Finance & Investing
News Services
Newsletters
Get free industry updates via email.
Daily News
Weekly News
Equipment Updates
Weekly Job Register
Monthly Event Guide
Our privacy
pledge.


advertisement

BP Hands Mad Dog Subsea Deal to FMC Technologies

change text size

FMC Technologies Inc. and BP plc have inked a deal for the manufacture and supply of subsea equipment to for the Mad Dog Phase Two field development in the Gulf of Mexico.

FMC will supply subsea trees, manifolds and jumper equipment.

"Mad Dog Phase 2 is the first project awarded under our global agreement with BP to provide technologies and services for their worldwide subsea development projects," said Tore Halvorsen, FMC Technologies' senior vice president of Subsea Technologies, in a released statement. "We have a long history of supporting BP's global offshore technology requirements, and today's announcement expands our support of their Gulf of Mexico projects."

Discovered in December 1998, Mad Dog is currently being extended through a second phase of development. The project includes developing 33 wet wells, 19 production and 14 injection wells connecting to a Spar floating platform system with infield flow lines and associated subsea infrastructure. The project will then link in to the existing Mardi Gras system.

Mad Dog Phase Two is located near Green Canyon Block 825, 150 miles south of New Orleans in about 5,100 feet of water.

WHAT DO YOU THINK?

Post a Comment Generated by readers, the comments included herein do not reflect the views and opinions of Rigzone. All comments are subject to editorial review. Off-topic, inappropriate or insulting comments will be removed.

Related Companies

Most Popular Articles
From the Career Center
Jobs that may interest you
Subsea Engineer
Expertise: Subsea Engineering
Location: GOM, TX
 
Product Manager - Subsea Tree Systems
Expertise: Mechanical Engineering, Subsea Engineering
Location: Houston, TX
 
Senior Wells Supervisor (WE)
Expertise: Drilling Engineering
Location: New Orleans, LA
 
search for more jobs