JSI Alliance moving project cargo for Project Panther

JSI Alliance moving project cargo for Project Panther

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Vessels operating within the recently established JSI Alliance, comprising Jumbo Maritime, SAL Heavy Lift and Intermarine, have been busy supporting the ongoing Project Panther in Nigeria. Multipurpose vessels Hanna and Calypso recently performed a double-banking in Onne as part of the project cargo delivery process for the oil and gas fields redevelopment project. 

JSI Alliance said that a total of three vessels are engaged currently in the Nigerian project. The Type 116 vessel Calypso is serving as a shuttle vessel to transfer cargo from the ships to the client’s offshore vessels in Warri, Nigeria. Calypso was selected for the job due to her remarkable lifting capabilities and shallow draft.

MV Hanna and MV Trina are involved in transporting cargo from ports in Denmark and the Netherlands to Nigeria.

JSI Alliance moving project cargo for Project Panther
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“Such unique projects underscore JSI Alliance’s commitment to providing versatile solutions that meet our clients’ exacting standards, leveraging our diverse fleet to tackle any challenge,’ JSI Alliance said in a brief statement via social media.

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Project Panther is a collaborative effort between NNPC Limited and Chevron Nigeria Limited. It comprises ten fields that fall under OMLs 49, 90, and 95. The project aims to boost the production of the NNPCL/CNL joint venture, covering 37 development wells – 31 oil producers, one gas well, and five water injectors – across ten NNPCL/CNL JV fields from 2022 to 2026.

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JSI Alliance moving project cargo for Project Panther

JSI Alliance moving project cargo for Project Panther

Photo JSI Alliance

Vessels operating within the recently established JSI Alliance, comprising Jumbo Maritime, SAL Heavy Lift and Intermarine, have been busy supporting the ongoing Project Panther in Nigeria. Multipurpose vessels Hanna and Calypso recently performed a double-banking in Onne as part of the project cargo delivery process for the oil and gas fields redevelopment project. 

JSI Alliance said that a total of three vessels are engaged currently in the Nigerian project. The Type 116 vessel Calypso is serving as a shuttle vessel to transfer cargo from the ships to the client’s offshore vessels in Warri, Nigeria. Calypso was selected for the job due to her remarkable lifting capabilities and shallow draft.

MV Hanna and MV Trina are involved in transporting cargo from ports in Denmark and the Netherlands to Nigeria.

JSI Alliance moving project cargo for Project Panther
Photo: JSI Alliance

“Such unique projects underscore JSI Alliance’s commitment to providing versatile solutions that meet our clients’ exacting standards, leveraging our diverse fleet to tackle any challenge,’ JSI Alliance said in a brief statement via social media.

Read also: A new heavy-lift shipping alliance sees the light of day

Project Panther is a collaborative effort between NNPC Limited and Chevron Nigeria Limited. It comprises ten fields that fall under OMLs 49, 90, and 95. The project aims to boost the production of the NNPCL/CNL joint venture, covering 37 development wells – 31 oil producers, one gas well, and five water injectors – across ten NNPCL/CNL JV fields from 2022 to 2026.

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