Tetney sea line maintenance project

Scope of works:

James Fisher Offshore (JFO) were contracted by Van Oord to provide a hold-back winch package on-board their pipe-lay barge. The Tetney sea line maintenance project involved the removal of an original feed pipeline and the installation of a new pipeline.

Following discussions with their project team, it became apparent that JFO could offer an integrated package to include its 1950Te hydraulic shear - ‘Tiny’.

Tiny was used to cut the original 36” pipeline which had additional concrete coating measuring up to 4” thick.

Scope of supply:

Beach scope

Barge scope

  • 1 x HGG37 hydraulic winch
  • Electric HPU
  • Running line monitor
  • Offshore technicians

Due to the tidal location, JFO had to ensure quick deployment and efficient performance of 'Tiny' given the small operational window.

JFO demonstrated that with close client interaction it can provide a complete integrated solution for any project requirement.

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