France's Technip announced Wednesday that it has been awarded a large subsea contract, valued at $275-$550 million (EUR 250-500 milion), by Woodside for the Greater Enfield Project located offshore Western Australia in water depths of 1,115-2,789 feet (340-850 meters).
Work on the contract includes project management, design, engineering, procurement, installation and pre-commissioning (EPIC) of carbon steel production flowline, carbon steel water injection flowline, flexible risers and flowlines totaling 51 miles (82.2 kilometers); 24.1 miles (38.9 kilometers) of umbilicals (dynamic and static); subsea structures and valves; and multi-phase pump system (transport and installation).
The firm's operating center in Perth, Australia will carry out the contract with support from Technip’s Asia Pacific Subsea Hub in the Kuala Lumpur office in Malaysia, and office in Chennai, India.
Flexible pipes for the project will be manufactured in Asiaflex Products, Technip’s manufacturing plant in Tanjung Langsat, Johor, Malaysia, while the umbilicals will be supplied by Technip Umbilicals’ facility located in Newcastle, UK. Offshore installation will be undertaken using several vessels from Technip’s fleet, with the contract due for completion in 2018.
"We are very pleased to have been awarded this large contract by Woodside in this competitive business environment, in addition to demonstrating Technip’s leadership and long term presence in Australia and Asia Pacific," Arnaud Pieton, president of Technip in Asia Pacific said in the press release.
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