F.lli Righini Completes Delivery of HMC Decommissioning Project
Leading offshore manufacturing and engineering firm F.lli Righini is pleased to announce it has successfully completed the early delivery of a strategic project, which was awarded major marine contractor Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC).
The contract details, which will significantly enhance Righini’s presence on the market of the tailored designed subsea lifting tools, are as follows:
- Client: Heerema Marine Contractors
- Project: A major offshore platform decommissioning project in the North Sea
- Subject: No.4 Tubular External Lifting Tools
The scope of F.lli Righini’s work includes design, detailed engineering, procurement, fabrication and testing (static and dynamic).
No. 3 External Lifting Tools to be operated on board of HMC’s Semi Submersible Crane Vessel (SSCV) Thialf, to grab three of four tubular legs of the no.2 Murchison platform semi-jackets.
The ELTs are hydraulically operated, they can handle tubulars from 1.800mm to 2.300mm and have a max lifting capacity of 2.000mT each.
No. 1 External Lifting Tool to be operated on board of HMC’s SSCV Thialf, to grab the 4th leg, with launch runner, including timber blocks, of the no.2 Murchison platform semi-jackets .
The ELT is hydraulically operated, it can handle tubulars from 1.800mm to 2.300mm and has a max lifting capacity of 2.000mT.
This ELT has been specially designed in order to allow to operate with the launch runner timber blocks still in place.
This tool can be easily modified in the future to handle a standard circular tubular.
Highlighting its skills in designing and manufacturing of mooring systems, riser pull-in systems, hydraulic friction clamps, pipe tensioners, pipe handling systems, umbilical handling systems, davit cranes and subsea special tools, F.lli Righini takes the opportunity to thank Heerema Marina Contractors for the confidence in awarding the contract.