SPT Offshore Proceeds with Chinese Energy Projects

March 20, 2020 | Oil & Gas | Energy Facts Staff Writer | 3min

SPT Offshore announced that despite the Corona virus threat, they are happy to bring some good news. Their Chinese energy projects are planned to be executed starting next month. The oil & gas field development projects consist of the installation of pipelay start-up piles and PLEM installations. SPT’s  scope covers suction installation engineering and services. They will use two (2) of their SAPS-003s deepwater suction pump / lifting tool and one of their rental suction piles capable of handling pull-in loads up to 125 ton. Water depths range from 450 m to 1,560 m.

Furthermore a new Offshore Wind Project was awarded to SPT Offshore. Guangzhou Salvage Bureau has contracted SPT Offshore to install 3 suction pile jackets for wind turbines within the China Three Gorges New Energy Yangxi Shaba Phase I Offshore Wind Farm, about 26 km to the South of Shaba in Guangdong province, People’s Republic of China. The water depth is ranging between 26 m and 30 m. They will perform the suction installation services including all related engineering preparations, such as suction installation procedures, suction pile penetration analysis and grouting consultation. They will use three (3) of their latest improved SAPS-007 suction pumps units having 100% redundancy. The execution of their installation services is scheduled from July to August in 2020.

Additional health measures will be taken to prevent infections. SPT Offshore wishes everybody privately and business wise all the best to overcome these hard times.