THE world's largest heavy lift vessel called at the Port of Tyne to pick up a number of offshore modules from IHC Engineering Business (IHC) based at the port.
What does HLV stand for?
HLV stands for Heavy Lift Vessel
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- Husker Linux Users Group (University of Nebraska–Lincoln)
- Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (Philippines)
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- Hartwick, Ladora, and Victor (Community School; Iowa)
- Hasta La Vista
- Hazard Limiting Value
- Header Lower Valve
- Heavy Lift Vehicle
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The projected workload is expected to exceed the capacities of the existing heavy lift vessel fleet and onshore deconstruction facilities.
With this addition, OSC now operates a diversified fleet of 29 vessels comprising 10 VLCCs, one VLGC, 7 LNG carriers, 4 chemical carriers, four product tankers, two Multipurpose Heavy Lift Vessels and one Supramax Bulk Carrier.
Nanayakkara said Bertling has its own fleet of ships, including heavy lift vessels, and can provide the specialised heavy lift skills needed for post-war Sri Lanka where such skills are in short supply.
These heavy lift vessels will transport dynamic umbilicals from Houston and additional flexible risers spooled in carrousel and on reels with associated buoyancy modules to enhance the operations offshore.
Some equipment was then mobilised to Holland for wet testing and WROV familiarisation during February 2009 following which the full equipment spread was mobilised to the Heerema heavy lift vessel Hermod in mid-March of the year.