Det norske commissions mooring support at Ivar Aasen offshore Norway

Offshore staff

STRAUME, NorwayDet norske oljeselskap has contracted Global Maritime Deep Sea Mooring to support operations at the Ivar Aasen field in the Norwegian North Sea.

The scope includes assistance to the semisubmersible accommodation vessel Safe Zephyrus and the jackup drilling rig Maersk Interceptor.

Deep Sea Mooring, which has already installed the pre-lay system for the Safe Zephyrus, will provide mooring and pre-lay equipment; offshore personnel; mobilization and demobilization services; and operational planning.

The vessel is due to remain at the field until the end of January, with an option to extend until June 2017.

Twelve mooring lines have been pre-laid with the configuration comprising fiber rope inserts, subsurface buoyancy units, chains, wires, and GM Vryhof Stevpris MK6 anchors.

Det norske oljeselskap will also use Deep Sea Mooring’s radio-frequency identification system to ensure tracking and documentation of all delivered and certified equipment via hand-held devices.

09/28/2016

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