Petrojarl I is expected to arrive at the yard by the end of August and to remain docked for approx. one month. During this time, Aibel will prepare the FPSO for redeployment at the Atlanta field offshore Brazil later this autumn. The scope includes commissioning and reactivation.
“This will be a demanding project, but we will benefit from solid expertise and our experiences with similar assignments like the Glen Lyon and Petrojarl Knarr FPSOs. Our track record makes us confident that we will complete this project with great success,” says EVP Modifications and Yard services with Aibel, Bjørn Tollefsen.
The project takes place at the same time as the Johan Sverdrup Drilling Platform deck is being assembled in Klosterfjorden – and thus has a break of activities in Haugesund.
“In other words, the assignment for Teekay will ensure full activity at the yard also throughout September,” Tollefsen points out.
Aibel’s project manager, Håkon Falnes, is looking forward to the cooperation with Teekay.
“We will have a close collaboration with the client throughout the entire project to ensure that the FPSO meets the planned start-up date,” he says.
Published 21 August 2017