Maersk Supply Service wins transport, hook-up contract on North Sea Culzean project

Culzean installation with the FSO Ailsa in the background

MSS will provide a single point of contact bfor eservices including project management, planning, engineering, towing, pre-installation of the twelve-leg mooring system, mooring, hook up and other marine operations for transportation and installation of the Ailsa, a floating storage and offloading (FSO) unit, from Asia to Europe.
The project will take two years, with anchor installation this summer and FSO tow, mooring installation and FSO moor-up completed in summer 2018. Culzean is an ultra high pressure high temperature gas condensate development, 145 miles east of Aberdeen in approximately 85m of water in the UK sector of the central North Sea. Maersk Oil UK, as operator, holds a 49.99% stake, with partners BP (32%) and JX Nippon UK (18.01%).  
Just six months ago, MSS revealed plans to become a provider of integrated marine services in the energy sector. This latest contract is number four since then, and follows the company’s role as primary contractor in the Janice and Leadon decommissioning projects.

Maersk Oil UK has signed up Maersk Supply Service (MSS) to provide an integrated range of services for the Culzean gas condensate development in the North Sea.

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