Louisiana-based contractor Morrison has put in oil and gasoline gross sales pipelines for Byron Energy’s South Marsh Island Blocks 58 & 59.
The undertaking marked greater than 1676 kilometres of pipe laid by Morrison within the Gulf of Mexico.
The most up-to-date 18.5-kilometre pipeline set up marketing campaign consisted of three inch, four inch, 6 inch and eight inch pipelines.
The setup occurred in water depths of roughly 43 metres.
It included burials, risers and tie-in fabrication and installations, crossing mitigation, and pigging, hydro testing and commissioning of the pipelines.
The Byron pipeline set up offered a possibility for the triple lay of a portion of the general pipelay.
To carry out the pipelay installations and bury operations, Morrison utilised its lay barge, the CM-15.
Morrison labored with the export pipeline corporations and put in sizzling faucet tie-in on these transmission strains.
This was carried out utilising Morrison’s dive asset, DSV Kelly Morrison.
In addition, the DSV Joanne Morrison supplied help for the riser clamp, pipeline tie-ins and numerous dive operations.
“We are extraordinarily proud to achieve the milestone of ‘greater than 5.5 million ft of pipe laid within the Gulf of Mexico’ in 2020, the yr by which Morrison celebrates its 20th anniversary of working within the pipeline enterprise,” acknowledged Morrison CEO Chet Morrison. “We are established pipeline veterans that may accomplish difficult tasks even in tough instances, and the completion of this undertaking is proof of that.”
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