Saipem, no damage to the Castorone vessel. Remediation works are underway

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 1/31/2024, Location: Not categorized

Saipem confirms that the Castorone pipelaying vessel operating off the waters of Western Australia has not suffered any damage.

A buckle while laying the pipeline is an event which can happen and as such Saipem has in place approved procedures and resources available for intervention and remediation purposes.

The initial assessment appears to indicate that the cause of the incident could be software anomaly under investigation.

Alongside the investigation, plans for the trunkline remediation works are underway with safety as our priority.


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