MDL transpools flowlines for India

04 Mar 2021

Maritime Developments (MDL) has completed transpooling of flowlines for an Indian oil and gas operator.

The scope of work covered engineering support, onsite project management and the supply of equipment and services to carry out testing and transpooling of 6” static flowlines, stored in Port of Blyth, England.

An MDL spread combined of a second-generation and third-generation reel drive system was used for transpooling of over 4,200m of product from two storage reels onto two MDL 9.2m installation reels.

In 2018, MDL Asset Maintenance & Engineering carried out pressure testing and preservation works on four reels of the product on location – two of which have already been installed.

MDL also provided engineering support for the transpooling, including the design of the site layout, a transpooling method statement, design of partitions on the installation reels and lifting drawings for the fully-loaded reels.

Following the operation, the reels departed for India where the product will be installed.

For more information please visit MDL’s website.

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