Sea Trucks to install, decommission pipelines offshore Argentina

Offshore staff

ROTTERDAM, the Netherlands – Enap Sipetrol Argentina has contracted Sea Trucks for pipelay construction for the PIAM project on the Magallanes field offshore Argentina.

The work scope covers engineering, project management, and installation of three pipelines in diameters from 6- to 14-in.

It also includes one shore approach, installation of tie-in spools and risers, abandonment of two existing lines and recovery of flexibles. Water depths in the field are up to 70 m (229 ft).

Sea Trucks’ DP-3 vessel Jascon 34 will perform the pipelay and provide accommodation under a separate contract. Offshore activities are due to start in 4Q.


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Sea Trucks’ DP-3 vessel Jascon 34 will perform the pipelay and provide accommodation offshore Argentina. (Photo courtesy Sea Trucks)

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