TDI-Halter Delivers Three Barges

Monday, August 23, 1999
TDI-Halter, a Halter Marine Group, Inc. company, delivered Prisa 103, the last of three 180 x 75 x 15 ft. barges, to Sedco Forex, the drilling division of Schlumberger Limited. Prisa 101, 102 and 103 are part of an overall conceptual design approach, in which Sedco Forex permanently integrated the well intervention structure, equipment and systems to facilitate conventional light drilling and well re-entry with coiled tubing and other well intervention operations. This concept provides operators a cost-effective tool by utilizing specially-adapted multi-function service equipment, which is built-in to ensure flexibility, reduce overall non-productive time and optimize deployment of services by improving the logistics and reducing the running costs.
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