Drydocks World starts Jotun FPSO turntable project

Drydocks World starts Jotun FPSO turntable project

- Drydocks World commences Jotun FPSO Fabrication of Turntable Project

Drydocks World has held a steel-cutting ceremony to mark the start of production on Jotun FPSO Fabrication of Turntable Project for Bluewater Energy Services B.V. for end client, Vår Energi.

According to Drydocks, this Turntable is part of a Turret Mooring System, TMS, for the Jotun A Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading, FPSO, vessel to be permanently moored and operated at the Balder field in the Norwegian Sector of the North Sea.

The Turntable is 24 metres in Diameter and 10 metres high, weighing around 925 Tons. The work on the project will require around 275,000 man hours to complete the fabrication and testing works.

The scope of this fabrication project by Drydocks World – Dubai includes bulk procurement, fabrication engineering, assembly, inspection, mechanical completion, testing and load-out of the Turret Turntable. The project is scheduled to be delivered by the mid of 2021.

The Turntable will be designed, fabricated and tested in accordance with stringent Norwegian & International Standards.

Capt. Rado Antolovic PhD CEO of Drydocks World, said,

"Our experienced team continues to successfully deliver challenging projects on a global scale, which is testament to our focus on continuous innovation.

Drydocks World has significant experience of constructing large scale projects for prominent offshore companies, demonstrating the yard’s vast fabrication capacity; positioning it as a leader in turret fabrication while ensuring excellence in safety and quality.

As one of the few worldwide specialists capable of constructing such complex Turrets, our Dubai yard has the proven expertise with 7 turrets previously delivered, including the World’s largest turret."

News Source: https://mediaoffice.ae/en/news/2020/September/30-09/Drydocks-World-starts-Jotun-FPSO-turntable-project

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