Hallin Sends Quasar ROV to Tunisia
Hallin Marine, the AIM quoted provider of subsea solutions to the oil and gas industry, has mobilised a six man team and one of its Quasar ROVs for ultimate client BG Group for a pipe lay project off of Tunisia.
The project in the Gulf of Gabes, some 100km off Tunisia, will see the Quasar work from the Saipem operated ROVSV support vessel the VOS Sympathy for touchdown monitoring of the pipe for GeoLab of Italy.
The ROV will operate in the Hasdrubal field in sea depths of 62 to 67 metres and the project is scheduled to run for 90 days with a value of US$1.3million.
Mike Arnold, Managing Director of the West Division of Hallin Marine, said: "Hallin is pleased to be working for the first time with GeoLab, who are a first-rate organisation, well known to many within the Hallin organisation."
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