Two crane ships early on Tuesday started elevating a submerged Norwegian navy frigate which collided with an oil tanker in November and has remained stranded off Norway’s west coast since, the armed forces mentioned.The accident injured eight individuals and brought on the short-term closure of a North Sea crude export terminal, Norway’s high fuel processing plant and several other offshore fields.
Raising the Helge Ingstad, one among Norway’s 5 frigates, is predicted to take 5 to 6 days and would require calm climate.
“The work have to be synchronized, so the cranes have to be utterly steady, subsequent to one another,” Norway’s armed forces mentioned in an announcement.
p.p1 p.p2 p.p3 p.p4 p.p5 span.s1
The armed forces have mentioned they’re evaluating whether or not it’s potential to restore the 5,290 ton Helge Ingstad or whether or not they might want to order a alternative frigate.
p.p1 p.p2 p.p3 p.p4 span.s1 span.s2 span.s3
Please go away feedback and suggestions under