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Allseas has released footage of its giant decommissioning vessels' maiden heavy lift job.
Allseas’ giant decommissioning vessel the Pioneering Spirit yesterday completed its maiden heavy lift project.
The twin-hulled, heavy-lift vessel that will remove a number of topside modules from the North Sea has passed its first test. The Pioneering Spirit, owned by Allseas, has installed a 5,500 tonne test platform topside during southern North Sea trials.
The huge crane ship booked to lift the Brent Delta topside away in one piece left Rotterdam at the weekend ahead of offshore trials. Allsea’s twin-hulled Pioneering Spirit had been moored in Rotterdam since January 2015 for installation, commissioning and testing of the topsides lift system. If the southern North Sea trials go to plan, the vessel’s first job will be to remove the 13,500 tonne Yme mobile offshore production unit off Norway for Repsol.
Allseas said it expects to perform offshore trials and begin the removal of a test platform in the North Sea using the decommissioning vessel the Pioneering Spirit.
This clip shows incredible drone footage of the Pioneering Spirit vessel which is capable of being used to remove large offshore oil and gas platforms.
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