DeepOcean’s 150-metre-long offshore development vessel Edda Freya has arrived at Nexans Norway’s manufacturing unit in Halden to load umbilical for Equinor’s Troll Phase three venture.
The Norwegian offshore contractor will set up the umbillical within the North Sea later in the summertime.
DeepOcean’s work scope for the venture covers venture administration, engineering, procurement, fabrication and offshore set up actions.
Specifically, the work contains set up of two built-in subsea templates and manifolds, two foundations and PLEMs, set up of spools, laying of MEG line and umbilical, tie-in’s and commissioning actions.
Equinor picked Nexans to produce umbilicals required to energy and likewise management the subsea methods of the Troll subject Phase three growth.
Nexans Norway will design, manufacture and provide static umbilicals.
The umbilicals embrace HV energy components, hydraulic strains, a MEG service line for chemical injection, a spare line and fiber-optics .
The contract additionally contains the availability of connections, terminations and different umbilical equipment.
Phase three of the Troll venture covers the event of the Troll West construction.
The venture lies in water depths of roughly 330 metres and likewise 25 kilometres north-west of the Troll A platform.
The subsea manufacturing methods will comprise two subsea templates or manifolds, in addition to 9 timber. Each manifold ought to have 4 effectively slots.
First gasoline from the venture ought to circulate within the second quarter of 2021.
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