TSmarine Lands Significant Contract in the Timor Sea

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TSmarine has secured a contract with Petroleum Development Consultants (PDC), which will see its vessel Havila Harmony assist in the installation of the Puffin Field Development in the Timor Sea.

The Havila Harmony which was delivered to the company in March 2007 on a long term charter agreement, will mobilise from Singapore, complete with a Triton XLS work class remotely operated vehicle (ROV), at the end of April 2007, with the scope of work set to last approximately 75 days. An interim mobilisation will enable a portable saturation diving spread to be mobilised to assist in the works

The subsea operations support services provider is tasked with installing a subsea manifold, flowlines/risers and an umbilical from the APL Submerged Turret Production buoy at the FPSO end to the subsea riser bases and manifold plus flowline and umbilical jumpers from the manifold to subsea trees.

A second TSmarine Triton XLS ROV, onboard a PDC chartered Anchor Handling Tug, will be used to assist in the installation of anchors, chains and mooring legs as well as connections to the APL buoy.

Alasdair Cowie, managing director of TSmarine, said: “We increased our presence in Australia last year by opening an office in Perth and it has proved a sound decision after being awarded this key contract with Petroleum Development Consultants.

“We already hold a contract in the Timor Sea with Woodside Energy Ltd and are looking forward to winning more business in the region. We see it is a location where our expertise and superior vessels can add competitive advantage to clients by delivering fit-for-purpose solutions in an effective and efficient manner.”

The contract location is the Timor Sea Australia (Block AC/PC22) approximately 700km west of Darwin in water depth between 80m and 120m.

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