Norway

150,000 liters of diesel removed from KNM Helge Ingstad

During the weekend, the Armed Forces have emptied three fuel tanks from the failed frigate KNM Helge Ingstad. Thus, they are soon halfway through the drainage process.

Monday morning, the Coast Administration announces that the defendant’s incumbent company Subseapartner has emptied approximately 150 cubic meters of marine diesel, ie 150,000 liters. This weekend the defense calculated that there were 385 cubic meters of diesel left in mind.

At the same time as the diesel tanks are emptied, the Norwegian Coastal Administration’s oil tanker OV Utvar has taken up about 13 cubic meters of oil mixture from the casualties during the weekend.

The area is expected to be fine both Monday and Tuesday, and work will continue.

The defense states that there have been less movements in the ship in the last 24 hours.

– A dive operation was introduced at 17 o’clock on Sunday because of the change in the crank angle of the vessel. During the last 12 hours, the vessel movements have been minimal and one aims to resume diving operations in the morning hours, the Armed Forces writes .

(© NTB)

Show More

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *