Pakistan Petroleum uses Sennebogen on gas site

By Laura Hatton08 April 2014

Pakistan Petroleum Ltd uses a Sennebogen HPC 40 for maintenance and unloading activity on the extens

Pakistan Petroleum Ltd uses a Sennebogen HPC 40 for maintenance and unloading activity on the extensive gas field in the province Baluchistan

Pakistan Petroleum Ltd (PPL), an oil and gas company, is using a truck mounted Sennebogen HPC 40 crane at an oil and gas site in Baluchistan, Southwest Pakistan.

The 40 tonne truck mounted crane is being used for lifting and service tasks as PPL pumps valuable raw gas from the Sui gas field. Jobs for the crane include lifted spare parts and material onto and off trucks.

A folding fly jib on the 30 metre telescopic boom gives an extra 13 m of reach. Power is from a 91 kW diesel engine and there is an additional 35 kN winch. The 3-axle chassis has 4-point outrigger supports for extra support. It also has the manufacturer's Maxcab operator cabin and additional lighting.

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