Agnes Candies to Work on Northeast Gateway Project

Thursday, August 09, 2007
Deep Marine Technology, Inc. announces its Agnes Candies Saturation Vessel has gone to work for Horizon Offshore Contractors, Inc. on the Northeast Gateway Project. Working in Massachusetts Bay for a period of up to 120 days, the work scope for the vessel consists of the support of one, 24 in. pipeline and two, 18 in lateral pipelines including: Tie-ins, Testing, Dewatering, Drying. Some characteristics of the vessel include, 220 x 54 ft., 12 Man Saturation System, DP2, 40 Ton Knuckle Boom Crane Capabilities including the ability to perform: construction, installations, repairs, salvage and inspections.
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