Do operating company take over the equipment at the end of the FPSO installation?

Asked by RichS29 6 years ago | 1 Answers

Do operating company take over the equipment (i.e. empty reels) at the end of the FPSO installation?


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gagonza 6 years ago
In order to optimize the offshore installation duration and reduce number of port call, operating company should take control of the equipment for subsequent care and transportation to land at the end of the installation campaign.

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