Tui field inspection planned next month

Gavin Evans
Thu, 16 Jul 2020

Gavin Evans
Thu, 16 Jul 2020
The government wants to complete an undersea inspection of the Tui oil field next month as it prepares for decommissioning of the facility. The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment is seeking bids from firms interested in inspecting and testing the field’s five seafloor wellheads and the lines linking them to the floating production and storage vessel Umuroa. The contract is expected to start by Aug. 3 and be completed, using a remotely-operated vehicle, within three weeks. The actual inspections should only take three to four...
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