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    Halliburton brings Subsea Viking to Gulf of Mexico

    News // February 15, 2002
    Halliburton Subsea, a business unit of Halliburton's Energy Services Group, has announced that it is deploying the multi-purpose support vessel Subsea Viking to the Gulf of Mexico on a long term basis.

    The vessel, which arrived in US waters in early February, will be available for a wide variety of field development and maintenance tasks including, flexible flowline and umbilical lay, manifold and template installation, remotely operating vehicle (ROV)and survey work and other subsea intervention operations.

    The 340ft vessel is particularly suitable for supporting deepwater operations. Key features include a 100t heave compensated crane, a 1,200t capacity below deck carousel, twin 10,000ft rated Work Class ROVs and 12,400 square feet of working deck.

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