PG provides marine tanks for new PSV

OE Staff
Thursday, August 1, 2013

Norway's PG Marine Group is to provide six of its PG-MACS tanks for a newbuild dual-fuel platform supply vessel (PSV).

The vessel, to be built at the Remontowa Shipyward, Romania, will be operated by Siem Offshore on long term charter to Norske Shell.

It will be a dual-fueled (LNG/diesel) large-size platform supply vessel and is due to start operations in Q1 2015, supporting offshore activities at, among others, the Draugen and Ormen Lange oil and gas fields.

The under-deck tank configuration will include systems for handling of drill cuttings, in addition to liquid and dry bulk. this will comprise six PG-MACS tanks, providing about 400cu m capacity, with full cargo flexibility for wet-, dry-bulk, drill cuttings, rig slops and recovered oil. 

In addition, PG will deliver conventional cargo systems, tank cleaning solutions, engine room and utility pumps and ballast water treatment systems.

There is an optional sister vessel, also covered by the agreements made with Remontowa. 

Categories: Activity Vessels Europe Hardware LNG

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