Harkand to install jumper in North Sea

Offshore staff

LONDONHarkand will start work soon on a new dive support contract in the UK southern North Sea for an unnamed independent operator.

The contractor will use its DSV Harkand Atlantis to excavate and remove existing spools and install a flexible jumper at an open water, subsea well location. 

The company will also perform engineering work for a production tieback of a new subsea well at another location.

Earlier this year, Harkand completed a multi-well fault-finding campaign across the same operator’s subsea assets off Humberside, eastern England.

11/20/2014

Harkand Atlantis

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