The only thing is that assuming I have to send it out, It'll be forever and I wont have a radar for a while. On Sunday, 18 May 2014, the bridge and flare modules set sail, also destined for the Nexen Petroleum-operated Golden Eagle field, where Saipem's S7000 heavy lift vessel will position the modules onto the main deck structure, which is shortly due to be installed onto the jacket. Discovery of the North Sea oil fields Golden Eagle field was discovered in 2007 and the Peregrine field in 2008. The Golden Eagle area includes Nexen's 34% operated interest in both the Golden Eagle and Hobby discoveries and its 46% operated interest in the Pink discovery. It includes facilities for processing hydrocarbon fluids, an accommodation module and utility systems.
Use the radar as it was designed, within established practice and policy, and not try making it do something it wasn't programmed for and you'll be far happier with it. I've found the same direction mode to be practically useless, certainly nothing I would even consider writing given the major inconsistencies I've seen with it. I dont know if I missed the explanation during all my training courses or certifications or not so it may be just me. Fairstar Heavy Transport was assigned by Saipem to provide transportation services. © 2016 Society of Petroleum Engineers, Aberdeen Section. Nexen has a 72% operated working interest in the field.
The contract also covers services to Nexen's Golden Eagle area development which is expected to come on stream in 2015. Is there a way to track a vehicle same direction at speeds above 80-90? Mine was not hooked up to my speedo for the first year of operation and I got all sorts of errors. The field came on-stream in October 2014, via a wellhead platform, a production and utilities platform and two subsea templates. Posting approval may take a few business days. Proven and probable reserves of 140 million barrels of oil equivalent are expected to be recovered from the project over a period of 18 years.
For example: I'm cruising at around 45 mph and tracking a car coming at me at or around the same speed in a posted 40 zone. But it's just an instrument designed by men, it has some limits due to costs cutting, some limits due to lack of knowledge or technology, and some limits progerammed into it by design. The subsea wells are linked to a pipeline end manifold, which in turn are connected to the platform complex through umbilicals and flowlines. Talons are basically entry level but rarely fail, that I've seen anyways. I'll take Kustom equipment over any other I've seen. That drives me nuts when I'm tryin to track a car that I know is toolin down the road and its adding their speed with mine and displaying some ridiculous number in the patrol speed box. For further information contact: Carolyn Smith, Corporate Communications Director - Eastern Hemisphere, Wood Group Tel: 01224 851099, email: Bobbie Ireland, Corporate Communications Director - Western Hemisphere, Wood Group Tel: +1 281 828-3505, email:.
We are delighted to have secured an extension to this significant contract. Combined with our involvement in the hook up and commissioning of the Golden Eagle development project, this award underlines the strength of our relationship with Nexen. We use Golden Eagle front and rear antennas. Work is proceeding as planned and the platform jacket was successfully installed earlier this week. Not to sound dumb but where do you hook up to the speedo at? It has never been in for service. This prospect has been defined as part of the Golden Eagle field.
It is being executed by the operator, Nexen, holding a 36. If they are out front, I'ld have to slow and let them be pulling away and then I have a great pace without any chance of screwing it up. It tracks good and the range is fine but same direction dosent always work. I certainly wouldn't be writing anyone in that case. . Our Stalker duals would give weird readings in moving, especially when the hold is just released.
I've also used Stalker duals, which I like better and also used Talons. We are delighted to have secured an extension to this significant contract. Mech-Tool supplied a laboratory module for installation on the production platform. I can't say I have ever seen what you describe there. We are delighted for the opportunity to build on this strong partnership, and will continue to work closely with Nexen to achieve timely project deliverables, to the high levels of quality, safety, and environmental standards for which we are renowned. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Golden Eagles for some reason are prone to doubling speeds.
Does anyone find that Gold Eagles double the target vehicle's speeds way too often? The 2000 tonne module, which will provide living accommodation for 140 people, had been loaded onto sea-going barges earlier this month, as had the 550 tonne, 70 metre long bridge and a 220 tonne flare boom for the same project. The Bridge has a span of approximately 70 metres with an estimated weight of 550 tonnes. Basically what I'm saying is that its useless above 80 or so. Mounting them too close to the car skews reception so that range near straight ahead is deminished, just like with that front inside antenna mounted near the dash. Very few errors now and I can actually use same direction as long as there aren't other cars around the target vehicle.
A wellhead platform and a production, utility, and living quarters platform will be connected by a 70-m 229-ft bridge, at a location roughly 110 km 68 mi northeast of Aberdeen. If I whip around on someone running 80+, I'm in triple digits by the time I close in and same direction, no matter the mode, fast or slow, does anything. The Peregrine field was discovered in 2008. You are running 45 in a 40 zone, 45 displayed in patrol display, meeting a single vehicle coming the other way and it's running 50 and 50 is displayed in target display, and you also get a third reading of 60 in the fast box? Golden Eagles do some quirky stuff and at times, I'm not sure why. It's same direction works at all lawful speeds and somewhat higher, there is no need for it to be working same direction at 80-90 as there are no limits that high and it is pretty standard among departments that have a policy that radar will not be used for enforcement whenthe pattrol vehicle is traveling in excess of the limits. If it's not working properly, there is a reason and the radio shop should look at it.
I do appreciate the responses. First production was achieved in November 2014 at the rate of 18,000 barrels of oil a day bopd. They pay me to do it their way after all? If one of your antennas is acting up, it'll only get worse. Half the time it tracks accurately and the other half, its odd readings. Exportation of produced oil and contractors Oil produced from the field is exported either to the Forties Pipeline System through a tie-in at the Buzzard field by a new 20km pipeline, or to the Flotta terminal through a tie-in at the Claymore field through a new 75km pipeline. Nexen operates both Ettrick and Blackbird, with a 79.