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Tenaris and Subsea 7 have signed agreement for supply of pipes and coating services for Bacalhau project, operated by Equinor and located 185 km (115 miles) off the coast of São Paulo in Brazil. The agreement includes provision of 75 km of seamless pipes for risers and flowlines that will be manufactured at Dalmine, Tenaris’s seamless pipe mill in Italy.
Subsea 7 has landed Aker BP's contract for the Hod Field Development Project in the southern part of the Norwegian North Sea. Under the scope of the contract, the offshore installation and construction firm will provide engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) for pipelines, umbilicals, as well as tie-ins using vessels from its own fleet.
Sutton-based engineering, construction and services, Subsea 7 has landed a contract to deliver services to support Chevron's Anchor field operations, in the US Gulf of Mexico. The contract requires Subsea 7 to offer project management, engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) of subsea umbilicals, risers, and flowlines (SURF) components, flying leads, and jumpers. The Anchor oil and gas field is jointly owned by Chevron (62.86%) and Total (37.14%).
Canadian Oilifled firm, Shawcor Ltd has entered into a contract with Subsea 7 through its pipe coating division, to deliver thermal insulation coating services for the Woodside Sangomar Offshore Project in Senegal. The contract, valued at CAD$30-$50 million, will see Shawcor providing the required services from its Orkanger, Norway facility. The work will commence in the first quarter of 2021 and slated for execution in 2Q2021.
Subsea 7 has secured the subsea installation service contract from Chevron for the at the St. Malo field. The contract terms require Subsea 7 to provide project management, engineering, procurement, construction and installation services for the multiphase pump system at the field. The St. Malo field in Gulf of Mexico is a 14-mile water injection flowline system, which includes a Swagelining polymer lined flowline, and the water injection control system.
Subsea 7 has landed three EPCI contracts from state-run Saudi Aramco. Subsea 7 will carry out the contracts with India’s L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering. The contract requires the firms to perform EPCI works for a total of 28 jackets involving eight new jackets to be instated in the Marjan and Zuluf fields, ten jackets in the Safaniya and Zuluf fields and another ten Jackets in the Zuluf and Ribyan fields.
"Total E&P has awarded Subsea 7 with a contract for the development of the Lapa North East field in Brazil. The contract will require Subsea 7 to transport, install and pre-commission 35km of flexible pipelines, apart from 20kms of umbilical, connecting five wells to the FPSO, Cidade de Caraguatatuba. The Lapa field is operated by Total E&P Brasil, where Shell and Repsol-Sinopec are partners."
Equinor has awarded subsea pipelines and marine operations contract. The contract pertains to phase two of the Johan Sverdrup project. Subsea 7 will be required to install 100 kms of infield pipelines and 25 spools, apart from installing umbilicals and carry out “marine operations”. The award is built upon successful delivery and installation of several subsea components and tie-in of pipelines by Subsea 7 in phase one.
UK-based Subsea 7 has awarded two contracts to ACE Winches for the provision of linear winch pull-in systems to be utilized in two Gulf of Mexico projects. While the first contract pertains to the Shell Vito project, the other contract is for BP’s Mad Dog Phase 2 project. ACE Winches’ linear winching system design lowers the winch deck footprint and deck structure loadings for riser installations.
Subsea 7 has inked a multi-million pound contract with BP. Under the scope of this contract, Subsea 7 will provide subsea construction, inspection, repair and maintenance services. The exact value of the deal has not been disclosed but is expected to be worth around £110-£225 million. The contract covers all the assets of BP in the North Sea and west of Shetland.
Australian oil and gas major, Woodside yesterday informed about awarding four contracts related to FEED activities for the Scarborough Project offshore Western Australia. Woodside awarded the separate contracts to McDermott Australia, Subsea Integration Alliance, Saipem Australia and Intecsea. In the initial phase, Woodside will fund each awarded contract, without any financial support from BHP, which has 25% interest in the joint venture. Scarborough Project is estimated to cost US$11 billion.
A consortium of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) Hydrocarbon Engineering and Subsea 7 secured two projects from the state-owned Saudi Aramco. In a regulatory filing, LTHE said that the scope of work includes EPCI services for three oil production deck manifolds and subsea pipelines in Saudi Aramco’s Zuluf and Berri fields. This is the fifth in the line of awards for the consortium.
Supermajor, ExxonMobil and its joint venture partner BHP have made a final investment decision (FID) on the development of the West Barracouta gas field, offshore Victoria, Australia. FEED work for the project has already been concluded and subsequently, contracts were awarded to Subsea 7 and OneSubsea. The project aims at boosting domestic gas supplies in Victoria. A report published by Australian Energy Market Operator dictates looming gas shortage in Victoria by 2022.
Subsea 7 has secured contract extension of three years with seven North Sea clients. Chevron, Dana Petroleum, Hess Denmark APS, Nexen Petroleum UK, Repsol Sinopec Resources UK, Shell and TAQA Bratani are the companies that have agreed on contract extension. Subsea 7 will continue providing diving support vessel services and also associated project management and engineering services for up to 50 offshore facilities of North Sea.
Subsea installation monitoring project for Subsea 7 has been completed by the subsea equipment specialist, Ashtead Technology. This project was in support of Utgard development of Equinor. i-Tech awarded this contract to Ashtead on behalf of Subsea 7. Deflection Monitoring System (DMS) was used for capturing important data that can assist in the installation of subsea template safely.
The Burullus Gas Company has awarded Subsea 7 an engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning (EPIC) contract for the West Delta Deep Marine, offshore Egypt. The extent of the contract includes the use of umbilicals and flexible flowlines for connecting six new wells into already present subsea facilities. Offshore work is expected to begin in the second half of 2019 while project management and detailed engineering work has already been initiated.