Successful load out and sail away of Oyot A equipment

Offshore staff  

LAGOS, Nigeria – Aveon Offshore has completed manufacture and load out of the Oyot A jacket and piles for Phase 1 of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corp./Mobil Producing Nigeria joint venture offshore satellite field development project in OML 67 and 70.

Construction of the 340-ton (308-metric ton) jacket and 270-ton (245-metric ton) piles took place at Aveon Offshore's 240,000-sq m (2.6 million-sq ft) yard in Rumuolumeni near Port Harcourt, and generated more than 155,000 man-hours of work.

On April 10, the transport barge sailed away with the equipment.

5/10/2012

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