$2.3 Million Awarded To SeaTec For Mooring And Pipeline Project

SeaTec International, Ltd., Gloucester, Mass., has been awarded a $2.3-million turnkey project to install two 2,800 meter, 8-inch and 16-inch-diameter pipelines and a SOFEC four-buoy CBM tanker mooring system at Probolinggo, Java, Indonesia.

The award came from Coutinho, Caro and Company, of Hamburg, West Germany, who are constructing a paper mill and sugar refinery for the P.T. Letjes Consortium.

The mooring system will permit the transfer of fuel oil offshore and the pipeline will conduct oil to storage facilities located outside the mill.

SeaTec will perform the entire project on a turnkey basis, incorporating site survey, engineering, project management and installation of the pipeline and mooring terminal. The project is in progress and scheduled for completion by March of 1982.

SeaTec International, Ltd. is a marine construction corporation with offices around the world.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 5,  Jul 1981

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