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Sea Trucks rounds-up accommodation project for ExxonMobil-Rosneft offshore Sakhalin Island

14th November 2014

Sea Trucks Group successfully completed on Monday its offshore accommodation campaign during the hook up and commissioning operations of the Berkut platform off Sakhalin Island in Russia

Sea Trucks rounds-up accommodation project for ExxonMobil-Rosneft offshore Sakhalin Island
Sea Trucks’ DP3 construction/accommodation vessel Jascon 34 was utilised for the project

"Sea Trucks is delighted with the successful completion of this project,” said Glen Smith, general manager of Sea Trucks Australia.

“It was an accommodation scope in a new challenging geography, new for Sea Trucks operations, which builds upon Sea Trucks’ reputation of being a preferred global offshore accommodation contractor.”

The Berkut platform, operated by Exxon Neftegas Limited (ENL), is located in the Arkutun-Dagi Field, approximately 25 kilometres offshore the north-east coast of Sakhalin Island, Russia.

Sea Trucks’ DP3 construction/accommodation vessel Jascon 34 was utilised for the project.

In order to facilitate the client’s requirements and to manage the severe weather conditions, vessel modifications were undertaken, including the installation of additional accommodation modules to expand the vessel’s existing facilities to a total of 595 persons on board.

The entire campaign, which was run from the group’s operational office in Perth, Australia, has been highly successful with no safety or environmental issues and has been performed to stringent regulatory standards.

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