Ullswater completes SURF project in Natuna field

Projects and Operations - October 31, 2012

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Hallin Marine has completed a subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines (SURF) project on the Natuna gas field in the Greater Sarawak Basin.

Valued at approximately US$3 million, the project centred on the deployment of Hallin's DP2 subsea vessel Ullswater to lay new underwater umbilicals. The project also included replacement and abandonment of existing system components as well as installation of new infrastructure.

"Completed in partnership with a major Indonesian contractor, the Natuna gas field project involves engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning," details Rik Zwinkels, Managing Director of Hallin's Singapore East Division.

"Ullswater's advanced technical facilities, including saturation diving equipment and in-house built CROVs, were put to full use. The scope of this SURF contract also includes project management and engineering.

 

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