Clough starts Natuna Sea repairs

Offshore staff

PERTH, Australia -- ConocoPhillips has contracted Australian engineering group Clough and its partner PT Advanced Offshore Services for remedial work at a complex in the Natuna Sea, off Indonesia.

The program, in water depths of around 90 m (295 ft), encompasses a mooring buoy, mooring chains, risers, and umbilicals.

The diver-assisted operations will be performed from Clough’s derrick lay barge Java Constructor. Preparatory work and offshore mobilization is underway.

02/03/2011

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