Jascon 25 begins Pyrenees field installation work

The pipelay crane vessel Jascon 25 has begun work on its first major contract offshore for Seastream JV.

Offshore staff

SINGAPORE -- The pipelay crane vessel Jascon 25 has begun work on its first major contract offshore for Seastream JV. The vessel is installing SURF facilities at the Pyrenees field offshore Western Australia.

The hybrid configuration of the vessel makes it suitable to execute a wide variety of marine construction and pipelay tasks in both the SURF and conventional pipelay and platform installation markets, both in deepwater and continental shelf environments, the company says.

Jascon 25 is a 120-m (394-ft) DP-3 pipelay crane vessel with total thruster power of 12,155 kW, an 800-ton (726-metric-ton) subsea Huisman crane, a 355-person accommodation block, and the capacity to lay both rigid (S-lay) and flexible pipe.

03/31/2009

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