The EPCIC contractor was PetroVietnam Technical Services Corp. Mechanical & Construction (PTSC M&C). The subcontract was awarded to McDermott by PetroVietnam Technical Services Corp. (PTSC) Offshore Service Joint Stock Company for Idemitsu Gas Production Co., Ltd. (IGP). The scope of work included transportation and installation services for the central processing platform jacket, wellhead service deck and topside floatover.
"SVDN is another great example of our One McDermott Way execution model that utilises best-in-class resources from our offices in Kuala Lumpur, Dubai and Houston for engineering and project management," said Mahesh Swaminathan, Senior Vice President for Asia Pacific. "A successful and safe completion of the project, particularly during a global pandemic, is an outstanding achievement for the team and the customer."
Completion of campaign one included a jacket launch using McDermott's Derrick Barge 30 (DB30) in water depth of approximately 372 ft (113.4 m). At 12 600 t, it is the heaviest and largest jacket launched in Vietnam at that water depth.
Campaign two included the largest floatover installation of a central processing platform topside in Vietnam, weighing 14 500 t. The installation was achieved through a tight-slot floatover with less than four inches of clearance on either side.
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