Published On: Wed, Oct 9th, 2019

Maersk Supply Service wins mooring lines contract for FPSO Fluminense

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Maersk Supply Service has won a contract to deliver an integrated mooring lines life extension solution for Royal Dutch ’s FPSO Fluminense, which includes project management, engineering, interface management and also offshore execution in Brazilian waters, off the coast of Rio de Janeiro.

The offshore phase of the work is likely to begin in December, said the marine services provider. The project includes heading control of the FPSO, replacement of mooring lines, and also installation and hook up of the new mooring components.

Maersk Supply Service will deploy Maersk Achiever along with one to two Maersk L-class anchor handling tug supply vessels to Brazil after wrapping up another mooring lines replacement project in West African waters.

Maersk Achiever

Maersk Supply Service will deploy Maersk Achiever for the project. Photo courtesy of A. P. MOLLER – MAERSK.

Olivier Trouve – Head of Integrated Solutions at Maersk Supply Service said: “We look forward to demonstrating how our ability to plan and execute the full range of scopes required for FPSO moorings maintenance, supplying all vessels from our large in-house fleet, can help reduce risk and optimise operations for our customers.”

Earlier this week, Maersk Supply Service said that it had bagged a 1.5-year contract from Blue Marine Group to support Mexican oil company Pemex from its subsea support vessel Maersk Installer. Along with Maersk Installer will help Pemex in meeting its objectives of boosting production and executing safe operations in Mexican waters.

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