Maersk Supply wins FPSO mooring job in Gulf of Guinea

first_imgMaersk Supply Service has been selected to deliver an integrated FPSO mooring installation and replacement solution for an unnamed American oil major in the Gulf of Guinea. Maersk Achiever; Source: MSSMaersk Supply Service will provide the full work scope from project management to execution, the company said on Thursday.Responsibilities undertaken as part of the project include engineering, procurement, transportation of mooring equipment, safety management and offshore execution using four of Maersk Supply Service’s large anchor handling vessels as well as ROV and survey services.Maersk Supply Service has partnered with InterMoor, who will support the project with its expertise within engineering, design and offshore execution of mooring system operations.CEO Steen S. Karstensen said: “With this major contract, we add both a new customer and a new country to our track record of providing integrated solutions. While we have supported this customer with marine services in the past, we are pleased that they recognize our expanded capabilities and have shown their trust in Maersk Supply Service to deliver on this complex scope of work. As the project lead of this FPSO mooring installation, we look forward to further strengthening our position in the market as a preferred solutions provider.”The project will be led from Maersk Supply Service’s office in Aberdeen, with an integrated project team supporting from Houston. The planning and engineering work starts immediately, with offshore execution expected to take place during 4Q 2019.Head of Integrated Solutions, Olivier Trouvé, said: “Our goal is to take a collaborative approach that reduces risk and minimizes interfaces for our customers. Africa is a key region for Maersk Supply Service’s integrated solutions offerings and we look forward to demonstrating how our versatile assets, marine expertise, project management and engineering capabilities delivers exactly this.”Spotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email. Offshore Energy Today, established in 2010, is read by over 10,000 industry professionals daily. We had nearly 9 million page views in 2018, with 2.4 million new users. This makes us one of the world’s most attractive online platforms in the space of offshore oil and gas and allows our partners to get maximum exposure for their online campaigns. If you’re interested in showcasing your company, product or technology on Offshore Energy Today contact our marketing manager Mirza Duran for advertising options.last_img read more

Gyan, Wakaso join Annan and Yiadom on injury list

first_imgThe injury crisis in the Black Stars team continues as Mubarak Wakaso and Asamoah Gyan again visit the treatment room.The two players picked up minor injuries in the first match against DR Congo and passed the fitness test for yesterday’s clash with Mali.But team doctor, Baba Adams has confirmed midfielder Mubarak Wakaso will undergo an MRI scan today to ascertain the state of the injury to his knee.Wakaso who scored Ghana’s goal from the spot against Mali was carried off in the second half.He did not train with his colleagues this morning and was joined by captain, Asamoah Gyan, Anthony Annan and Richmond Boakye Yiadom on the sidelines at Nelson Mandela Municipal University.Gyan was rested as a precautionary measure after picking up some knocks. Both Annan and Boakye Yiadom are still recovering from injuries. Both Annan and Boakye Yiadom are recovering from injuries.“Annan will rest for two days and Boakye-Yiadom for three days after which they will be examined again and when found fit, they will resume training,” team doctor, Baba Adams told the official website of the Ghana FA.last_img read more