Delmar to install subsea trees for Tamar fieldProjects and Operations // November 1, 2011
Delmar Systems has been awarded a contract by Noble Energy to install five subsea trees in the Tamar gas field using a Heave Compensated Landing System (HCLS). The field lies off the coast of Israel in the Mediterranean Sea.
The subsea trees will be installed in the Matan block in a water depth of approximately 5,500ft. Delmar will be working with the Transocean Sedco Express semi-submersible rig for tree installation operations.
The Tamar gas field is one of the largest finds ever discovered in the Mediterranean Sea and is one of the largest discoveries in the history of Noble Energy.
"The HCLS provides for a safe, efficient, and cost-effective method for subsea component
installation," said Delmar Systems, which has used the patented technology to install a variety of different components ranging from construction to field maintenance activities.