ESBJERG, Denmark – Semco Maritime has issued an update on its role in Total’s Tyra redevelopment project in the Danish North Sea.
The work scope includes preparatory engineering followed by system installation on five unmanned satellite platforms at the Tyra complex.
Initial planning has started, and the program, involving around 25 of the company’s personnel, is due to be complete by October.
The complex comprises two central processing platforms, Tyra East and Tyra West, and five unmanned satellite production platforms.
Total is redeveloping the processing platforms, at the same time putting the satellite facilities into idle mode. But the satellites must be maintained for minor tasks and to allow for inspection and preservation of equipment.
Semco Maritime is also responsible for installation of temporary diesel generators on some of the satellites, and isolation of process systems in order to provide a safe working environment at Tyra East and Tyra West.
During the installation period, two teams of specialists accommodated on walk-to-work vessels will work in 14-day shifts.
In addition, Semco is supporting Total by providing preventive and fabric maintenance.