Year

PROJECT REFERENCE

  • MUKTA B PLATFORM (INDIA)
    December 2014

    The contract comprises the provision of transportation and installation of jacket, topside and pipelines, including tie-ins, transportation and installation engineering, procurement and provision of riser clamps for risers at existing platforms, pre-commissioning and project management.

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  • AL WASIT - LTA Project (ME)
    October 2014

    Al Wasit project off the Saudi Arabian shores. This complex endeavor includes the design and construction of 12 wellheads, 2 tie-in and 1 injection platforms, a 260 km export trunkline offshore, a 120 km onshore pipeline,

    many service pipelines and cables, as well as the shore approaches. Due to the complex nature of the heavy lift, the length tolerance of the slings was very tight – only 2” allowed at the specified load. All slings met this stringat requirement and the lift was successfully completed. 

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  • Inpex Ichthys FPSO (Australia)
    July 2014

    “The FPSO is the facility that will be used for condensate dewatering, stabilisation, storage and export – so its importance cannot be overstated. 

    “With only a few years until first production, all of our major offshore facilities are taking shape.” 

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  • Clair Ridge Project (Scotland)
    June 2014

    The Clair Ridge project is the second phase of development of the Clair Field and will produce the reserves from the ridge area of the reservoir to the North-East of the initial Clair Phase 1 installation.

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  • Lewek Constellation, OFE-Hull 1002 Subsea Related equipment (AMC)
    May 2014

    Lewek Constellation, OFE-Hull 1002 Subsea Related equipment (AMC)

    KIMLock Cable Laid Slings

     

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  • Prelude Flng-1
    March 2014

    The Prelude FLNG project is scheduled to begin production in 2017. Located at the Prelude gas field, some 300 miles offshore of Western Australia, it will extract gas from a field estimated to contain approximately three trillion cubic feet and convert it to LNG.

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  • Clipper project
    January 2014

    The existing Clipper complex is located 113km north-northeast of Lowestoft, 73km from Bacton and 66km from the nearest point of the Norfolk Coast. The installation is a normally attended installation comprising of five fixed bridgelinked platforms; a wellhead platform (PW), a production platform (PT), a compression platform (PC), and a metering / compression platform (PM and a riser platform (PR)).

    The Clipper installation produces and processes natural gas from its own well and imports and processes gas from Barque PB & PL, Galleon PN & PG, Skiff PS, Cutter QC and Carrack QA.

    Shell U.L Limited will upgrade the accommodation on the Clipper complex by replacing the existing living quarters and helideck with a new PLQ platform, named PH, which will be bridge-linked to the PT Platform.

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