Slug Catcher

Branch in Charge:

Houston

 

Destination:

Kermit, Texas, USA

 

Cargo:

Slug Catcher

 

Volume:

89 FRT

Job description:

Using Hansa Meyer´s 10axle lines of Goldhofer /THP/DR, 2 Mack TD713 Heavy Duty Prime Movers, 2 escort service trucks and 2DPS police motorcycle outriders, the Slug Catcher was transported nearly 600 miles while navigating rail crossings and over 150 bridges.

Bear Creek Refinery

Branch in Charge:

Houston

 

Destination:

Killdeer, North Dakota, USA

 

Cargo:

1 Inlet Gas Receiver Boiler & 1 Product Surge Boiler.

 

Volume:

502 FRT & 729 FRT

Job description:

PV-150 Inlet Gas Receiver Boiler - 67´6´´x 16´1 x 15´11´´ weighing 360,800lbs.

PV-190 Product Surge Boiler -110´9´´x15´5´´x15´1´´ weighing 372,840lbs.

The operation, that took place at the Port of Houston, was to catch two boilers from ship hook (direct discharge) and transport them to a storage area inside the Port. They were transported via our equipment from dock side to lay down area. The Inlet Gas Receiver was received from the ship by our 16 Line Goldhofer THP SL and the Product Surge was received from ship by two 6 line self propelled Goldhofer PST SL-E. After storage, both boilers were transported from the port of Houston to Killdeer, MD.

Rigs

Branch in Charge:

Houston

 

Destination:

Houston, Texas, USA

 

Cargo:

4 x dismantled helicopter transportable land drilling rigs plus 2 x sets of drill string.

 

Volume:

15,000 CBM

Job description:

HMGT did a complete inventory and consolidated the rigs to get them ready for shipping. The rigs were transported from a storage yard outside of Manaus, Brazil to the Port of Manaus via barges. Once in Manaus, everything was staged at the port for shipment to Houston by charter vessel which was also organized by HMGT. Once the vessel arrived in Houston HMHH&R took over and moved all four rigs with our own equipment to our own storage yard. In total we moved 187 truck loads. The off loading was done with our own Liebherr Crane at our yard.