Grenland Reports Successful Delivery to the Tordis Field
Grenland Group said that the first Tordis Field subsea structures were successfully loaded out at the company’s yard in Langesund, Norway, on July 13 using the floating barge Taklift. The structures, weighing a total of 240 tonnes, included a PLIM (Pipeline Inline Manifold) and a template/ foundation structure.
The main module to Statoil’s Tordis, the subsea separation with a weight of 1,300 tonnes, is under fabrication and will be delivered from Grenland’s yard in Tønsberg late-Spring 2007.
Grenland Group is serving as a supplier to FMC Kongsberg Subsea in this project in connection with Statoil’s development of the Tordis field.
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