BP’s Juniper mooring and foundation installation complete

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – InterMoor has completed mooring and foundation installation for bpTT’s Juniper gas project offshore Trinidad and Tobago.

InterMoor provided engineering and design and performed configuration studies as part of the mooring analysis. The company designed and fabricated eight piles (4 ft in diameter by 128 ft long, or 1.2 m by 39 m) at its facility in Morgan City, Louisiana, and provided offshore project management services for the mooring preset campaign. This included installing the driven piles using H-Links and 1,000 ft (304.8 m) of ground chain per leg from the Boa Deep C construction vessel.

During the installation, InterMoor’s sister group company MENCK provided the hydraulic hammer. The company’s locations in Aberdeen and Stavanger, Norway; Morgan City; and Houston contributed to the project.


InterMoor has installed the piles for the Juniper project.
InterMoor has installed the piles for the Juniper project. (Photo courtesy InterMoor)

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