Hallin Wins Subsea Contract for ONGC's Pipeline Replacement Project

Subsea solutions company Hallin Marine has been awarded a US $10 million contract to supply saturation diving support for the Pipeline Replacement Project offshore Mumbai, India.

Hallin will provide two of its saturation diving systems and diving personnel for subsea construction work activities, deploying its equipment, consumables and skilled diving personnel on board client designated vessels for the Pipelines Replacement Project (PRP2).
PRP2 is being undertaken for the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd (ONGC), Asia‘s largest oil and gas exploration and production company, by construction giant Leighton in a US $720 million contract.
The contract covers the supply and installation of 208.8 km of rigid and flexible oil and gas pipelines and associated topsides facilities in 39 segments over 3 seasons/years some 160km offshore Mumbai.
Leighton has awarded the first year saturation diving contract to the Singapore based East Operating Division of Hallin. Work is scheduled to commence during October this year and run through to April 2009.
Jon Attenburrow, Hallin’s East Division’s MD, said: “We are pleased to be working with Leighton on this prestigious project. The scope and nature of the work involved ideally suits our assets, expertise and diving personnel, and we look forward to a successful project.”