Pipelay proceeds from offshore Myanmar gas field

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – Pipelay is under way offshore Myanmar to take natural gas 230 km (143 mi) from Zawtika field to shore. The field is operated by PTTEP International.

Installation of the line is being supported by Hallin Marine’s Penrith DP-2 offshore support vessel with third-party work-class ROV.

The ROV will check free spans, and those exceeding specification will be infilled with grout.

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