Hallin starts work on Indonesian IMR projectProjects and Operations // November 4, 2011
Hallin Marine has announced the commencement of a new inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) project offshore North West Java, Indonesia.
“This is a contract from one of the region’s largest energy companies,” said Rik Zwinkels, Managing Director of Hallin’s Singapore-based East Division.
“The contract includes air and saturation diving, ROV activities for Inspection repair and maintenance of underwater oil and gas extraction infrastructure. It was awarded on the basis of our proven reputation as a full-service international offshore support company.”
Hallin’s subsea operations vessel Ullswater is being deployed as the centre of operations for an anticipated three-month project for 2011. The contract scope allows for a second campaign to start in the second quarter of 2012.
Fully equipped for wellhead servicing, inspection and construction diving with remotely-operated vehicle support, the 78m vessel incorporates a 15-man saturation diving system capable of operating at 200ms depth plus a three-man moonpool-launched diving bell.
Ullswater is fully equipped to accommodate 120 personnel and has a 22m diameter helideck for fast transfer of crew and operating staff.
Also active on the project will be the 65.5m multipurpose subsea vessel Kendal, which recently joined the Hallin fleet. Kendal is equipped with two TMS inspection class ROVs and an air diving system, and is supported by the project team from Hallin’s office in Jakarta.