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Bericht door Joost.R » 08 jan 2019 16:34

Jan De Nul successfully completes first major umbilical installation project

Jan De Nul Group has successfully completed the installation and burial of the two main subsea umbilicals for the exploitation of new gas fields in the West Nile Delta concessions, located in the North Alexandria region.
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Specifically for this project, Jan De Nul Group reconfigured its multi-purpose vessel Willem de Vlamingh into an efficient Umbilical Installation Vessel. The two umbilicals, with a total length of 69 km, were loaded in Norway in May 2018 and transported to Egypt. The challenging installation campaign started with a 3-km beach pull for which the Willem de Vlamingh positioned in water depths of only 7 m. Water depths significantly increased along the route. The campaign was successfully finalized early August 2018 with the precise installation of the Umbilical Termination Assembly at 600 metres water depth.
In order to safeguard the critical main umbilical, installation and burial were performed in parallel: Willem de Vlamingh installed the umbilical onto the seabed, directly followed by Isaac Newton for simultaneous burying of the umbilical using the jet trenching method.

Wouter Vermeersch, Manager Cables and Umbilicals at Jan De Nul Group: “We are very proud to have executed this umbilical installation campaign. It again proves our versatile approach and expertise in various operational fields, both onshore, nearshore and offshore. Our staff and crew members on site performed a very precise work in challenging conditions.”

David Down, Project Manager at Subsea7: ”The safe and successful installation of the main umbilicals by Jan De Nul Group represents a key milestone on our project. Jan De Nul’s technical expertise and collaborative approach ensured a successful outcome despite the complexity associated with the beach pull and shallow water operations.

Some moments from the project you can see in the video below:
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Bericht door Joost.R » 30 jan 2019 20:02

MAN Energy Solutions wins order to supply the engines for a new heavy-lift crane installation-vessel for Offshore Heavy Transport

MAN Energy Solutions has won an order to supply the engines for a new heavy-lift crane installation-vessel for Oslo-based OHT (Offshore Heavy Transport), the specialist heavy-transport-and-installation contractor. MAN’s scope of supply covers 4 × MAN 12V32/44CR GenSets with a total output of 28,800 kW
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The new vessel will be built at the shipyard of China Merchants Heavy Industry in Haimen/Nantong with delivery due in Q4, 2020. The order is for a single vessel, with options for three more.

Lex Nijsen – Vice President, Head of Four-Stroke Marine at MAN Energy Solutions – said: “We are very pleased to have won this order. The MAN 32/44CR engine’s multiple references – as well as its excellent references for similar projects within this very segment – were a decisive factor in its selection.”

MAN Energy Solutions describes the MAN 32/44CR engine as future-oriented technology whose common-rail technology delivers significant fuel savings and low operating costs. Nijsen added that the engine meets the customer’s requirements for modern and reliable technology that would continue to deliver high outputs even at high ambient temperatures, a dynamic load response, and minimal exhaust emissions. The design of the 32/44CR engine with its proven robustness moreover contributes to the highest reliability, simple maintenance and long maintenance intervals. Additionally, and for many years now, all medium-speed engines from MAN Energy Solutions have been prepared for Online Service, which offers several benefits to clients like increased availability of engines, rapid and comprehensive support for the operating personnel.

Alfa Lift design vessel
The Alfa Lift is a heavy installation crane vessel design with semi-submersible heavy transportation capabilities. The vessel is designed to install all types of bottom fixed offshore wind foundations and will also transport and install topsides and subsea modules, in addition to other heavy cargoes within oil and gas. Featuring a free deck length of 148 m, and a free deck area of 8,100 m² (main) + 2,470 m² (foredeck), the vessel has accommodation for 100 people.

Source: MAN Energy Solutions
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Bericht door Allen » 15 feb 2019 15:54

SMB Offshore

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