Seaway Heavy Lifting wins contract for Gullfaks gas compression unitProjects and Operations // June 13, 2013
Seaway Heavy Lifting has been awarded a contract by Subsea 7. The contract is part of Subsea 7’s main contract with Statoil for the Gullfaks Subsea Compression Project in Norway.
Seaway Heavy Lifting’s work scope includes transport and installation of a 500 tonne wet gas compression station and its 300 tonne protection structure.
The project will be executed in second quarter of 2015. The location is 15km south of the Gullfaks C platform.
The company's CEO, Jan Willem van der Graaf, said: "The crane vessel Oleg Strashnov is highly qualified for this job making optimum use of large deck space to transport the compression station and the protection structure. Installation will be done using dynamic positioning in a water depth of 140m."