ExxonMobil contracted Conbit for the offshore flare tip replacement project West Kingfish (WKF) platform.
ExxonMobil requested Conbit to offer its specialist service in the field of flare tip replacements. They were chosen because of their well-established handling methodology and reputation for many flare tip replacements all over the world.
Conbit explained the handling method, which is used for many flare tip replacements all over the world as a more favourable method due to its cost-effectiveness and flexibility.
After reviewing the available information, Conbit was confident of the feasibility to use a mechanical handling method for the replacement of the flare tip.

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