Heerema’s heavy carry vessel Aegir has transported and put in the 1650 metric ton water dealing with module for shopper Technip FMC on the Woodside operated Pluto Alpha platform.
Aegir picked up the module from the MMHE yard in Johor, Malaysia, on November 14. From right here, Aegir safely transported the module to the Woodside operated Pluto discipline and accomplished the set up inside four hours. The Pluto discipline is situated 190 kilometers northwest of Karratha, Western Australia, in 85 meters of water. The Pluto A Platform is a not-normally manned platform, and the newly-installed water dealing with module consists of services for water separation and remedy, along with upgraded energy era items.
Despite scheduling challenges launched by the worldwide scenario, the superb collaboration between Technip FMC, Woodside, and Heerema resulted within the unit’s secure and profitable set up.
This mission follows Aegir’s success in Qatar with the set up of the Al-Shaheen Gallaf 1 mission. Now the vessel will obtain some upgrades in Singapore in preparation for a busy 2021 portfolio.
The Aegir is a fast paced DP crane vessel with elevated deck area along with Heerema’s Semi Submersible Crane Vessels. The shipshape of the Aegir is such designed that she has the very best operability for monohulls. In mixture with the DP system it has the likelihood to climate vane and guarantee the installations might be carried out beneath many environmental situations. Aegir is supplied with a four,00 ton revolving mast crane.
(Source and picture: Heerema)
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