Momentum Completes Offshore Install for PCPP

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Momentum recently completed the offshore installation of the DANA LWS (Light Weight Structure) for PCPP. PCPP is a joint venture between Petronas Carigalli, PetroVietnam and Pertamina of Indonesia. Momentum loaded the structure on to a Barge and installed the structure using a Jackup drilling rig. Traditionally, the installations of these structures are done using a Derrick Barge at a far greater expense to the client. “Momentum continually seeks innovative and cost effective solutions for their clients”, stated Jimmy Larsen, Deputy Managing Director. The combined weight of the unit (jacket, platform, boat landing) was 300 tons which was installed in 50 meter of water depth and the project was completed on time under budget and with ZERO incidents.
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