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Aqualis Offshore Oversees Jack-Up Rig Transport


Published Aug 1, 2016
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Aqualis Offshore has been contracted by Noble Corporation to oversee the load-on, transportation and load-off operations of the first journey of the world’s largest jack-up rig, the Noble Lloyd Noble (photo Nobel Corporation).

Marine and offshore engineering consultancy Aqualis Offshore has been contracted by Noble Corporation to oversee the load-on, transportation and load-off operations of the first journey of the world’s largest jack-up rig, the Noble Lloyd Noble.

Aqualis Offshore’s scope of work includes providing marine warranty services for the load-on, transportation and load-off operation of the giant jack-up. Aqualis Offshore will ride with the ship for the first leg of the journey from Singapore to Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

The rig’s ultimate destination is Statoil’s Mariner field development in the UK sector of the North Sea. Contract value is undisclosed.

Noble Lloyd Noble, which Sembcorp Marine has built for Noble Corporation, is according to Sembcorp Marine the world’s largest jack-up rig. It is based on the GustoMSC CJ70 design as well as Statoil’s ‘Category J’ specifications. The rig has an operational air gap of 69 meters and is capable of operating in a water depth of up to 150 metres in harsh environmental conditions. It boasts a maximum total drilling depth capacity of 10,000 metres.

Aqualis Offshore’s Singapore office will provide the marine warranty services for the rig move.

“To be trusted with this project underlines the position we have managed to build up in the global marine warranty services market over the past few years. It is a great project to be involved in and we will do our part to ensure the journey goes according to plan,” says Phil Lenox, director – Asia Pacific, Aqualis Offshore.

Tags: Aqualis Offshore, Noble Corporation




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