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Normand Installer in dry dock prep for upcoming SBM Offshore Guyana campaign

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SBM Offshore’s multi-purpose deepwater construction vessel – the Normand Installer is gearing up for a new campaign in 2023 in Guyana’s Stabroek Block.

According to reports, the Normand Installer has been placed into dry dock at Frederikshavn, Denmark.

Built in 2006, the Normand Installer played an integral role in the installation of Guyana’s second oil production vessel – the Liza Unity.

WATCH: Normand Installer vessel performing installation work for Liza Unity FPSO | OilNOW

It is coined as a multi-functional anchor handling and offshore construction vessel of the VS 4204 design. The vessel has two working decks and a large load capacity, and is equipped with a large anchor handling winch, moonpool, A-frame, helicopter deck and a 250-tonne offshore crane. It can accommodate 100 persons max.

SBM Offshore is one of ExxonMobil’s major contractors in Guyana. ExxonMobil is the operator of the Stabroek Block alongside its partners, Hess and CNOOC.

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