Mech-Tool overseeing blast wall installations for Hebron platform

Mech-Tool Engineering will provide supervision and inspection services at the Bull Arm yard in Newfoundland of equipment supplied for the Hebron platform.

Offshore staff

DARLINGTON, UKMech-Tool Engineering will provide supervision and inspection services at the Bull Arm yard in Newfoundland of equipment supplied for the Hebron platform.

WorleyParsons contracted the company in May 2013 to supply a range of fire and blast protection products, including duplex stainless steel fire and blast walls, blast relief walls, louvres, wind walls, fire doors and windows.

Anthony Jones, divisional director at Mech-Tool, said: “We have been providing in depth technical support from our offices in both the UK and Korea and the hook up of the project is now well under way…”

At peak, the Hebron oil field will pump 150,000 b/d of oil from its 52 well slots.

08/10/2017

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