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Ron H
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Re: Offshore

Bericht door Ron H » 15 jun 2019 15:02

Momenteel is Kristiansand, tussen verschillende verwijderingsprojecten en het langlopende Nordstream2 project, een goede tussenhalte voor ombouw. Veel plaats, beschut, op de route en plek voor assisterende vessels.
Maar of de PS ooit nog eens iets in de Oostzee te zoeken heeft ???? En dan zal Rtd, of eerder Stavanger/ Stord/ Trondheim, eerder op de route liggen.
Als we eens wisten, wat we allemaal wisten.


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Re: Offshore

Bericht door Jancorjoh » 15 jun 2019 19:57

Ron H schreef:
15 jun 2019 15:02
Momenteel is Kristiansand, tussen verschillende verwijderingsprojecten en het langlopende Nordstream2 project, een goede tussenhalte voor ombouw. Veel plaats, beschut, op de route en plek voor assisterende vessels.
Maar of de PS ooit nog eens iets in de Oostzee te zoeken heeft ???? En dan zal Rtd, of eerder Stavanger/ Stord/ Trondheim, eerder op de route liggen.
Zal weinig uitmaken denk ik. Kristiansand ligt ook aan de Noordzee, en maar een 145 zeemijlen zuidoost van Stavanger.

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Re: Offshore

Bericht door Sparks316 » 15 jun 2019 20:41

Jancorjoh schreef:
15 jun 2019 19:57
Zal weinig uitmaken denk ik. Kristiansand ligt ook aan de Noordzee, en maar een 145 zeemijlen zuidoost van Stavanger.
Ik denk dat het veel uitmaakt. Het gaat niet alleen om afstand, het gaat om veel meer. Waar zal het meeste werk liggen? Ik denk noordwestelijk van Stavanger. Waar kan je dan terecht? Een vissershaventje met nul faciliteiten? Je zult beschutting moeten hebben, redelijk diep water want PS zal vaak heen en weer moeten om die grote zooi die ze zelf aan dek nemen, weer kwijt te kunnen. Dan moeten er faciliteiten zijn om die "zooi" verder af te werken. Noordelijker zijn er wel havens maar hoe zit het met de gemiddelde weersomstandigheden? Het moet ook nog werkbaar weer zijn, liefst zoveel mogelijk. Allemaal faktoren die meespelen, want w.o.w. daar zit niemand op te wachten.
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roy
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Re: Offshore

Bericht door roy » 15 jun 2019 22:11

Net iets ten zuiden van Stavanger ligt de haven / baai Tananger. Daar ben ik zowel met Shell Tankers als Smit Lloyd geweest.
Nu weet ik niet meer hoe groot de haven ingang is, of hoe diep het er is, maar je ligt er wel lekker voor shelter. :idea: :wink:

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Re: Offshore

Bericht door Otter » 15 jun 2019 23:24

Voor de PS zijn al specialen bakken gemaakt om de lading op zee over te nemen en aan land te brengen dan behoef hij zelf niet naar binnen!
Wie onder weg is, vorderd

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Re: Offshore

Bericht door Joost.R » 17 jun 2019 20:14

Pioneering Spirit removes Valhall QP topsides.

3800 t topsides lift is the lightest yet by Pioneering Spirit
Successful lift demonstrates the vessel’s versatility
QP platform removal is the first job for Allseas under the frame agreement with Aker BP
Pioneering Spirit has safely removed the QP accommodation platform topsides and connecting bridge from the Aker BP-operated Valhall field in the southern Norwegian North Sea. Weighing only 3800 t, the QP topsides is the lightest that Allseas’ record-breaking vessel has lifted to date.
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The successful lift further demonstrated the workability and versatility of the world’s largest construction vessel.
Executed in the morning of Friday 14 June, the single-lift operation took 2 hours to complete from positioning Pioneering Spirit around the platform to the moment of the lift. The actual “fast lift” of the topsides took only 9 seconds.
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The 109 t bridge connecting the QP topsides to the neighbouring drilling platform was removed using one of the vessel’s cranes on Tuesday 11 June.

