The Johan Sverdrup P2 Platform is Assembled

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 5/19/2021, Location: Europe

In the days 12 -14 May, Aibel and its partners completed a successful lifting operation to put together the three large modules that constitute the Johan Sverdrup P2 platform.

The spectacular operation was performed by the world’s largest crane vessel, Sleipnir, in Forresfjorden south of Haugesund, Norway. All three lifts of the Main Support Frame (MSF), the Upper Process Module (UPM) and the HVDC module was carried out within approximately 36 hours before the 24,000 ton platform was towed back to Aibel’s yard in Haugesund.

At the yard in Haugesund, the integration and commissioning phase has already started and will last until scheduled delivery of the completed platform early 2022.


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