Saipem has been awarded the contract for the extraction of fuel oil cargo from the wreck of Prestige oil tanker. The oil tanker sunk offshore Galicia, Spain, to a depth of over 3800m, on 19th November 2002. The contract, of a total amount of approximately 60 million Euro, has been awarded by the Spanish oil company Repsol YPF, which is acting on behalf of the Spanish Administration. Saipem, an Eni Company, has been awarded the contract for the extraction of the fuel oil cargo from the wreck of the “Prestige”, the oil tanker sunk offshore Galicia, Spain, to a depth of over 3800m, on November 19, 2002
The Israeli Electricity company awarded contracts valued at US$ 100 million for the construction of a 30"
natural gas pipeline between Power stations along the meditearnean coast, from Ashdod to Dor, a total of 92 KM.
The water depth will be 30-40m and the pipeline will be in a trench. There will be connections to power stations and
desalination plants along the way. The pipelaying contractors will be Horizon Offshore Contractors, the pipe lengths will
be supplied by Corus (UK) and coated in Israel.
Published by www.nfc.co.il on the 24/2/2004 translated and summerized from Hebrew.
Hydro, on behalf of the Ormen Lange license group, has awarded AS Geoconsult a NOK 150 million
contract for marine survey services for the Ormen Lange field pipelines.
The contract comprises both seabed mapping services, plus the installation and maintenance of transponders.
Work on this contract will start mid-March and includes survey work along the planned pipeline route from the Ormen Lange field to the landfall at Nyhamna in Mid-Norway.
Aberdeen subsea survey and navigation equipment maker CDL has taken North Sea technology into another industry by landing a contract with Thames Water.
The work, which is about to start, involves profiling and video surveying of tunnels for the water group, using cameras and sonar systems developed by CDL and operating from a special remotely-operated raft being built by the Aberdeen firm.
Stolt Offshore S.A. (NasdaqNM: SOSA; Oslo Stock Exchange: STO) announced today the award of a contract from BP Angola
for the Engineering, Procurement, fabrication, and installation of umbilicals risers and flowlines on the Block 18,
Greater Plutonio field, offshore Angola.
The contract, worth $730 million in total, has been awarded to a consortium of Stolt Offshore and Technip, $550 million representing Stolt Offshore's share of the work.