Largest Module Totally Undertaken by COOEC in A EPCI Contract Was Successfully Loaded in the Largest

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2007-09-25

On Sep. 18, Bozhong (central platform) module, which is totally undertaken by COOEC in a EPCI contract, was steadily loaded on to the 221 launching barge in the largest Yard of Asian——Qingdao Fabrication Yard of COOEC after 10 hours' work.

Up till now, Bozhong 34-1CEPA module, which weighs over 9200 tons, is not only the largest module in the history of COOEC, but also the largest module in China's construction history of offshore platform.

The senior management, such as President, Executive President etc., of the company directed and supervised on the working spot. The leading group resolutely made this big decision to lade the barge ahead of the schedule with elaborate planning deliberating deployment and scientific arrangement. The staff members have made a concerted effort to accomplish the mission successfully avoid the negative effect on lading caused by bad weather.

The success in constructing, loading of this module is a milestone not only for COOEC but also for the field of offshore oil project in China. It has fully showed the comprehensive strength of COOEC in constructing and installing modules over 10,000 tons, and that COOEC has made an important step in developing both domestic market and international market.


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