Sea Trucks Bags Another Installation Contract

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

November 17, 2014

Photo courtesy of Sea Trucks Group

Photo courtesy of Sea Trucks Group

C has been awarded a second installation contract for a development in Nigeria to West African Ventures, Sea Trucks’ principle Nigerian business.

The newest contract is further to Sea Trucks’ announcement made last week whichdeclared a contract from Afren for subsea installation of 60 km pipeline, PLEM, flexible riser and spool pieces as well as transportation and installation of jacket, piles, bridges and topside, ranging between 240 t and 480 t.

The second contract, awarded by Oriental Energy Resources Limited, Afren Exploration and Production Nigeria Alpha Limited and Addax Petroleum (Nigeria Offshore) Limited, consists of subsea installation in the Okwok Field of 13 km pipeline, fabrication and installation of tie-in spools as well as transportation and installation of topside modules, ranging between 475 t and 600 t.

Sea Trucks will use two of its DP3 pipelay construction vessels to undertake the work. A number of the group’s marine support vessels and barges will also be deployed in the project.

Offshore activities are scheduled to commence in February 2015.

seatrucksgroup.com
 

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