The Troll C platform on the Norwegian Continental Shelf has a new skyline! 🙌🏼 A new module of some 400-tonnes will receive more gas from the subsea field Fram close by and contribute to increased capacity and recovery for the rest of the fields lifetime. The module is delivered from Aibel AS in Haugesund, Norway and was installed by the heavy-lift vessel Thialf (from Heerema Marine Contractors).
This is a short film about the Prelude FLNG facilty located off the North West coast of Australia. The vision Shell had for Prelude is now a reality. Thank you to all our partners and businesses who support Prelude. This support allows us to power progress together, to create more and cleaner energy solutions. Content courtesy of Shell.
After producing for 43 years the Statfjord A platform will cease production in 2022. The topside will be dismantled and recycled at Stord, where it was built in the 70’s. Pioneering Spirit, the world’s largest heavy lift vessel will remove the topside in one single lift.
To celebrate Jumbo’s 50 Year Anniversary, they take a look back at the story so far. From their beginnings as pioneers swimming against the tide to 50 years later, still a world leader in heavy-lift transport and now a key player in offshore installation contracting, it’s been an extraordinary journey!
A vital link that will bring new gas to Australia’s east coast gas market was completed today and will begin commercial operations in less than a month. APGA Chief Executive Officer Steve Davies said pipeline owner and operator Jemena had provided local businesses with many opportunities during construction of the 622km Northern Gas Pipeline between Mount Isa and Tennant Creek. “Now towns, businesses and resource projects along the pipeline will
THE Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) has conducted the first real-world seismic experiment to determine the effects of marine noise on fish and pearl oysters. The experiment, using the seismic vessel the BGP Explorer, surveyed two sites off the northwest of Western Australia over ten days. The experiment, which has taken the collaborative efforts of more than 100 people 12 months to design and co-ordinate, could help to clarify
Watch subsea pipeline installation operations for Equinor’s Johan Sverdrup project off the coast of Norway.
The world’s deepest installation of a CAN-ductor (Conductor Anchor Node suction pile with integrated conductor) well foundation has been completed after being successfully recovered from from Woodside Energy’s Ferrand-1 deepwater exploration well in the Carnarvon Basin, offshore WA. This is Woodside Energy’s video on its Punch and Go exploration strategy.
THE world’s deepest installation of a CAN-ductor (Conductor Anchor Node suction pile with integrated conductor) well foundation has been completed after being successfully recovered from Woodside Energy’s Ferrand-1 deepwater exploration well in the Carnarvon Basin, offshore Western Australia. The CAN-ductor was designed, supplied, installed and recovered by a venture comprising Norwegian developers Neodrill AS and Australian offshore installation contractor ICON Engineering Pty Ltd using a Siem Offshore Anchor Handling Tug
The Equinor operated Mariner platform is the largest field development on the UK continental shelf in recent years. 800 people are working offshore on the the huge hook-up operation to prepare the platform for production.