Subsea 7 S.A. announced today the award of the Fossekall-Dompap Marine Installation and Pipelay Contract with an approximate value of $180 million from Statoil, close to the Norne FPSO in the Norwegian Sea.
The contract scope includes transport and installation of 2 of 4 slots Integrated Template Structures (ITS) at the Fossekall Field, and 1 of 4 slots ITS at the Dompap Field, fabrication and installation of the 25.7km long 12"/14" ID insulated production pipeline with Direct Electrical Heating (DEH) piggyback cable from Norne FPSO to Dompap and an in-line Tee at Fossekall. The scope also includes installation of manifolds, flexible flowlines and jumpers, flexible riser, dynamic and static umbilicals, electrical cable, DEH riser, DEH feeder cable system and tie-in and pre-commissioning of the full system.
The scope of work comprises of project management and engineering as well as design, fabrication and procurement of GRP Covers, Riser Base, PLET, in-line Tee and linepipe coating.
Engineering will commence immediately, with all offshore operations to be performed during 2012.
Stuart Fitzgerald, Subsea 7's VP, Norway, said: "I am delighted that Statoil has chosen Subsea 7 to execute this significant project. The award builds on our successful and long-standing partnership with Statoil, which continues to create sustainable value for both parties through integrated working and alignment of interests and expertise. We look forward to helping to bring this important development on-stream in a safe and timely manner."