Balder completes removal of the Morpeth TLP
Last month, Heerema's DCV Balder completed the offshore removal of the Morpeth Tension-leg Platform (TLP) on behalf of client Eni US Operating Company.
Balder mobilized to the Morpeth Field in mid-April to begin executing the TLP removal. The campaign involved the engineering, preparation, removal, and disposal of the offshore infrastructure. The removal consisted of the 2650 short-ton topside, 2500 short-ton hull, and 1300 short-tons of tendons and piles.
Following the successful removal of the components, the topside was transported by barge, the tendons and piles on supply vessels, and the hull wet towed for recycling at MARS (Modern American Recycling Services) facilities at various US locations.
This project was the first TLP removal campaign for Heerema. It adds another successful decommissioning project to Heerema’s portfolio, following a record-breaking 2020 that saw the company remove 85,277 metric tons of decommissioned structures in one year.
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Heerema's DCV Balder completes the offshore removal of the Morpeth Tension-leg Platform (TLP) on behalf of client Eni US Operating Company.
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