Removal of the QP topsides is the first job for Pioneering Spirit under the frame agreement which Allseas signed with Aker BP in 2017 to provide transport, installation and removal services for the Valhall oil field. The Valhall complex is located approximately 280 km off the Norwegian coast and comprises six steel, bridge-connected platforms that stand in 70 m of water. The QP topsides is the first of the original structures to be removed from the field centre as a key part of the modernising of the Valhall area.
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Today’s lift successfully concludes two years of engineering, planning and pre-lift preparations, which ended last month with the installation of lift rigging for the bridge and cutting of the platform legs. The castellated cut shape, combined with pre-installed custom made leg restraints, prevented any possible topsides movement prior to the lift.
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The QP topsides and bridge have since been sea-fastened on board Pioneering Spirit for transport to the Kvaerner AS disposal yard in Norway. The topsides will be transferred to a cargo barge at a sheltered location close to the yard for load-in to the quay for dismantling. The bridge, meanwhile, will be crane-lifted directly onto the quayside.
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Pioneering Spirit will return to the North Sea to remove the 24,800 t Brent Bravo topsides for Shell UK.
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Re: Offshore

Bericht door leo-shof » 24 jun 2019 16:52

Otter schreef:
15 jun 2019 23:24
Voor de PS zijn al specialen bakken gemaakt om de lading op zee over te nemen en aan land te brengen dan behoef hij zelf niet naar binnen!
Hij kan wel naar binnen ,maar hij kan zijn last niet op de kade zetten
Het slechtste wiel van de wagen kraakt het meest . :roll:

LEO

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Re: Offshore

Bericht door Joost.R » 24 jun 2019 23:53

Shell’s Brent Bravo topside arrives at UK port to be scrapped

Once again we have demonstrated that we are a world leader in the marine decommissioning industry which is set to grow rapidly in the years ahead"

That was how Peter Stephenson, founder and Executive Chairman of Able UK, described the successful arrival at Able Seaton Port of the giant 25,000 tonnes Brent Bravo oil rig platform in preparation for its dismantling and recycling.
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The Brent Bravo, which stands 410ft tall and 230ft wide, is the second platform from the Shell Brent field to be decommissioned at Able Seaton Port—the first, the Brent Delta, arrived in May 2017. Both were transported from north-east of Shetland by the Allseas Pioneering Spirit, one of the largest vessels ever built.

After arriving off the North East coast, the Brent Bravo was transferred to a 200-metre long barge, the Iron Lady, for the final part of the journey to Able Seaton Port where it is currently moored on Quay 6. Next week the final manoeuvre will see the platform ‘skidded’ on to the multi-million-pound demolition pad which forms part of what is probably the strongest quay in Europe.

Able invested £28million in constructing this new facility, including one of the strongest quays in Europe, to meet the requirements for handling the Brent platforms—and putting the company at the forefront of the growing demand for decommissioning platforms as they come to the end of their operational lives.

During 2020 Able Seaton Port will welcome a number of other new large-scale projects including the next element of the Shell project – the Brent Alpha – as well a series of platforms and structures from the ExxonMobil operated Sable Offshore Energy Project (SOEP) off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada.

Source: Able UK
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Re: Offshore

Bericht door Joost.R » 02 jul 2019 22:25

Heerema's Sleipnir Passes Sea Trials with Flying Colors

Sleipnir, Heerema Marine Contractor’s newest state-of-the-art semi-submersible crane vessel and the world's first LNG powered Construction Vessel, has successfully completed her sea trials and crane load tests.
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During Sleipnir’s sea trials all major systems performed according to specifications or even better:

Sleipnir’s speed was tested and when fully deploying all eight thrusters, a speed was reached of 12.2 knots, approximately 22.6 km per hour, significantly reducing Sleipnir’s transit time to projects around the world.

The vessel’s two 10,000-tonne revolving cranes which can lift loads of up to 20,000 tonnes in tandem, were also put to the test. Being the largest crane vessel in the world, Sleipnir can lift huge loads and the tests showed she can easily meet the cranes’ specifications. Operational tests were carried out successfully with loads of 11,000 tonnes per crane (110% of its capacity) and the cranes passed the tests with flying colors.

The Dynamic Positioning system performed even better than the specifications and the system can keep Sleipnir stationary within the footprint of a garden tile of 30 x 30 cm during operational work.

Sleipnir will soon commence its maiden voyage to southern Spain where it will be prepared for its first installation project in the Mediterranean.

