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Reported by Elia System Operator on 29 October 2018

Load out of the MOG jacket onto the barge in Vlissingen

On October 24, the jacket foundation of the offshore platform was successfully loaded onto the barge in Vlissingen.

(Courtesy of Elia System Operator)

The Jacket is 50 m tall and weighs approximately 1500 ton. The installation in the North Sea will take place during the first week of November, depending on the weather. The topside of the platform is scheduled to be installed in the second quarter of 2019. The offshore platform is part of the MOG project and will come into service before the end of September 2019.

References

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Elia System Operator. Press release - Load out of the MOG jacket onto the barge in Vlissingen. URL: http://www.elia.be/en/about-elia/newsroom/news/2018/20181029_Load-out-of-the-MOG.... [Date Accessed: 29/10/2018].

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