North Sea Platform Downmanned Following Water Supply Issue



North Sea Platform Downmanned Following Water Supply Issue
The Beatrice Alpha platform in the North Sea has been downmanned following an issue with water supply on the asset.

The Beatrice Alpha platform in the North Sea has been downmanned following an issue with water supply on the asset, a Wood spokesperson has confirmed.

Twenty four non-essential personnel have been taken off the platform, while an ‘essential crew’ of 22 have remained onboard.

“Following an issue with water supply on the Beatrice Alpha platform, we have downmanned 24 non-essential personnel,” the Wood spokesperson told Rigzone. 

“An essential crew of 22 remain and measures are in place to ensure they have an ample water supply. The safety and wellbeing of our teams offshore is our priority and we are currently working proactively to address the issue,” the spokesperson added.

Wood operates the platform on behalf of Repsol Sinopec.



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