Last week, hook up of the Ailsa Floating Storage and Offloading unit (FSO) was efficiently accomplished. This marks the ultimate step of the FSO transportation and set up for Culzean discipline, beneath the challenge administration of Maersk Supply Service.
The challenge has been delivered to Total E&P UK as an built-in answer, together with challenge administration, engineering, procurement and execution of offshore work scopes. Eight Maersk Supply Service vessels and crew carried out the marine operations.
Advanced capabilities of two of Maersk Supply Service’s new-build M-class anchor dealing with tug provide vessels have been utilised all through the challenge. With its giant deck, chain lockers and winches, the tensioning of twelve 50-tonne anchors was carried out from Maersk Master in simply two vessel mobilizations, attaining the very best tensioned mooring system within the North Sea at 723 tonnes. Installation of 12 140-mm mooring chains and sheathed wires from Maersk Minder was additionally accomplished in two mobilizations.
“This is a big milestone for Maersk Supply Service in delivering full-scope options to our prospects. Leveraging the experience, dedication and suppleness of all stakeholders concerned as one on- and offshore staff was key to the secure, environment friendly and well timed completion of this difficult challenge,” says Head of Integrated Solutions Olivier Trouvé.
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Maersk Supply Service continues to work for Total E&P UK within the North Sea, offering the decommissioning of the Janice, James and Leadon fields as an built-in answer.
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