Happy Dragon Ships 8 Manifolds to Goliat Field Offshore Norway
On Tuesday 27 March the load-out commenced. This weekend, the heavy lift vessel Happy Dragon will sail away with her giant load.
”This is probably the largest single subsea delivery we have made from Egersund. I’m proud of my colleagues, and satisfied on behalf of our customer Eni Norge AS, that we are delivering this on schedule and on budget,” says Svein Oskar Nuland, head of Aker Solutions’ yard in Egersund, Norway.
“Our project team at Fornebu and here in Egersund has worked tirelessly to complete this important milestone”.
The delivery of the subsea manifolds and riser bases is the yard’s second hardware load-out for the Goliat subsea project. The first, consisting of eight subsea templates, was also delivered on schedule when it sailed out of Egersund at the end of March last year.
Aker Solutions’ Goliat contract, signed in September 2009, comprises of engineering, procurement and construction of a complete subsea production system. Subsea hardware deliveries include eight overtrawlable four-slot subsea templates with manifolds, wellheads system, 24 subsea trees, subsea and topside controls systems, 20 kilometres of steel tube umbilicals, work-over equipment and a tie-in and connection system.
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Posted on March 30, 2012, in Barents Sea, Completions, Europe, Offshore FIeld Development, Oil & Gas - offshore, Service, Subsea, Subsea Systems and tagged Aker Solutions, Barents, Barents Sea, Egersund, Eni, europe, field, Fornebu, Goliat, Happy Dragon, Heavy Lift, Manifolds, News, Norway, Offshore, Ships, SubSea, subsea production, vessel. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.