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Location: Abu Dhabi
Type of personnel: Rigger, Rigger Foreman, Banksman, Crane Operator
Support: Barge: Asian Hercules III
Date: 2017


    General deck work and preparations for lifting and installing of three jackets - GTP, SP and AP in NASR field

General Deck:
Daily operation meetings
Tool Box Talks
Installing of boat landings
Installing of Yokohama’s (Fenders)
Installing of gangway’s
Mooring operations of HTV and Spacer Barge
Spooling winch operations for Gravity anchors of floating lines
Assist in deploying of Wave-riding buoy
Connecting and winch operations for all steering lines
Capture and supply rigging equipment to all AHT’s and HTV’s vessels
Launching of work boat for crew transfers and during lifting operations
Connecting of slings to Jib and A-frame hooks for lift of Jackets
Installing of recovery buoys on lifting slings
Forklift operations on quayside and AH III deck before departure to NASR field
Crane operations in port and in field


    The Nasr Phase II Full Field Development Project, aimed at increasing the field’s oil production capacity to 65,000 barrels per day (bpd) from the existing capacity of 22,000bpd, is underway and is expected to conclude in the first half of 2019.
    The Nasr field development forms part of Adma-Opco’s overall plan to fast track the development of its new fields including Satah Al Razboot (SARB) and Umm Lulu, and increase the company’s production capacity by an additional 270,000bpd.
    The Nasr Phase II Full Field Development Project is being implemented under three separate engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) packages.

HVDC DolWin 3

Location: South-western part of the German North Sea
Type of personnel: Rigger, Marine Superintendent, Deck Foreman (16 people)
Support: Offshore wind farms
Date: 2017


    .Installation of an electrical substation (built on a platform)
    .Assistance for tow and float over of platform


    The Dolwin3 project establishes a 900 megawatt (MW) direct current (DC) grid connection for wind farms in the south-western part of the German North Sea.
    DolWin3 is the third grid connection project in the DolWin cluster. A high-voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission system line connects the offshore converter platform DolWin gamma with the corresponding onshore converter station in Dörpen/West.
    The offshore converter station is used to convert the alternating current (AC) generated by the connected wind farms into DC. The DC power runs via subsea and land cables to the converter station onshore, where it is re-converted into AC. This is also the grid junction point which makes the connection to the German transmission grid. The connection is expected to be completed in 2018.


Location: UK (sector of the North Sea)
Type of personnel: Deck Foreman + RAT + Rigger
Support: FPSO (Armada Kraken)
Date: 2016


    Rigging operations on the Boa Sub C for the hook-up of the Armada Kraken FPSO with regards to the following operations:
    .Mobilization of project equipment on Boa Sub C
    .Survey of submerged turret buoy
    .Marine growth cleaning of submerged turret buoy
    .Ballasting operations on submerged turret buoy
    .Installation of pick-up rigging on submerged turret buoy
    .Transfer of pick-up rigging to FPSO
    .Recovery and sea-fastening of 24t moon-pool seal plug
    .Demobilization of project equipment on Boa Sub C

    Kraken is one of the biggest subsea heavy-oil field projects in the UK sector of the North Sea. The field lies at a water depth of 120m in the East Shetland basin, which is located 125km away from Noss. The Kraken FPSO vessel is able to handle a peak fluid rate of 460,000 barrels per day (bpd) and 80,000 barrels of oil per day (bopd), 275,000 bpd of water injection, 20 million standard cubic feet (MMscf) of gas handling and has a storage capacity of 600,000 barrels. The FPSO left Keppel Offshore & Marine’s Singapore shipyard in October 2016 and headed to deepwater anchorage to undertake commissioning work.

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