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Offshore energy

The long term growing demand for energy is driving an increase in oil and gas exploration and production, as well as the need for renewable energy solutions. With safety as our core value, Boskalis provides a unique range of offshore services. Realizing projects in remote locations – with heightened environmental focus – is one of our specialties. We deliver services throughout the oil and gas life cycle - from exploration to production right through to decommissioning. We cover maritime and subsea transport, installation and inspection, repair and maintenance (IRM) services.

What sets us apart

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Our commitment to safety and sustainability

Both our progressive safety program and our environmental expertise are held in high regard.

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A team built around your needs

With 10,700 experts, Boskalis has the resources to build a global team to meet the challenges you face.

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Our ability to manage complexity

Involve us early on and we can significantly improve your processes, mitigate risks and minimize uncertainties.

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Unique range of integrated maritime services

Through optimal deployment of our expertise, vessels and activities, we realize complex projects around the world.

The future doesn't stop in 2050

Change means opportunities for new technology
which is exactly what the energy sector needs now.
Jeroen van der Veer, former Shell CEO, explains in
our Creating New HORIZONS magazine.

Our projects

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Pipeline survey and freespan correction, Bach Ho

The Bach Ho Gas Pipeline is located at the South Coast of Vietnam in the province of Vung Tau and comprises a 16" pipeline installed in 1994. The 16" pipeline is one of the main production lines of Petrovietnam Gas Company (PVGAS) and important for the supply of natural gas to electrical power plants, production and export of LPG and other domestic users.

Gas pipeline project, Trans Thailand Malaysia

The Trans Thailand Malaysia Gas Pipeline Project comprised the installation of a 34 inch concrete coated gas pipeline, running from the joint Thai-Malaysia development area approximately 270 kilometers offshore towards the southern Thai coast near Chana. As part of this project a contract was awarded to the Boskalis Offshore B.V. - Tideway B.V. consortium for the provision of the dredging and backfilling works, whereas Boskalis Offshore provided the main equipment and project support.

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Shore approach and landfall works, Libyan gas transmission system

West Libya aimed to enhance its position in the supply of continental Europe's energy needs. As the demand for cleaner energy was rising and gas consumption in Italy wasexpected to increase, Libya and Italy found common ground for cooperation. Construction of a 700 million USD gas treatment plant in Mellitah was the centrepiece of this West Libya gas project. The Mellitah plant is supplied with gas from the desert Wafa field, 520 kilometers south-west of Tripoli, and from the offshore Bahr Essalam field, 110 kilometers north of Tripoli.

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Glory hole excavation, White Rose

The White Rose offshore oil field is the third major oil field in the Jeanne d’Arc Basin on the Grand Banks, some 350 kilometers east of St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada and within 50 kilometers from the Terra Nova and Hibernia fields. The South White Rose oil pool covers approximately 40 square kilometers and contains an estimated 200-250 million barrels of recoverable oil.

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Dredging and backfilling, TSEP

In order to increase the production capacity from the gas condensate fields located off the North West Coast of Western Australia, Woodside Energy Limited, on behalf of the North West Shelf JV Participants, has realized the installation of a multiphase subsea 42" pipeline. The new trunkline supplements an existing 40" pipeline, which conveys gas/condensate from the North West Shelf fields - North Rankin, Goodwyn and Cossack/Wanaea - to onshore treatment facilities located on the Burrup Peninsula near Dampier, Western Australia.

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Seabed preparations, PGN

The pipeline between Pulau Pemping, Indonesia, and Pulau Sakra, Singapore, is the final link of the transportation system for natural gas from onshore fields on South Sumatra to Singapore. The successful completion of the Engineering, Procurement and Construction contracts for the 27-kilometers 28-inch gas pipeline with a 96-core fibre optic cable in one of the busiest ports and shipping traffic zones of the world marked a milestone for Boskalis. The scope of work comprised not only seabed preparations and protective rock berm installation - Boskalis Offshore core activities - but also pipeline manufacturing and installation.