OREANDA-NEWS  On 23 October was announced, that offshore platform "MOSS CS-50" left “PO “Sevmash” water areas.

“Magnus” took in tow platform near Nikolsky buoy in the White Sea. After passing customs supervision at Arkhangelsk port "MOSS CS-50" is going to Great Britain shores.

It is already the second platform of such kind built at Sevmash by "Moss Mosvold Platforms AS" (Norway) request. On the 23rd of September object was transferred to the customer. The first platform was sent abroad last autumn.

”Today we carry on negotiations on the third and next platforms. We hope to receive orders also from Russian companies”, – said “PO “Sevmash” Director General Nikolay Kalistratov.

Automated design system was implemented, complex welds manufacturing procedures, large sections mounting procedures were developed to build “MOSS CS-50”. Such engineering solutions allowed completing platform pontoons with equipment, as well as assembling the whole structure afloat within 3.5 months. It is an optimal period for carrying out such operation at Russian shipyards.

”We are sure that Sevmash can build not only platforms with free deck but also complete drilling platforms”, – noticed Norwegian president of "Moss Maritime AS" Per Herbert Christensen.

Offshore platform MOSS CS-50 refers to the 6th generation of semi-submerged platforms. Dimensions: 118CH70Ч40 meters, weight 15 thousand tons. Platform is universal, built with free deck, where any equipment can be placed.