JSP2 - Follow the voyage
Follow the impressive operation of moving the giant Johan Sverdrup P2 MFS module by sea from Thailand to Norway.
News from the voyage
Sail away from Thailand
At 12.20 local time, the module started its long journey from Laem Chabang yard in Thailand to Gismarvik outside of Haugesund, Norway.Read more
Terje Thorsen, one of our guys on board, has sent us this picture.
Passing the Strait of Malacca
We have now successfully passed the Strait of Malacca and are heading for the open Indian Ocean and Bay of Bengal.Read more
Passing Sri Lanka
Dolphins in the horizonRead more
The Gulf of Aden
Exciting days lie aheadRead more
Entering the Mediterranean Sea
We're done with Suez and are at the moment positioned east of Sicily.Read more
Bay of Biscay
We had large swells so it was a lot of rockingRead more
Arriving in Gismarvik
The MSF module will be merged with the two remaining modules, UPM and HVDC, into one platform for the Johan Sverdrup oil field. This spectacular lifting operation will be performed by the world’s largest crane vessel, Sleipnir. The complete platform is scheduled for final delivery to client Equinor during spring 2022.