Heerema Fabrication Group awarded Statoil Valemon Jacket LOI

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The largest jacket ever to be constructed at HFG’s Vlissingen fabrication facility

Heerema Vlissingen, one of the three fabrication locations of Heerema Fabrication Group (HFG), has been awarded a letter of intent for the EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) of the approximately 9,200 tonnes Valemon jacket destined for the Statoil Valemon gasfield on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

The approximately 9,200 tonnes Valemon jacket will be fabricated at HFG’s Vlissingen yard in the Netherlands with a planned delivery in May 2012. The jacket will be approximately 157 meters tall with a footprint of 45 x 45 meters and a top of 26 x 30 meters. A letter of intent for the transport and installation of the jacket has been awarded to our sister division Heerema Marine Contractors. The jacket will be installed in a water depth of approximately 135 meters. Valemon is a gas and condensate field between Kvitebjørn and Gullfaks South in the Norwegian North Sea, about 160 kilometres west of Bergen, Norway.

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