VIDEO: Ulstein, NOV Present Next Generation Offshore Vessel
In the following video, National Oilwell Varco (NOV) and ULSTEIN present what they describe as the “next generation of modern offshore vessels.”
According to the caption of the video published on Ulstein’s YouTube channel “this is the standard for future offshore construction.”
The vessel platform used is the ULSTEIN designed Deepwater Enabler.
The 160.0 m long Deepwater enabler is a Multi-purpose Offshore construction vessel of a highly flexible design that can, according to Ulstein, be customized to meet client’s specifications and requirements.
The construction vessel is designed for various offshore operations. With a simplistic customization process it can be used to install and maintain offshore wind turbines, as well as for flex-lay, well intervention and slim hole drilling operations for the offshore oil and gas industry.
If February this year, Toisa placed an order for a construction vessel of the Deepwater Enabler design. The vessel will be built by South Korea’s Hyundai Heavy Industries.
See the video below:
Posted on June 26, 2013, in MARINE VESSELS, ULSTEIN and tagged deepwater enabler, National Oilwell Varco, News, NOV, Offshore construction, Ulstein, Video, Well Intervention. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on VIDEO: Ulstein, NOV Present Next Generation Offshore Vessel.