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The Deep Blue is the market leading deepwater pipelay and subsea construction vessel. She utilises the reel-lay and J-lay pipelay methods to install all types of flexible and rigid pipe and umbilicals, and can lay umbilicals and flexibles from her below-deck carousels. Technip's flagship vessel has an excellent track record including many industry firsts and supports subsea developments in water depths up to 3,000 m.
The old KP1 gets a new life in Malaysia, This thing might be the ugliest thing on the water right now.
Watch this informative video charting the construction of this world class pipelay / heavy lift strategic enabler vessel.
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Conceptual video showing the installation of a pipeline between two platforms
McDermott Lay Vessel North Ocean 105 is designed for advanced, deepwater offshore operations. Outfitted with state-of-the-art marine construction equipment, "105" can install a variety of infrastructure: rigid-reeled pipelines, subsea components and hardware, as well as flexible products. The rigid-reeled pipelay system with top-tier payload capacity enables subsea installation up to 10,000 feet.
Video shot on board pipelaying vessel Lewek Champion. Showing the process of laying sub sea pipeline in what is known as S lay techique. It follows one piece of pipe all the way from the deck to the sea. I did not make this video, This video is posted on behalf of the owner.
The Lewek Constellation, the latest addition to our world-class fleet of pipelay and construction vessels, is designed to deliver complex projects in a safe, efficient and reliable manner in water depths exceeding 3,000 metres. The Lewek Constellation is an ice classed, DP3, multi-lay vessel with heavy lift capabilities. It has superior maneuverability and a high transit speed with a multi-lay system that can support both rigid and non-rigid pipelines. The vessel is has a 3000MT heavy lift crane. The vessel is expected to be completed late 2013 for work in early 2014. S P E C I F I C ATIONS LENGTH 178.0 m BREADTH 46.0 m DECK AREA 4,200.0 m2 without reels DP Dynpos Autro (DP3) CRANES 1 x 3,000 mt Huisman Offshore Mast Crane PIPE LAY TYPE Rigid and Flex Systems, through moonpool PIPE LAY CAP...
Full specification and contact details: https://www.apolloduck.com/z/357883 NB BUILDING ORDER 2000/3000 T DERRICK PIPELAY BARGE Flag:Pending Class:IACS Navigation area:Offshore Delivery time:16 months Builder:China shipyard Principal Dimensions and Characteristics Length of all:169.00 m Beam:46.00 m Molded Depth:13.50 m Molded Draft:7.00-9.00 m Gross tonnage:4100 t Generators Main generator:4 x 2,500 kw/440 v/60 Hz Emergency generator:1 x3 15 kw/440 v/60 Hz Pipelaying Equipment Pipe diameter: 6 to 60 inches Tensioners:2 x 100 t A& R winch:... read more at: https://www.apolloduck.com/z/357883
http://www.oceanicmc.com/ Oceanic 5000 is a DP2 Derrick Lay Vessel which can install offshore structures including jackets and topsides weighing up to 4400MT. The state-of-the-art Oceanic 5000 can also lay subsea pipelines utilizing her two double-joint stations resulting in considerable increase in lay rates. This video demonstrates installation of a 2000t jacket by launching method and a 1500t topside (deck) by lifting method. The entire pipe lay assembly process is carried out below the main working deck. This allows maximum pipe storage above deck and more free deck space for structural installation; thereby providing a safer and more productive working condition. The vessel is equipped with a specially-designed “piggy-back” system for the installation of carrier pipes to be simulta...
With vessels like the McDermott Lay Vessel North Ocean 105 we are meeting the growing demands of the challenging deepwater market. Through our specialist subsea engineering offices, fabrication facilities, spool base and growing fleet of vessels, we are advancing technology to the seafloor for subsea projects worldwide. The vessel set records installing rigid reel-lay pipe-in-pipe in Asia Pacific in more than 4,500 feet of water for one of the industry's most challenging deepwater projects.