Petrobras offshore Brazil. Included single and multiple flowline/umbilical systems.
PIONEERING THE OFFSHORE OIL&GAS MARKET
The development of a diverse range of connectors and safety systems meets the stringent demands of the offshore industry for oil and gas projects around the world, including west Africa, UK & Norwegian North Sea, China, Australia and beyond.
MIB CONQUERED THE WORLD
More than 4000 operational installations in almost every corner of the world.
MIB JOINED IVG GROUP
A new marriage to widen the group boundaries in the oil and gas market.
FIRST LNG SHIP TO SHIP SYSTEM SUPPLIED
MIB breaks into the FSRU large-scale LNG STS market with turnkey solutions.
MIB CELEBRATES ITS 50th ANNIVERSARY
In December 2021, we started the installation of a photovoltaic system for the production of clean energy, which will serve part of our internal consumption. The 964 panels installed in the ground-mounted system will exploit solar energy, leading to energy savings of 70–80% of our consumption, as well as enormous environmental sustainability benefits.
First ever HPNG Ship-To-Jetty hose-based transfer system c/w ERS