Bisso Marine Loads Water Injection Module onto Vessel

Friday, November 07, 2003
Bisso Marine Company, Inc., heavy lift division recently loaded on to the M/V Triton Vll a 300 ft. by 60 ft. by12 ft water injection module. Bisso’s heavy lift derrick barge, LILI BISSO performed the lift. The M/V Triton Vll is owned by Heerema Marine Contractors. The module was constructed by Premier Industries of Harvey Louisiana. The module is bound for the Zafiro Producer, FPSO, in Equatorial Guinea, West Africa. The 350 ton module will be used to inject water under extremely high pressure to numerous wells simultaneously to enhance oil recovery. The power source for the unit is a 7000 BHP Solar Turbine with a 3500 GPM X 2300 PSI pump.
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