McDermott Awarded Exxon Contract For Harmony And Heritage Installation

McDermott Marine Construction has received a contract from Exxon Company for the transportation and installation of topsides for the Harmony and Heritage platforms off the coast of California. Each platform will be fitted with two support frames, 10 modules, and a flare boom.

The topsides will be transported from Corpus Christi, Texas, to offshore Santa Barbara, Calif., on eight material barges.

McDermott's Derrick Barge 51 will install the facilities in Blocks P0190 in 1,200-foot water depths and P0182 in 1,075-foot water depths. The entire project will require 26 major lifts which range in size from 150 tons to 1,400 tons.

The facilities will be installed in an environmentally sensitive area off the coast of Santa Barbara. Special equipment and procedures will be utilized by the Exxon/McDermott project team to meet stringent environmental restrictions established by federal, state and local governments.

McDermott Marine Construction is a major o p e r a t i n g unit of McDermott International, a leading worldwide energy services company.

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