Subsea 7 Wins Statoil Contract
Statoil granted Subsea 7 a marine installation and pipelay contract for the Fossekall-Dompap development in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea. The contract is worth nearly US $180 million.
The work scope includes transport and installation of two of four-slot integrated template structures (ITS) at the Fossekall field, and one four-slot ITS at the Dompap field. The company will also fabricate and install the 16-mile-long (25.7-kilometer-long) 12/14-inch ID insulated production pipeline with direct electrical heating piggyback cable from the Norne FPSO to Dompap and an in-line tee at Fossekall.
The scope of work also includes installation of manifolds; flexible flowlines and jumpers; flexible risers; dynamic and static umbilicals; electrical cable; DEH riser; DEH feeder cable system and tie-in and pre-commissioning of the full system. Subsea 7 will also fabricate and procure GRP Covers, a riser base, a PLET, the in-line tee and linepipe coating.
Engineering will commence immediately, with all offshore operations to be performed in 2012.
Fossekall-Dompap is a fast-track project located north of the Norne field, 124 miles (200 kilometers) west from Sandessjoen and occupies blocks 6608/10 and 6608/11 in a water depth of approximately 1,247 feet (380 meters). Statoil operates the project, holding a 63.95% interest.SubseaIQ provides focused, in-depth coverage of offshore field development activities around the world, with daily updates on hundreds of offshore fields and facilities. Click here to sign up for the free weekly email newsletter.