BigLift’s Happy Sky heads to Tyra field with TEBZ bridge
Project cargo loadings for the Tyra redevelopment project continued, with BigLift’s heavy lift vessel, Happy Sky loading the TEBZ bridge at the Sembcorp Marine Admiralty Yard in Singapore.
This 1045 mt bridge is almost 100 m long and is currently well on its way to the Tyra field in the Danish North Sea. According to the AIS data, the Happy Sky is currently sailing in the Laccadive Sea, off India and heading to the Suez Canal.
Upon arrival at the Tyra Field in the Danish North Sea, Heerema’s SSCV Sleipnir will lift the bridge from Happy Sky’s deck for installation. The vessel will then continue straight for Stettin, Poland to discharge a full hold of CCR modules and general cargo which she loaded in Korea.
With her two Huisman-built 900 mt heavy lift mast cranes, Happy Sky is one of the flagships of the BigLift fleet. It is is 155 m long and has 18.680 dwt, as well as Finnish/Swedish 1A Ice Class notation.
The the TEBZ bridge follows the recent shipment of the Tyra East wellhead and riser topsides that departed Singapore at the end of last month onboard the BigRoll Beaufort.
The Tyra Redevelopment project is lead by TotalEnergies in partnership with Noreco and Nordsøfonden.The major is investing over $300 million to redevelop the Tyra platforms as Denmark and Europe take course towards a future with low-carbon energy.
Facing delays due to the outbreak of the corona virus pandemic, the redeveloped Tyra is expected to start production in 2023.
Once completed it will deliver approximately 60,000 barrels of oil equivalent (boe) per day, equating to over 200 million boe over the next 25 years.