BOA awarded major contract for BP’s Tortue Field development project
Published by Will Owen,
BOA has announced that it has been awarded a contract by Eiffage GC Marine for the transportation and float-off of 21 concrete caissons (around 16 000 t each) as the main elements of the breakwater (1150 m) for the near-shore LNG hub marine terminal for BP’s Greater Tortue Ahmeyim Field development at the border between Senegal and Mauritania.
BOA’s scope of work requires:
- Major modifications to the semi-submersible barge BOA Barge 33 in order to submerse to record-breaking depth of 21 m above deck.
- Design, fabrication and installation of guide posts, grillage and skidding beams.
- Provision of two highly manoeuvrable tugs throughout the project, namely ASD tugs BOA Brage and BOA Heimdal.
- Extensive engineering and operational services during both planning and execution.
The operational team at site during the contract period will consist of 16 – 18 persons from BOA.
Contract commencement is set for July 2019, with an operational phase in Dakar from March 2020 for a minimum duration of 6 months.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/30102019/boa-awarded-major-contract-for-bps-tortue-field-development-project/
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