• Second landfall starts ahead of schedule

Second landfall starts ahead of schedule

20 March 2019

One day ahead of schedule, our drilling specialists started work on the landfall of a pipeline that will bring natural gas ashore from the Leviathan gas field in the Mediterranean Sea. Special feature: we are using the Direct-Pipe technique.

It is the second time in a short time that A.Hak will carry out this job. After a successful first time commissioned by Allseas, Greek company Energean is now the operator who wants to bring the gas from its concession ashore. A.Hak's client is the Franco-American company TechnipFMC, which, on the basis of our previous success, knocked on our door.

By using the Direct-Pipe technique, the fragile coastline in Israel is spared. This is necessary because rare sea turtles breed here. Further innovation in the technology also ensures that work can be done much more safely by reducing the number of diving hours by no less than 85 percent.

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