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Mammoet Russia delivered two heavy and oversized columns to the Gazprom Neft Moscow refinery.


Mammoet Russia has delivered two heavy and oversized columns to the Gazprom Neft Moscow refinery modernisation project.


s part of a factory-to- foundation project for Russia’s Gazprom Neft,


standard fuels and refined products.


Mammoet Russia delivered two heavy and oversized columns to the Gazprom Neft Moscow refinery. The components will be used for the construction of the refinery’s combined Euro-5 emissions facility.


The vacuum column and the atmospheric distillation column will form part of the primary refining unit, says Mammoet, and will be used for producing Euro-5 emission


Combi Lift delivers for Gazprom


Combi Lift has begun delivering tugs and barges that will be used in the construction of Gazprom’s Amur gas processing plant (GPP) in Russia on behalf of the project’s EPC contractor, Linde. Combi Lift has cooperated with SAL Heavy Lift, also part of the Harren & Partner group, to transport eight custom-built Damen tugs from the Netherlands to Russia. SAL’s Type 161B vessel Annette loaded eight newly built tugs in the Waalhaven in the port of Rotterdam. The four Amur River tugs and four Zeya River shallow draught tugs will be shipped to


24 May/June 2018


SAL Heavy Lift departing Rotterdam.


De-Kastri, Russia, where they will be used in the Gazprom Amur GPP project.


The Amur River tugs, measuring 24.88 m x


11.97 m x 10.3 m and weighing 272 tonnes each, and the Zeya River shallow draught tugs, measuring


25.9 m x 8.5 m x 8.3 m and weighing 150 tonnes each, were stowed on deck with an overhang of up to 2.6 m to each side. At the same time, customised barges and side floaters will be shipped from Damen Yichang via Shanghai to De-Kastri.


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Both measuring more than 50 m in length and weighing up to 700 tons (635 tonnes), Mammoet transported the components from Petrozavodsk and Volgodonsk to the production site in several sections.


The vacuum column, which was 12 m in diameter, was transported in seven sections, each measuring 7 m; the atmospheric distillation column was transported in three


Mammoet delivers to Moscow refinery A


sections, the largest of which measured 30 m in length. While the components were transported from different areas of Russia, Mammoet says it had


Mammoet transported the components from Petrozavodsk and Volgodonsk to the production site in several sections.


to overcome the same obstacles for the road transport of both units. Along the route from Petrozavodsk and Volgodonsk, Mammoet lifted and dismantled power lines to allow safe passage of the convoy.


Upon arrival at the jetties in


the respective Russian cities, each column was loaded onto a barge for onward transportation to a berth in Besedi, 17 km from the final destination in Moscow. The columns were subsequently rolled off the barge and transported to the site using modular trailers.


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