Source: Heerema
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Re: Offshore

Bericht door leo-shof » 03 jul 2019 10:57

Dit is waar het ook om gaat
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Het slechtste wiel van de wagen kraakt het meest . :roll:

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Re: Offshore

Bericht door leo-shof » 03 jul 2019 16:48

In NPO Nieuwsuur van 2 juli https://www.npostart.nl/nieuwsuur/02-07 ... ON_1303183
Over de verwijdering van platforms in de Noordzee op 32.30 minuten
Het slechtste wiel van de wagen kraakt het meest . :roll:

LEO

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Re: Offshore

Bericht door Joost.R » 04 jul 2019 21:16

Prosafe Announces Delivery of Safe Eurus

Prosafe has today, 4 July 2019, taken delivery of the Safe Eurus,
an advanced and flexible vessel for worldwide operations excluding Norway.
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The Safe Eurus will shortly begin mobilization to Brazil for the commencement of its three-year contract for Petrobras.

Prosafe is a leading owner and operator of semi-submersible accommodation vessels.
The Company is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange with ticker code PRS.

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Re: Offshore

Bericht door leo-shof » 04 jul 2019 23:07

https://www.nieuwsbladtransport.nl/

lees het artikel over Allseas
Het slechtste wiel van de wagen kraakt het meest . :roll:

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Re: Offshore

Bericht door Joost.R » 11 jul 2019 20:02

First LNG Bunkering by Coral Fraseri on Maiden Voyage Heerema’s Sleipnir

This week, Heerema’s newest vessel Sleipnir will begin her maiden voyage.
Sleipnir is designed to work on large offshore projects such as installing and removing jackets, topsides, deep-water foundations, moorings and other offshore structures, such as windmills. This unique vessel is the largest crane vessel yet built. It has the strongest pair of revolving cranes and also is the world’s first crane vessel with dual-fuel engines running on MGO and LNG, dramatically reducing harmful emissions.
Sleipnir, the world’s largest and strongest semi-submersible crane vessel (SSCV) was built in Singapore and will set course for Spain. The trip will take about 45 days.
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The last two days bunkering of LNG took place 12 miles off the coast of Indonesia. Since LNG is not yet obtainable worldwide, Heerema is the first to perform an LNG bunkering in this area of the world. Heerema has selected Dutch company Titan LNG to help in this undertaking. Titan LNG has chartered a ship commercially managed by Anthony Veder, also Dutch, thus resulting in a unique Dutch cooperation.

Koos-Jan van Brouwershaven, CEO Heerema: “Not only is Sleipnir the world’s largest and strongest vessel, it is also first of its kind as far as sustainability goes. We are making offshore history. No other vessel has such numerous features. Our LED lights and shore power electricity are only a few examples of Heerema’s ambition in this area. Sustainability is an integral part of HMC's identity, embedded in our daily work practices. But we intend to do far more than that. Sleipnirs’ design clearly showcases Heerema’s dedication to sustainability beyond simply compliance. It shows that we act sustainable because we want to. Not because we have to. This specific project of bunkering LNG is proof of this ambition. We are very pleased to work together with Dutch Company Titan LNG, since it provided us with good solutions for bunkering, in Singapore as well as in Spain. The involvement of a second Dutch company, Anthony Veder, makes this maiden voyage extra special”.

“I’m extremely proud of the Titan team that has successfully completed the largest LNG bunkering in the World”, said Niels den Nijs, CEO Titan LNG. “It was a complex project to supply this eight-legged innovative crane vessel, the Sleipnir.

I’d like to thank Pavilion Gas and SLNG for the support in Singapore and Anthony Veder, our shipping partners, that completed this Dutch-Singaporean project. Titan LNG looks forward to supplying Heerema with more LNG in the future to fulfil our mission of lowering harmful emissions of the marine and industrial sector.”

Jan Valkier, CEO of Anthony Veder says: “We are excited by serving Heerema’s Sleipnir with this LNG bunkering operation, in cooperation with Titan LNG, and look forward to many more. Shortly after adding Coral Fraseri to our fleet we have already mobilized her in the small scale LNG market, which underlines our strong position and commitment in supplying the maritime industry worldwide sustainable solutions for LNG as marine fuel.”

Sleipnir will now set sail for Spain, rounding South Africa’s Cape of Good Hope. In the Mediterranean, Titan LNG will again supply the Sleipnir using the Coral Fraseri that will pass through the Suez Canal.

Source: Heerema
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Re: Offshore

Bericht door leo-shof » 06 sep 2019 20:34

Een tussen stop in Algeciras
voor een crew wissel en bunkeren

https://youtu.be/jq5oNifR9wQ
Het slechtste wiel van de wagen kraakt het meest . :roll:

LEO

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Re: Offshore

Bericht door roy » 06 sep 2019 21:02

Zeer indrukwekkend Leo !.
( Zoals gewoonlijk natuurlijk ).

m.v.g., Roy
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