Harkand to deliver IRM services for Technip vessels in Ghana

HarkandHarkand is a global IRM provider and will assist Technip with its vessels that are part of the TEN project offshore Ghana. (Image source: Harkand)Global subsea company Harkand has signed a contract with Technip to deliver inspection, repair and maintenance (IRM) services offshore and onshore Ghana

Harkand has formed a strategic alliance with Consolidated Shipping Agencies Ltd, through which it is expected to deliver services to Technip on the Tullow Tweneboa, Enyenra and Ntomme (TEN) project that’s situated in the deepwater Tano block, nearly 60 km off the coast of Ghana.

Harkand Andrews Survey managing director Stuart Reid said, “We are delighted that Technip has chosen us to support them during this major project in Ghana and continues our successful long term working relationship with Technip. This contract award underlines Harkand’s commitment to working in the West African region in general and Ghana in particular. I believe that this will be the first of many campaigns that we engage with our local Ghanaian JV partner, Consolidated Shipping Agencies Ltd.”

The survey team will manage and support all survey requirements on board Technip vessels during offshore construction activities, which include rigid and flexible lay, structure installations, spool metrology, pre-lay and as-built surveys. The work is expected to be completed by summer 2016.

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