It was the 24th Oct 2017 when I arrived in Geoje. Typhoon Saola had already made its name known within the SHI shipyard. The sailing was delayed to the 31st and I signed on the lead tug Terasea Eagle just one night before. My name is Captain Seagull aka James Teo and this is my log.
“This year we had three major projects in Australian waters,” says Eric, “These were the Ichthys CPF, Ichthys FPSO and the Shell Prelude FLNG. Each of them were major undertakings and have been ground-breaking in their own right."
Posh Terasea is proud to have supported the towing and positioning of the Ichthys Explorer CPF, the world's largest semi-submersible platform, and the Ichthys Venturer FPSO.
Our involvement in the Inpex-operated Ichthys LNG Project is testament to our proven track record in providing best-in-class offshore marine solutions.
Posh Terasea's powerful tugboats pull Shell’s floating liquefied natural gas facility 5,800 kilometres from South Korea to Western Australia on 29 June 2017.
The largest semi-submersible platform ever built, the Ichtys Explorer is the crown jewel of INPEX's offshore Liquefied Natural Gas ("LNG") Ichthys Project. We are proud to have the successful execution of this milestone project added to our operational credentials.
The sun rose on the 27th February to see Terasea Hawk departing Labuan anchorage towing GSF RIG 140. She was due for a medium length voyage, to Zhoushan in China. By mid afternoon, Terasea was full away with the Rig 140.
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