The vessel has commenced its second structure and pipeline inspection contract for an independent oil and gas E&P operator on its UK North Sea assets.
The companies also defined the transportation arrangements through the pipeline crossing the Mediterranean Sea.
The company was selected to manufacture and supply 8 in. steel pipes for the infield line and 16 in. steel pipes for the offshore gas transport pipeline.
This new technology has been developed to make long distance subsea tiebacks, which are not typically economic or technically feasible, commercially viable.
The two resident vehicle systems are to be fitted with Sonardyne’s SPRINT-Nav an all-in-one navigational instrument.
The company will be at OTC 2019 in Houston to emphasise how it has developed its polymers to final parts product range.
The Trip Avoidance X-ray Inspection (TAXI™) system is aimed at reducing the number of unplanned shutdowns.