FPSO Dry Docking Contract Awarded

Harland and Wolff Heavy Industries Ltd (H&W) has been awarded the contract for the dry docking and service of the SeaRose Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel.

Tuesday 28 February 2012

The 272-metre long, 46-metre wide SeaRose FPSO is located at the White Rose oil field, 350km off the Newfoundland coast, operated by Husky Oil.

H&W will dedicate its smaller 335m x 50m Belfast Repair Dock and 432m Repair Quay to the project during May and June 2012.   This intense period of activity will be preceded by a dedicated team planning and co-ordinating all activities, starting immediately.   The integrated project team will be made up of owner and H&W personnel along with key contractors and vendors.


H&W, along with our key contractors, are pleased to have secured the SeaRose FPSO project and to demonstrate the capabilities of the UK Oil & Gas supply chain,” said H&W Project Manager James Lappin.  “This is an important opportunity, not only for H&W but for Northern Ireland, to extend a welcome to our Canadian visitors and demonstrate our world class facilities.”

“We are proud that they have put their trust in us,” H&W Chief Executive Officer Robert J Cooper said.   “All levels of H&W are committed to ensuring this important project is completed safely and successfully.”


Media Contacts

Husky Energy Inc.
Colleen McConnell
Senior Communications Advisor
Email: colleen.mcconnell@huskyenergy.com
Phone +1 (709) 724-3504

Harland and Wolff Heavy Industries Limited  
David McVeigh      
Sales Manager      
Email davidmc@harland-wolff.com   
Phone +44(0)2890 534389    

Joris Minne
Email  joris.minne@jprni.com
Phone +44(0) 7876 218978