Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC) and AF Offshore Decom (AFOD), collectively referred to as the HAF consortium, have been awarded a contract from Marathon Oil Decommissioning Services LLC for the Engineering, Preparation, Removal and Disposal (EPRD) providers of the Brae Bravo Platform. The scope includes of the topsides, the flare jacket & bridge and the primary jacket.
Koos-Jan van Brouwershaven, CEO HMC says: “At the beginning of the tendering course of the groups set themselves a transparent aim: We are in it to win! It has been a real crew effort alongside the best way along with our lengthy standing companion AF Offshore Decom to safe this contract. We are each happy and proud that this has earned our shoppers belief within the HAF consortium to execute this advanced EPRD mission”.
Bengt Hildisch, President of AFOD, says: “Thanks to all, each inside Heerema and AF Offshore Decom that helped to win this essential work. The award of each Dunlin Alpha and Brae Bravo within the final two weeks, cements HAF’s place as absolutely the market chief in EPRD initiatives within the North Sea”.
The Brae area operated by Marathon Oil is situated in UKCS block 16/7a.
The topsides for Brae Bravo (Brae North) had been designed by Matthew Hall Engineering which was awarded the contract in October 1983. Initially there have been services for 12 oil manufacturing wells, three fuel injection wells and 19 spare slots. (Source: Heerema)
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