Offshore Independents

HMC – Liwan & Ichthys Installation Procedures

HMC – Liwan & Ichthys Installation Procedures

Project description:

The Liwan 3-1 gas field sits in licence block 29/26 in the South China Sea, 350km south-east of Hong Kong in the Pearl River Mouth Basin. It lies in an average water depth of 1,300m.

Saipem was awarded a contract in May 2011 to engineer, procure, construct and install two 79km-long pipelines with a 22in diameter, umbilicals and a subsea production system.

Heerema Marine Contractors was contracted by Saipem to finalize the EPIC project.

McDermott Australia (McDermott) has awarded Heerema Marine Contractors Australia Pty Ltd (HMC) a contract to transport and install infield flowlines, subsea structures and moorings for the INPEX Ichthys LNG Project.

HMC will carry out the transportation and installation of a portion of the offshore scope, utilizing the heavy lift, J-Lay and Reel-Lay capability of Heerema’s new-build vessel Aegir.

Scope of work

HMC’s scope of work includes the transportation and installation of flowlines, production flowlines, integrated pipeline structures, large subsea structures, a subsea riser support structure, and moorings for future FPSO and CPF facilities.

OI Scope:

Offshore Independents BV (OI) was contracted by Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC) to provide the installation procedures for the Liwan & Ichthys projects at the HMC head office in Leiden.