Heerema Aegir- March 2017

Heerema Marine Contractors’ (HMC) Aegir, is a deep water vessel that made its first port call in the U.S. on its maiden voyage from the Netherlands to CORE Industries private port facility, Theodore Industrial Port, in March 2014. The Aegir returned in March 2017 when HMC commissioned CORE industries for several facility services. Those services included a detailed painting scope, several crane lifts, yard and facility shore base services, and long term storage. CORE provided all the necessary means to get the project finished successfully.

The Aegir returned in August 2017 to begin load out of the items that were previously left on site in CORE industries long term storage facility.


Technip PDVSA Reel Load Out

Technip, who is a global leader in the oil and gas industry, hired CORE to load out 5 reels and many other items to an ocean going barge - San Miguel in July 2016 - August 2016. Due to Technip’s long term relationship and proximity to CORE industries, on July 18, 2016, CORE began working in conjunction with Technip and assisting them with multiple job testing equipment pieces for load out. Once the items had been tested, the inland barge had been discharged and the ocean going barge arrived, CORE began the load out and preparation for the barge going to Venezuela. CORE loaded 5 reels along with multiple other items onto the barge. The reels weighed approximately 117.35 tons, 108.85 tons, 136.9 tons, 158.7, and 150.05 tons.

CORE provided the necessary manpower and shore side services to assist in the successful work. CORE also provided welders, cranes, riggers, day and night shifts and other services. Work continued until August 5, 2016 when the offshore barge sailed to Trinidad.