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New Subsea Arch Structure


CRP Marine, the UK-based designer and manufacturer of polymer/composite products for the Oil & Gas industries world-wide, has recently completed an EPC contract for a large "65 tonne" subsea arch structure. The arch supports a range of flexible oil pipes mid water between an FPSO and the seabed manifold. The 65 tonne subsea arch, constructed using a steel fabricated frame supported by large blocks of 'buoyant' composite foam, is tethered to the seabed base by a multi-point mooring system using synthetic fibre cables which reduce the overall system's weight in water. The use of composite buoyancy within a surrounding steel frame is a very flexible arrangement which provides significant technical
The complete contract from Wellstream for the Benchamas Project consisted of a seabed base, the mooring system and the subsea arch.
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