Lukoil takes on Bumi ice-class vessels

July 20, 2016

Russia's LUKOIL-Nizhnevolzhskneft has taken into service, from contractor Bumi Armada Berhad, three ice-class vessels for use on its Vladimir Filanovsky field in the Caspian Sea.

Bumi Naryan-Mar is a standby/rescue vessel equipped with oil spill response equipment and fire fighting system, which can take up to 125 people on board during rescue operations.

Supply vessels Bumi Uray and Bumi Pokachi will deliver cargo and personnel as well as remove industrial and household waste from the platforms as part of LUKOIL's commitment to the zero discharge principle.

Technical characteristics of the vessels allow them passing through the Volga-Caspian canal and their ice-class makes them suitable for year-round operation.



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