Two large pipelay vessels owned by offshore contractor Allseas at the moment are, for the primary time ever, each in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Allseas stated in an replace on Monday that the world’s two largest pipelay vessels – Solitaire and Pioneering Spirit – at the moment are in Rotterdam.
According to Allseas, Solitaire returned to Rotterdam after finishing its job for Equinor on the Troll three undertaking within the North Sea.
Solitaire was in control of putting in the pipeline connecting the Troll A platform with new templates within the Troll section three undertaking.
In associated information, Norwegian authorities on Monday granted Equinor consent for a 10-year lifetime extension for the Troll B platform.
Extension of Troll B’s lifetime to 2030 is likely one of the potential options for additional creating gasoline manufacturing from the Troll Vest gasoline cap, Troll section three.
The vessel will now put together for its subsequent project offshore Israel.
On the opposite hand, the enormous pipelay and heavy-lifting vessel Pioneering Spirit has just lately been awarded a call-off for elimination and disposal of a number of installations within the Valhall space within the North Sea.
The work, which includes the elimination and disposal of Aker BP’s Valhall DP- PCP- and Hod topsides and jackets, will likely be carried out within the interval from 2021 to 2026.
The vessel additionally eliminated the unique lodging platform at Valhall area again in June 2019.
The Pioneering Spirit has extra jobs lined up forward, together with elimination of the Gyda platform scheduled to be executed between late 2020 and 2023 and elimination of the Statfjord A platform someday after 2022.
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