Thebaud Sea Mobilizes for Flexible Pipe Installation at Okoro
Norwegian subsea installation contractor Cecon ASA advised that the Thebaud Sea has been mobilized for Deepflex flexible pipe installation contract.
The Thebaud Sea has been mobilized in Galveston for loading of Deepflex equipment and will transit to Montreal for loading of 3 kilometers 4",6" and 8" lines for installation on the Okoro field in Nigeria.
Owned by independent oil and gas company Afren (50%) and its local partner Amni, Okoro is located in the OML block in shallow water offshore Nigeria. Currently under development, Okoro is expected to reach production in 2008 with a peak of 15,000-20,000 barrels of oil per day.
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- Afren, AMNI Enthused by First Oil from Okoro Setu Project (Jun 10)
- Thebaud Sea Mobilizes for Flexible Pipe Installation at Okoro (Mar 04)
Company: Afren PLC more info
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- Oil Producer Afren's Board to Put Company into Administration (Jul 31)
- Afren Requests Suspension of Shares (Jul 15)
Company: Cecon ASA more info
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