Dutch Expertise Neccessary for Developing North Sea Gas
In the largest offshore gas investment to be made in the Dutch sector of the North Sea for 15 years, Dutch energy operator ONE-Dyas has opted for Dutch offshore engineering expertise to realise the N05A development.
With a promise to deliver affordable gas from the field to homes and business by autumn 2024, the ambitious project calls for Allseas’ pipelay expertise to meet the tight timeframe.
Natural gas is one of the mainstays of global energy and a critical component in a stable transition from fossil fuels to cleaner energy, reducing CO2 emissions and improving air quality.
Allseas has more than 35 years’ experience installing pipelines for transportation of natural gas, with a track record that is second to none., having constructed more than 7000 kilometres of pipeline in the North Sea alone!
Allseas’ first vessel, Lorelay, will execute the pipeline installation and burial scope – 36 years after her North Sea debut. In that time, she’s laid 9000 kilometres of pipe – half in the North Sea!
The project aims to accelerate the production of reliable Dutch energy in the North Sea.
“It’s great to be involved in an energy project with such strategic importance for the Netherlands,” says Allseas President Pieter Heerema.
“With the installation of this pipeline, Allseas contributes to the still growing need for safe, reliable and affordable energy supply in the Netherlands. We’re always happy to work in Dutch waters with Dutch parties!”
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