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Sao Vang & Dai Nguyet First–cut ceremony of Fabrication and Sea-fastening.

For a long –range of the bidding & negotiating process, PTSC M&C (EPCIC contractor) and Idemitsu Kosan (project operator) awarded PVSB the Contract for Piles fabrication and sea-fastening of Sao Vang Dai Nguyet Project. On July 5, 2018, the contract was signed with the total value of over 96,8 billions VND.

The SVDN Project comprises of Sao Vang and Dai Nguyet fields, locating at blocks 05-1b and 05-1c respectively in the Nam Con Son basin, about 350 km south-east offshore Vungtau City at about 120m waterdepth. The project first phase includes the Sao Vang Processing Platform (Sao Vang CPP) and infield pipeline system. The Sao Vang CCP Topside weighs nearly 14,000 MT, in which the Topside piles are about 4,600 MT heavy. There are amount of 12 piles with the length of 112,4 m at total, to be connected from 34 segments with the weight of more than 10 tons per segment, the pipe thickness of 50-75 mm and the diameter of 2143 mm. With such volume and length, the calculation for construction projects  needs to use large equipments such as 1200 tons crane, fork-lift truck for overload overside goods.

On Sep 15, 2018, the First Cutting Ceremony for Sao Vang Dai Nguyet (SVDN) Project (Item Fabrication and Sea-fastening for Piles ) has been launched at PVSB Fabrication Yard in Vungtau City, Southern of Vietnam.

Attending the event, there were representatives from IKC – project operator, PTSC M&C, PVSB together with the PVSB’s employees and Project Management Team.

Here are some pictures of the First-cut Ceremony:

The overview

Mr. Tran Duc Hanh – Deputy Director spoke in the ceremony.

Mr. Ronald – IKC’s representative spoke in the ceremony

Mr. Do Xuan Dat – Deputy Director of SVDN – PTSC M&C’s representative spoke in the ceremony

The first cutting

The owner checked the first cutting

Commemorative photograph (IKC/PTSC M&C/PVSB)

Commemorative photograph (IKC/PTSC M&C/PVSB)

This pipe fabrication and sea-fastening of SVDN Project is the result of the effords and determination of PVSB after a long period of effective coordination with PTSC M$C and IKC. The project  also marked another important achievement in PVSB’s development path and will contribute significant meaning to the next operations in the coming time.

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