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Technip awarded 2 contracts by Norsk Hydro

Technip has been awarded by Norsk Hydro two engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning (EPIC) contracts worth around €147 million (NOK 1.2 billion) combined, for tie-ins from Fram East field to Troll C and from Vilje to Alvheim, on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. The contracts include engineering, fabrication, installation and pre-commissioning of sub sea umbilicals, risers and flowlines, tie-ins, manifold installation and sub sea equipment protection work.

CONTRACT AWARDS

Technip and Subsea 7 awarded contract

Technip and Subsea 7 awarded contract for the deepwater Roncador field development in Brazil


Technip, in association with Subsea 7, has been awarded by Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) an engineering, procurement, installation and construction contract worth around US$ 500 million (approximately US$ 350 million Technip’s share). The contract includes the design, manufacture and installation of flexible risers and flowlines and the installation of umbilicals and jumpers for the tie-back of approximately 30 production and injection wells to the P-52 platform. The project is located in down to 2,000 meter water depth in the Roncador field in the Campos Basin.

CONTRACT AWARDS

Ormen Lange trenching contract awarded

Hydro, on behalf of the Ormen Lange license group, has awarded a contract for trenching services to Nexans Norway AS worth approximately NOK 180 million, including options.

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AMEC to tie Tweedsmuir back to Piper

Oilfield construction outfit, AMEC, has been awarded a contract by Talisman Energy to alter the Piper B platform to take on oil and gas from the Tweedsmuir field in the central North Sea.

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Hamilton Sundstrand Awards Contract to Oceaneering

Oceaneering International, Inc. announced that its Oceaneering Space Systems division has been awarded a contract from Hamilton Sundstrand Space Systems, Inc. for maintaining, upgrading, and replenishing NASA’s inventory of astronaut extravehicular activity (EVA) tools and crew aids for working in space.

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Australian Success for Subsea 7 IRT

The Integrated Remote Technologies (IRT) division of global contractor, Subsea 7, today announced a contract award from Woodside for the provision of Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) services and personnel.  The contract will comprise all Woodside projects for the next 12 months and is valued in the region of US$750,000.

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SES Took Delivery of its 4th TrackLink System

sales writes:  
Leading equipment hire company Survey Equipment Services (SES) Inc., Houston, Texas, has recently taken delivery of its fourth TrackLink 1500HA USBL positioning system from LinkQuest Inc. The purchase has been made by SES to expand its existing pool of TrackLink 1500 systems to satisfy strong customer demand in North and South Americas.

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iXSea signs €1.5m deal with French Navy

iXSea today (26th January) announced that a contract for €1.5m has been signed with DCN (Direction des Constructions Navales ) on behalf of the French Navy. This contract is the second part of a large contract signed last year and will involve equipping OCTANS and PHINS products for navigational and combat systems on different types of French Navy surface vessels.

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Technip Awarded First Spar Platform in Malaysia for the Kikeh Field

Technip has been awarded a contract by Murphy Oil Corporation, for the engineering, construction and installation of a Spar floating production platform complete with topsides facilities, hull, mooring system and riser/wellhead systems for the Kikeh Area Development located in 1,330 m water depth offshore Sabah, Malaysia. Kikeh will be the first deepwater development in Malaysia.

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Technip Awarded Pipeline Contract for Caledonia's Johnston Dev in UK North Sea

Technip has been awarded an engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning (EPCI) contract by Caledonia E.U Limited for the development of the Johnston field in the Southern part of the North Sea. The contract, valued at around GBP 7 million (EUR 10 million) requires the J4 production well to be tied back to the existing Johnston sub sea manifold, which is located 400km South East of Aberdeen. This is Caledonia's first field development project since their formation in 2003.

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