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TEN Project. equipment rental for in-country fabrication of suction piles

Equipment Rental for in-country fabrication of Suction piles for TEN project 2014-2015
Jonmoore rented out various lifting equipment to Modec Offshore Production Systems and Group Five Construction for the in-country fabrication of nine suction piles for the Tweneboa, Enyerra and Ntomme (TEN) project. These included a 400T Kobelco Crawler Crane, a 100T Terex Demag Mobile Crane, a 50T Grove Mobile Crane, a 4.5T Manitou Telehandler, a 7T Hyster Forklift and a Cherry Picker. These equipment came each with its own Certified Operator and riggers and were dedicated to the project i.e. remained on site till the end of the project.
This arrangement was really convenient as it ensured; there was always equipment on site to assist with the offloading of the trucks when they arrived on site with the various components of the suction piles as well as the various welding machinery and consumables. The lifting equipment also assisted with the fabrication of the suction piles.
Prior to the load out phase of the project, a Self Propelled Modular Trailer of a capacity of 480 metric tons was imported into the country to assist with the movement of completed suctions piles from the fabrication area to the storage area on site.
A 600Tons Terex Demag Crawler Crane was also imported in-country and together with the already existing 400Tons Kobelco crane, all the suction piles were up-ended and finally loaded out onto a barge at the Sekondi Naval Base.
The suction piles were 21meters in length and had a diameter of 4.5meters and a weight of 122Tons each.
Equipment rental for Jumper Fabrication for TEN Project.2015
Jonmoore International Limited was contracted by Orsam Oil & Gas Limited for the supply of our 400Ton Crawler Crane, 100Ton mobile crane and 50Ton mobile crane for the in-country fabrication of rigid jumpers for the Tweneboa, Enyerra and Ntomme (TEN) project.
These equipment were used for the fabrication of these jumpers as well as the load out.
The fabrication yard was the Sekondi Naval Base.

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