Dutch contractor Heerema Fabrication Group has cut first steel for the Peregrino II jacket, marking the beginning of the construction phase for the Statoil-operated project located off Brazil.
The steel-cutting ceremony was held at Heerema’s Vlissingen yard, according to the Dutch company’s Monday update released through its social media channels.
The Peregrino jacket will be approximately 135 meters tall, have a footprint of 66 x 53 meters and will weigh 9,300 tonnes (excluding the 12 piles). The plan is for the jacket to be ready for sail away from Heerema’s yard in October 2019.
Categories: Offshore Activity