Home Pioneer Spirit ship on “record-breaking” mission for TurkStream project

Pioneer Spirit ship on “record-breaking” mission for TurkStream project

31 from 2018 to 07 at 15: XNUMX
To Share
Share on WhatsApp
Share on Facebook
Share on LinkedIn
Share on Telegram
Share on Twitter
Share on Email
Follow us on Google News
Pioneer of Spirit Türkiye

The gigantic multifunctional vessel Pioneering Spirit broke a pipeline laying record last week during TurkStream project operations in the Black Sea.

Offshore service provider Allseas said Thursday via social media that the massive ship Pioneer Spirit broke a pipe laying record on Sunday, August 26. Notably, the massive Pioneering Spirit installed a record 6,3 kilometers of pipeline in one day while working on the TurkStream project. As a reminder, the vessel resumed plumbing the second offshore pipeline (Line 2) of the TurkStream pipeline towards Kiyikoy, Turkey, at the end of June.

Pioneering is currently working on the pipeline for the second time following the completion of the TurkStream Line 1 installation in April.

The pipeline operated by Gazprom is a pipeline project that stretches across the Black Sea from Russia to Turkey and up to Turkey's border with neighboring countries.

The first line of the pipeline is destined for Turkish consumers, while the second line is designated for southern and southeastern Europe.

Each line will have a processing capacity of 15,75 billion cubic meters of gas per year.

Mais recentes