GSP Works on North Marmara Natural Gas Storage Extension Project

GSP Offshore is performing offshore activities for the North Marmara Natural Gas Storage Extension Project (Phase III) under a contract with Rönesans. 

The Rönesans Endüstri Tesisleri İnşaatSanayi Ve Ticaret Anonim Şirketi and Renaissance Heavy Industries joint venture, both member companies of the Rönesans Holding, secured the Phase III of the construction work by Boru Hatlari İle Petrol Taşima (BOTAŞ).

The works under this project started in January 2019. The GSP Saturn jack-up rig was transported from Constanta port to Tekirdag Port, passing through the Bosphorus strait.

As main subcontractor of the offshore operations, GSP will supervise all the activities related to the construction of two fixed offshore platforms.

GSP’s Bigfoot 1 pipelay barge and Neptun heavy lift crane will perform installation of the platforms, installation of two 28” pipelines and cable installation for the project.

GSP will also carry out the drilling of 20 wells at the two pre-installed offshore platforms, using GSP Saturn an GSP Jupiter jack-up rigs, GSP Well Servicer multi-role vessel, as well as platform supply vessels.

The project will be carried out in Silivri, Istanbul, over a period of three years.

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