The largest recycling operation for a production ship (FPSO) has started this week at Watts in Rogaland. The 235 meter long vessel was loaded by a floatover and subsequent site transfer operation. The containers are now cleaned, dismantled and recycled. At least 97% of the ships are recycled.
This is the first time this type of container has been recycled.
Dismantling and recycling of offshore equipment and ships is an important part of the transition to the environment. Here, Norwegian industrial and engineering expertise has developed solutions that are at the forefront of the industry. This provides tangible evidence of a circular economy given that nearly 97% of ships are used as rebar in new construction and all hazardous waste is removed from the system and disposed of. responsible attitude.
“This is a highly complex logistics project with critical maritime operations. We are proud to be able to carry out such a complex operation in a safe and environmentally responsible manner.r,” said Lars Myhre Hjelmeset, Executive Vice President Offshore at AF Gruppen.
The production vessel Curlew
“We have considerable experience in restoring offshore installations and floating production vessels is another area where our expertise and approach is relevant and internationally recognized. shows how Norwegian offshore and engineering expertise helps set the standard for safe and environmentally sound solutionssaid Lars Myhre Hjelmeset, Offshore Executive Vice President, AF Gruppen.
The Curlew FPSO
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