Nigerdock Achieves One Million Man Hours

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Thursday, 2nd September 2010

Nigerdock has achieved the milestone of one million man hours of work for Total‘s Usan deepwater development project with zero lost time incident.

The Total Usan field is located about 100 kilometres offshore Nigeria in water depths up to 850 metres. The field development plan includes a floating production, storage and offloading vessel.

A statement issued by Nigerdock on Wednesday said that the company had fabricated structural steel components to be integrated into the Usan FPSO vessel.

”The award package includes the Riser I-tube supports, laydown module area, flare tower, riser protector structures, crew boat landing stairs, helideck structure, water caissons, mooring protection structures etc,”it said.

Nigerdock also fabricated 15 sets of pressure vessels for the Usan FPSO.

A total of 30,000 man hours was expended in the training of welders and fitters at Nigerdock‘s state-of-the-art training school and additional five trainee engineers were assigned by the NNPC-NCD to Nigerdock for a special on-the-job capacity building programme.

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