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Neptune Energy and BP have awarded Seagull development contract to TechnipFMC. Seagull North Sea development is a 50 million barrel project. Under the scope of this deal, the EPC giant will provide engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) services in a Target Cost contract. The offshore construction campaign is slated for commencement in the second quarter of 2020.
Halfwave, a pipeline inspection company has won four contracts for subsea inspection in the first half of 2019. The company's ROV mounted ARTEMIS tool is gaining popularity and is being deployed across major oilfield projects globally. "These major contracts show Acoustic Resonance Technology is fast becoming the preferred technology for pipeline inspection", said Halfwave's CEO.
Chevron-McDermott joint venture, Chevron Lummus Global (CLG) has landed the license and engineering contracts for a Lubricants Base Oil plant at Haldia Refinery in India. CLG will deploy its proprietary ISODEWAXING and ISOFINISHING technologies at the 270 TMTPA plant. The newly-designed unit will process unconverted oil from an upstream hydrocracking unit to yield premium API Group III base oils.
Pacific Santa Ana, Ltd. has awarded a contract worth $20 million to Expro. Pacific Santa Ana is the subsidiary of Pacific Drilling LLC. Under this contract, Expro will provide an Intervention Riser System (IRS) for Petronas’ Chinguetti Field Phase II plug. Moreover, Expro will be supported by Worldwide Oilfield Machine with the provision of the subsea well access system and technical support team.
McDermott International has secured a FEED contract from Total Oman E&P Development in partnership with Oman Oil Company S.O.A.C. This contract is for the Sohar LNG bunkering project in Oman and the work will start immediately. Senior VP of McDermott said, "This award is a reflection of McDermott's 60-year history of delivering innovative LNG solutions worldwide, beginning with our tank storage solutions in the 1950s, to our liquefaction capabilities today".
McDermott International has secured an EPCI contract for the Gas-Oil Separation Plant (GOSP) for the Package 1 of Saudi Aramco's Marjan Increment Development Mega-Project. The approximately $3 billion contract will require McDermott to deploy an integrated execution model exploiting its extensive global assets and facilities. The Package 1 GOSP separation platform is situated offshore the Arabian Gulf.
Aberdeen-based Sparrows Group has secured its first contract to deliver rigging loft maintenance services in Qatar. Under the 4 year-contract, Sparrows will carry out the refurbishment, repair, load test and recertification of rigging lofts and contents. The company will deliver services through its newly established rigging loft management workshop within its Qatar facility.
Oilfield services giant, Halliburton has secured an integrated offshore drilling services contract from Kuwait Oil Company. The contract pertains to exploration well in the Arabian Gulf. Halliburton will provide and manage drilling, fluids, wireline and perforating, well testing, coring, cementing, coiled tubing, and all offshore logistical services. The contract also requires Halliburton to deliver the offshore rigs and supply vessels for the project.
L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering, yesterday, informed in a regulatory filing about landing twin orders from oil major, ONGC. The contract requires L&T to carry out EPCIC services for the development of Heera Panna block and Mumbai High South field of the western offshore basin near Mumbai. L&T secured the contracts through international competitive bidding.
4D seismic survey for Tyra, Tyra SE and Roar fields of Total has been awarded to Shearwater GeoServices. This survey will be performed by Shearwater’s SW Amundsen vessel. The company has 20 years of experience in 4D source and streamer position, fleet and towing equipment, and sensor technologies. “We are pleased to see Total’s selection of the Isometrix multi-sensor acquisition system for their North Sea 4D season", said Shearwater's CEO.
Drilling services provider, ADES has landed a two-year contract for its Admarine IV offshore jack-up rig. The contract award comes from an energy company in Egypt. CEO, ADES said: “Award of a new contract with a leading Egyptian energy company reinforces the strength of ADES’ business model that focuses on providing tailored solutions and superior services in a highly competitive market.
McDermott has received a contract from energy supermajor Saudi Aramco. The contract is for engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) services in the Marjan and Zuluf fields in Saudi Arabia. The project will be carried out by McDermott's Al Khobar office and Dammam fabrication facility. The project will start immediately and will be reflected in the second-quarter 2019 backlog of McDermott.
EPC giant, TechnipFMC has landed subsea contracts for Anadarko’s Mozambique LNG Project. Valued at over $1 billion, the contract will require TechnipFMC to work in collaboration with Van Oord and Allseas to carry out the EPCI of the subsea hardware system. TechnipFMC also bagged separate contracts through its subsidiary FMCTI to deliver subsea hardware to support well construction and the EPCI scope.
Malaysian process equipment manufacturer, KNM Group Bhd has landed two contracts worth a combined sum of about RM27.71mil through its subsidiaries. As part of the first contract, the firm will supply air cooler heat exchangers to the Petroleum Refinery and Polypropylene Plant in Nigeria. The second contract will see the firm delivering replacement heat exchangers to Khor Al Zubair’s gas processing plant in Iraq.
Chinese E&P giant, CNOOC has awarded a contract extension to Maersk Drilling for the Maersk Innovator to perform drilling activities at the Buzzard field. An ultra-harsh environment jack-up rig, the Maersk Innovator will continue to drill infill wells in the North Sea until February 2020. Hydrocarbons were discovered in the Buzzard field back in 2001. CNOOC expects first oil from Phase 2 in 2021.
Aberdeen-based Well-Safe Solutions has secured a major decommissioning contract of 21 wells on Schooner and Ketch fields in the UKCS. Operated by DNO North Sea (ROGB) Limited, production ceased in Schooner and Ketch fields last August. The contract terms require Well-Safe to deliver engineering, contractor management and logistic services, with DNO holding well operatorship.
Brazilian state-owned Petrobras has awarded the FPSO contract for the Mero field to SBM Offshore. The contract will require the Dutch FPSO specialist to design and operate the 180,000 barrels of oil per day (bopd) FPSO Mero 2. Scheduled for delivery in 2022, the FPSO Mero 2 vessel will leverage SBM Offshore’s Fast4Ward programme. The programme integrates the firm’s novel built, multi-purpose hull with numerous standardized topsides modules.
Subsea engineering expert, Oceaneering International, has bagged a deepwater AUV survey contract in the Gulf of Mexico, which will also be the first ever deepwater survey by an AUV. The contract pertains to BHP’s Trion development, for which Oceaneering will deploy the DP-2 Ocean Investigator, equipped with its OS-VI AUV and light geotechnical capabilities.