Green Yard Kleven To Refit Two Oceania Psvs

Green Yard Kleven To Refit Two Oceania Psvs

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Green Yard Kleven in Norway stated it has signed a contract with Brazilian shipowner Oceania to transform two platform provide vessels (PSV) for operations with remotely operated underwater automobiles (ROV) and offshore crane.

The 2 ships, each Marin Teknikk MT6009 design, have not too long ago been bought by Oceania. One is already at Green Yard Kleven, and the opposite will arrive on the shipyard within the subsequent few days. The retrofit is scheduled to be accomplished towards the top of the yr, and work will begin instantly.

After the conversion, the ships will function in Brazil in deep water. Brazilian Oceania focuses on inspection, intervention and monitoring of underwater buildings offshore.

“The contract was drawn up in shut collaboration with Marin Teknikk AS, and they’ll now work with design and engineering on the retrofit undertaking. Over time, the shipyard has constructed dozens of ships in collaboration with Marin Teknikk, and we recognize that our good collaboration continues,” stated Karl Johan Barstad, Gross sales Supervisor Retrofit in Green Yard Kleven.

Green Yard Kleven and Oceania each make investments closely in sustainable options. Amongst different issues, gear will likely be reused within the undertaking. For instance, the offshore cranes are secondhand and will likely be rebuilt to the present specification and to the precise supply time.

“There are numerous benefits to rebuilding present vessels, utilizing recycled materials, and reusing gear for the conversions. This can save sources and scale back each prices, emissions, and the quantity of waste. With out compromising high quality,” Barstad stated.

“Securing this contract gave us a pleasant and pleased begin after the vacations, says Hans Jørgen Fedog, CEO of Green Yard Kleven. “This was excellent news. The project will increase our order reserve, though we nonetheless have the capability to tackle extra tasks. We’re grateful for the belief and the project and we look ahead to the collaboration with all companions concerned.”

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