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The Deep Blue is the market leading deepwater pipelay and subsea construction vessel. She utilises the reel-lay and J-lay pipelay methods to install all types of flexible and rigid pipe and umbilicals, and can lay umbilicals and flexibles from her below-deck carousels. Technip's flagship vessel has an excellent track record including many industry firsts and supports subsea developments in water depths up to 3,000 m.
www.ship-technology.com Castorone is an ice-class pipe laying vessel (PLV) being built for Saipem, a subsidiary of Italian energy company Eni. In her first job, the new vessel will be used to perform marine activities for the development of the Jack and Saint Malo (JSM) fields in the US Gulf of Mexico. She will be deployed in the first quarter of 2013 to transport and install a crude oil export pipeline. In March 2011, Keppel Shipyard, a subsidiary of Keppel Offshore & Marine, was contracted for the completion of the Castorone. The project is being jointly undertaken by Keppel Shipyard and its sister company Keppel Singmarine. The two companies are responsible for detailed engineering, fabricating marine systems and outfitting, and installation and integration of marine and pipe laying eq...
The Lewek Constellation, the latest addition to our world-class fleet of pipelay and construction vessels, is designed to deliver complex projects in a safe, efficient and reliable manner in water depths exceeding 3,000 metres. The Lewek Constellation is an ice classed, DP3, multi-lay vessel with heavy lift capabilities. It has superior maneuverability and a high transit speed with a multi-lay system that can support both rigid and non-rigid pipelines. The vessel is has a 3000MT heavy lift crane. The vessel is expected to be completed late 2013 for work in early 2014. S P E C I F I C ATIONS LENGTH 178.0 m BREADTH 46.0 m DECK AREA 4,200.0 m2 without reels DP Dynpos Autro (DP3) CRANES 1 x 3,000 mt Huisman Offshore Mast Crane PIPE LAY TYPE Rigid and Flex Systems, through moonpool PIPE LAY CAP...
Self-propellered Modular Pipe Lay Vessel 7310 for pipe-laying purposes in inland waterways. This barge consists of modules which can be combined with each other and other equipment to create customised solutions. Discover more: http://products.damen.com/en/ranges/modular-pipe-lay-vessel/modular-pipe-lay-vessel-7310
This one has had at least one other name, And she way black most of her life. The thing that I don't like right off the start is 4 man rooms, That should be illegal IMO, Its not 1960 anymore, 2 man rooms is the norm in most of the world now, 1 guy on days and one guy on nights, You never see you room mate. http://sapurakencana.com/ckfinder/userfiles/files/SapuraKencana%202000.pdf
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/
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
Find out about Subsea 7’s reel-lay capability – a cost-effective pipelay method for installation of flexible and rigid subsea pipelines.
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
Castorone is an ice-class pipe laying vessel (PLV) being built for Saipem, a subsidiary of Italian energy company Eni. In her first job, the new vessel will be used to perform marine activities for the development of the Jack and Saint Malo (JSM) fields in the US Gulf of Mexico. She will be deployed in the first quarter of 2013 to transport and install a crude oil export pipeline. In March 2011, Keppel Shipyard, a subsidiary of Keppel Offshore & Marine, was contracted for the completion of the Castorone. The project is being jointly undertaken by Keppel Shipyard and its sister company Keppel Singmarine. The two companies are responsible for detailed engineering, fabricating marine systems and outfitting, and installation and integration of marine and pipe laying equipment. They are also ...
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
Watch this informative video charting the construction of this world class pipelay / heavy lift strategic enabler vessel.
In February 2011, the world's largest pipelay vessel, Allseas' Solitaire, completed its work on Line 1 of the Nord Stream Pipeline on schedule. While working in Finnish waters, the vessel received pipe shipments from marshalling yards in Hanko and Kotka. For more information, please visit our website at http://www.nord-stream.com
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
A schedule animation showing the withdrawal of an accommodation barge before the arrival of the pipe lay barge, pipeline initiation and simplified anchor handling operations
Conceptual video showing the installation of a pipeline between two platforms
The old KP1 gets a new life in Malaysia, This thing might be the ugliest thing on the water right now.