Fossil Energy – Accommodation
Noreco is pleased to announce the successful sail away of the new Tyra II utility- and living quarters from Ravenna, Italy.
The accommodation unit was fabricated at the Piomboni yard by EPC contractor Rosetti Marino and TotalEnergies, and Heerema Marine Contractors’ Barge H-408 will safely sail the 5,400 tons unit to the Tyra field in the Danish North Sea.
The utility- and living quarters unit is 32.5 meters tall and has seven levels, including a helideck, and an area of 3,500 m2. In addition to housing offshore crew, the unit also has a state-of-the-art control room, a water system turning sea water into drinking water and all fire water and emergency power for Tyra II will be run from the unit.
Upon arrival at the Tyra field, the accommodation unit will be installed by the world’s largest crane vessel, Sleipnir. The sail away is an important Tyra Redevelopment milestone and it significantly progresses the project towards first gas from Tyra II next year.
“We are very proud to announce the completion- and sail away of the accommodation unit for Tyra II. Rosetti and TotalEnergies have fabricated what will be a modern and high-tech home away from home for the offshore crew and have also shown a strong performance by delivering high degree of completion with minimum carry-over and with zero accidents,” said Marianne Eide, EVP Upstream in Noreco.