Uptime walk to work for Equinor at Oseberg H

Island Offshore have forwarded these nice pictures from Oseberg H where their vessel Island Clipper with our Uptime 23,4m amc gangway are doing safe walk to work transfer for Equinor .

Uptime 23,4m active motion compensated gangway is worlds first gangway that have achieved Equinor TRL7 approval for motion compensated gangways(2017). TRL 7 is Statoil’s highest technology readiness level.

Island Clipper with Uptime 23,4m amc gangway
Island Clipper doing safe walk to work at Oseberg H for Equinor
Equinor staff ready for safe walk to work transfer

Uptime gangway on worlds largest crane vessel

Heerema Sleipnir is designed for worldwide offshore heavy lifting. It is equipped with two cranes of 10,000 metric tonnes lifting capacity each and a reinforced deck area of 220 meters in length and 102 meters in width, which make it the largest crane vessel in the world.

Heerema Sleipnir – photo: Heerema
Uptime team doing commissioning on Heerema Sleipnir – Photo Oddbjørn Førland

Gangway mounted is our Uptime 42,5m gangway purchased by Heerema in the 80`s to be used for different project at convenience.

Uptime gangway mounted and ready for walk to work transfer – Photo Oddbjørn Førland

Uptime sponsor of Industry leader 2020 award

Uptime International as a proud sponsor is pleased to announce that Offshore Support Journal (“OSJ”), a British magazine and organizer of conferences for the offshore services sector, has named Henriette Hallberg Thygesen, Chairwoman of Maersk Supply Service winner of the «Industry Leader» award amongst 50 nominated industry leaders world-wide.

 2020 Industry leader winner Henriette Thygesen with the award handed over by Uptime International representative Svein Ove Haugen on the right and last year winner Seacor Marine Holdings chief executive John Gellert on the left

Henriette Thygesen was appointed chairwoman of the board of MSS on 1 June 2019. A shipping industry veteran with more than 25 years’ experience, Ms Thygesen joined AP-Moller-Maersk as a management trainee in 1994.

Ms Thygesen said the award was not hers, but belonged to the entire company.

“I do feel it’s not really my award. It is an award that belongs to the employees of Maersk Supply and the leadership of Maersk Supply,” she said. “It’s a recognition of all the hard work that’s been done over the past years to transform the company in very tough times. It’s required a lot of stamina and a lot of creativity, and I see my role as chairman of the board to support that.”