EMAS AMC installs 50th platform for Chevron in Thailand

OE Staff
Tuesday, July 1, 2014

EMAS AMC, announced it has installed its 50th platform for Chevron in the Gulf of Thailand.

Under a multi-year contract that began in 2011, EMAS AMC has also successfully laid 376km of subsea pipes utilizing the construction vessel Lewek Champion, a DP2 rigid pipe laying vessel with heavy lift capabilities. Chevron has since extended the contract to 2015 with a further option thereafter.

In 2014, EMAS AMC is expected to install 25 pipelines and 10 platforms of which 15 and seven, respectively, have already been completed.

The Lewek Champion has, in addition, received several noteworthy HSE awards from Chevron during this campaign, one for zero recordable incidents in 2011, one for reliability and performance in 2011, and also the Outstanding Crew Award in 2011 and 2013. 

Categories: Equipment Vessels Drilling Engineering Subsea Asia Rigs Installation

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