A Leading Independent Offshore Service Contractor

Your Offshore Survey Contractor of Choice

Java Offshore owns and operates their own Strategic Assets



Java Offshore provides geotechnical services for the design and installation of offshore structures. Results of soil boring, CPT, pilot holes and coring are blended in foundation engineering analyses to define soil parameters and estimate ground stability.

Geophysical <br/>

Java Offshore operates various acoustic equipment to acquire, process, interpret and present geophysical / hydrographic data to illustrate seabed and sub-seabed hazards critical for offshore activities.


Our value-added engineering consultancy integrates relevant datasets and resources to deliver independent and unbiased engineering suggestions and conclusions throughout the lifecycle of your offshore developments.


Java Offshore is a leading independent Offshore Services Contractor providing a range of Geophysical, Geotechnical and Subsea related solutions to Marine Related Industries within the South East Asian Region. With operations based out of Malaysia and Indonesia, we have good access to the necessary resources to mobilise our resources to meet client expectations timely and effectively.

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Thursday, 19 April 2018

On Tuesday, 17 April 2018 at 0300hrs, a fire broke out on-board MV Geos, during operations to provide offshore soil investigation services at the PETRONAS BDU-1 site, approximately 10km off the coast of Baram, Miri.

Thursday, 12 April 2018

Asian Geos, the geotechnical arm of Java Offshore, has been awarded a contract by EGS (Taiwan) Ltd for geotechnical soil investigation.

Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Asian Geos, an Operating Company of Java Offshore sets another Geotechnical Drilling Record offshore East Malaysia.

Monday, 23 January 2017

Java Offshore Sdn Bhd has recently completed the acquisition of a majority stake in Asian Geos Sdn Bhd

Monday, 28 November 2016

The 10th International Petroleum Technology Conference was held in Bangkok.

Friday, 11 November 2016

Petroleum exploration still relies mainly on 3D seismic to discover hydrocarbon accumulations in prolific basins throughout the world.