Hallin vessel comes in for Donghae IRM offshore South Korea

Hallin Marine has started a 30-day ROV support and inspection project on Korea National Oil Corp.’s Donghae gas field in the Sea of Japan offshore South Korea.

Offshore staff

SINGAPORE – Hallin Marine has started a 30-day ROV support and inspection project on Korea National Oil Corp.’s Donghae gas field in the Sea of Japan offshore South Korea.

Rik Zwinkels, managing director of Hallin’s Singapore East Division, said: “TheKendal was chosen for her suitability to the conditions of the environment. Her structural design and onboard equipment are ideal for the provision of full IRM support and services in the harsh weather conditions for which the Donghae field is known.”

The 65.5-m (215-ft) long, 16-m (52-ft) wide vessel, built in Batam, is fully compliant with the latest Special Purpose Ship Code, ABS Class requirements.

KNOC discovered Donghae in 1997. The field has proven reserves of about 250 bcf (7.1 bcm) and currently produces 50 MMcf/d (1.4 MMcm/d).

10/23/2012

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