Kreuz Subsea Completes Project at D1 Field Off India's West Coast
Kreuz Subsea, a Singapore-based subsea solutions provider, completed a hot tapping project on live pipelines for an engineering procurement and construction contractor and a major oil and gas company on the west coast of India.
The firm completed three hot taps and interconnecting spools in the subcontract, Kruez Subsea said Tuesday in a press release.
Oceaneering manufactured smart taps, comprising two 12-inch and one 14-inch with Furmanite tooling, were successfully installed after detailed preparatory works, including mock-up, testing, and drilling on-board Kreuz Subsea’s flagship asset, Kreuz Installer.
The assignment, which included five interconnecting spools connecting three hot taps adjacent to the platforms, was carried out at the offshore D1 field operated by state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp. Ltd. (ONGC) in 361 feet (110 meters) of waters.
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