Helix Energy Solutions Group has entered right into a contract for its new-build semi-submersible nicely intervention vessel, the Q7000. The vessel can be performing subsea workover and built-in nicely intervention providers with a serious consumer offshore Nigeria, an estimated minimal 80-day marketing campaign. Helix continues to mobilize the vessel from the shipyard in Singapore, and the mission is scheduled to start in early January 2020.
Owen Kratz, President and Chief Executive Officer of Helix, said, “We are more than happy to announce our first contract for the Q7000. The contract represents the results of years of labor to convey our new vessel to market, and we stay up for the alternatives that our growth into the riser-based nicely intervention market in West Africa will present, as we proceed to strengthen our presence globally.”
Helix Energy Solutions, Based in Houston, is a world offshore vitality providers firm that gives specialty providers to the offshore vitality business with a concentrate on nicely intervention and robotics operations. The firm offers providers primarily in deepwater within the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, Brazil, North Sea, Asia Pacific and West Africa areas.
Singapore’s Sembcorp Marine delivered the Q7000 nicely intervention semi-submersible rig to Helix Energy Solutions Group on November eight.
Measuring 93.6m in size and 61.1m in breadth, the Q7000 was collectively designed by Sembcorp Marine and Helix. The vessel can carry out manufacturing enhancement operations and discipline improvement help, nicely cleanup and nicely decommissioning duties.
Equipped with an IMO-certified Class three Dynamic Positioning System and the Helix-designed Intervention Riser System, the Q7000 is ready to execute nicely intervention and decommissioning operations in water depths of as much as three,000m.
(Source: Helix/Sembcorp Marine – Image: Frontier Energy)
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