Allseas’ Pioneering Spirit deployed its revolutionary jacket lift system for the first time on 21 April to remove CNR International’s Ninian Northern jacket from the northern North Sea. At 8100 tonnes, this first commercial lift is one of the heaviest offshore...
The Pioneering Spirit was already a unique feat in offshore technology. Now it is being enhanced with a second revolutionary lift system, capable of lifting and transporting jackets up to 20,000 tonnes. In a documentary, Allseas engineers explain more about this...
The world’s largest vessel Pioneering Spirit has completed the single-lift removal of the former DP3 gas production topsides from Spirit Energy’s Morecambe Bay development in the East Irish Sea. This follows the removal of the adjacent DP4 topsides and...
Allseas’ Pioneering Spirit, the largest vessel in the world, will travel to the Irish Sea this year to remove two normally unmanned installations in the East Irish Sea. The 11,000-tonne platforms owned by Spirit Energy used to produce gas in Morecambe Bay. The...
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