Large subsea structures bound for Woodside's Pluto development are now on their way to Australia.
"Most of the subsea structures we fabricate are bound for the Norwegian Continental Shelf, but throughout the years we have also delivered structures to large projects worldwide," said Anund Roenningen, site leader of Grenland Group. "To be part of such a massive gas development in Australia is very exciting for us."
Grenland Group has fabricated, assembled and tested the big Pluto subsea structures of a total of 500 tonnes at their yards in Grenland. The delivery includes two manifolds, two manifold support structures and two closed caisson structures. K)L
The structures are part of FMC's delivery to Woodside's A$12 billion Pluto LNG Project.