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Video shot on board pipelaying vessel Lewek Champion. Showing the process of laying sub sea pipeline in what is known as S lay techique. It follows one piece of pipe all the way from the deck to the sea. I did not make this video, This video is posted on behalf of the owner.
Nice TimeLapse movie about the pipelay proces onboard Allseas pipelay vessel Audacia. Made with my GoPro.
Virtual tour on a J-Lay pipelaying barge
This video is about Solitaire, The largest pipe lay vessel from the Allseas company Solitaire is one of the largest pipelay vessels in the world and has set new standards in the pipelay industry. The vessel has been operational since 1998 and has since steadily improved her performance http://allseas.com/equipment/solitaire/
McDermott Lay Vessel North Ocean 105 is designed for advanced, deepwater offshore operations. Outfitted with state-of-the-art marine construction equipment, "105" can install a variety of infrastructure: rigid-reeled pipelines, subsea components and hardware, as well as flexible products. The rigid-reeled pipelay system with top-tier payload capacity enables subsea installation up to 10,000 feet.
Watch this informative video charting the construction of this world class pipelay / heavy lift strategic enabler vessel.
http://allseas.com/equipment/solitaire/ http://www.parool.nl/amsterdam/megaschip-komt-aan-in-amsterdamse-amerikahaven~a4253975/ Tonnage: 59193 Length: 300 m (984 ft) ex stinger 397 m(1302ft) including stinger Beam: 40.6 m (133.2 ft) Draught: 17.62 m Depth: 24.00 m Speed: 14.5 kn Crew: 420
As the world’s first pipelay vessel to operate on full dynamic positioning when she was launched in 1986, Lorelay represented a new generation of offshore pipelaying vessel. Her ship-shape allows for a high transit speed, while a large pipe storage capacity means she is less dependent on offshore pipe supply. Lorelay can position precisely and safely in congested areas and lap pipes in very deep water. Lorelay has laid many deepwater steel pipelines; in 1996 she set a new record for deepwater pipeline installation, laying a steel pipe to a depth of 1645 m (5400 ft) in the Gulf of Mexico. SOURCE: Allseas
Drone: DJI Phantom 4 4K Yesterday we visited the biggest pipelay vessel in the world. Please leave a like and subscribe for more video's. Solitaire is one of the largest pipelay vessels in the world and has set new standards in the pipelay industry. The vessel has been operational since 1998 and has since steadily improved her performance. Based on the same principles as Lorelay her long length and ship-shape ensures excellent workability, and a pipe carrying capacity of 22,000 t makes her less dependent on offshore pipe supply in hostile areas. Precise manoeuvring on full dynamic positioning allows the vessel to work safely in congested areas. More info: http://allseas.com/equipment/solitaire/ Music: Kungs vs Cookin’ on 3 Burners - This Girl
A great part of the Greenstreem Project was carried out by Castoro Sei, one of the most advanced S-lay vessels. Close cooperation between the construction crews allowed this pipelines to be layed within designated corridor at water depth up to 1127 m establishing a new word record in S-lay mode and a new industry benchmark.
The Seven Oceans is a pipelay vessel with an advanced reeled pipelay system, capable of rigid and flexible pipelay, in water depths up to 3,000m
Ambassador Dan Shapiro visits the Solitaire vessel which is laying the pipeline for the Tamar gas field in the east basin of the Mediterranean. The "Solitaire" is the largest pipe-laying ship in the world at 300 meters long and 96,000 tones. When fully operational she has a crew of 420, a pipe carrying capacity of 22,000 tons and a pipe lay speed of more than 9 km a day.
The old way to lay Oil Pipes out in the desert 1910,Trailers being pulled by a steam engine,
To read more about Maersk Supply Service and its fleet visit: www.maersksupplyservice.com The supply vessel Mærsk Fetcher brings pipes to Solitaire, the world's largest pipelay vessel. The vessel is laying part of the Nord Stream pipeline in the Gulf of Finland and the Baltic Sea. The pipeline will provide Russian gas to 25 million households in Europe . Both vessels use dynamic positioning. Mærsk Fetcher is a part of Maersk Supply Service's fleet. The company is part of the A.P. Moller - Maersk Group and operates Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessels, Platform Supply Vessels, like the Mærsk Fetcher, Craned Offshore Support Vessels and Field and Subsea Support Vessels. The crew of Mærsk Fetcher is a mix of nationalities, including Danish, Polish, Russian and Ukranian. Solitaire is owned...
Scroll für Deutsch en Nederlands M.V. Solitaire arrives at the Port of Amsterdam for scheduled maintenance. She is the largest ship calling Amsterdam ever and one of the largest pipelay vessels in the world, Solitaire has set new standards in the pipelay industry. The vessel has been operational since 1998 and has since steadily improved her performance. Based on the same principles as Lorelay her long length and ship-shape ensures excellent workability, and a pipe carrying capacity of 22,000 t makes her less dependent on offshore pipe supply in hostile areas. Precise manoeuvring on full dynamic positioning (10 Azipods) allows the vessel to work safely in congested areas. Solitaire has laid numerous deepwater pipelines. In 2005 her S-lay capacity was increased to a holding force of 1050 ...
Currently, castorone is one of the largest vessel in the world with an overall length of 330 m, a moulded breadth of 39 m and an operating draught of 7 to 10 m, operating offshore and ready to take on the challenge in the deepest waters using the newest technology. Find out more about castorone: www.saipem.com
The Polar Onyx is a high-capacity new-built flexible pipelay and construction vessel designed to the highest standard for dynamic positioning, DP3 (Operations+), and equipped with a 250t AHC offshore crane and a 275t vertical lay system. Like the Ceona Amazon, it is capable of installing pipeline and umbilicals to water depths of 3,000m and is chartered for 5 years from GC Rieber Shipping, with option for 5 additional years. For more information, please visit: http://www.ceona-offshore.com/Fleet/Polar-Onyx.aspx
With vessels like the McDermott Lay Vessel North Ocean 105 we are meeting the growing demands of the challenging deepwater market. Through our specialist subsea engineering offices, fabrication facilities, spool base and growing fleet of vessels, we are advancing technology to the seafloor for subsea projects worldwide. The vessel set records installing rigid reel-lay pipe-in-pipe in Asia Pacific in more than 4,500 feet of water for one of the industry's most challenging deepwater projects.