Cairn Contracts Unique Hydrographic for Oil Spill Recovery

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Wednesday, June 05, 2013
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Unique Hydrographic Systems has been contracted by Cairn India for an Oil Spill Recovery project. The first of its kind project for Unique Hydrographic Systems will run over a period of three years until April 2016.

The crux of this Tier 1 project includes the supply of oil spill recovery equipment from Lamor along with vehicles and a trained team of responders and supervisors for approximately 700 kilometers of hot crude oil pipeline from Barmer to Jamnagar. The pipeline unit is maintained at 65 degrees and serves a string of refineries at Randhanpur, Viramgam, Jamnagar among many others from the Mangala field.

Though the project involves the supply of oil spill recovery machinery from Lamor, Unique Hydrographic Systems has provided all accessories and manpower locally in addition to the plant shutdown it has attended individually.

www.uniquegroup.com

  • Photo: Unique Hydrographic Systems

    Photo: Unique Hydrographic Systems

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