INTECSEA Clinches Subsea FEED Deal for Culzean Project in North Sea

INTECSEA announced Tuesday that its UK office has been awarded the subsea front-end engineering and design (FEED) contract for Maersk Oil UK's Culzean ultra-high-pressure, high-temperature development in the North Sea.

The Culzean development is one of the largest gas discoveries of recent years in the UK North Sea, located in water depths of about 288.7 feet (88 meters) and the reservoir around 14,107 feet (4,300 meters) below sea level.

The contract, which includes optional detailed design scopes also in support of the Culzean project, was awarded to INTECSEA following a competitive tender process and is expected to run for 10 months.

Work on the project kicked off at the beginning of July and will be executed in the INTECSEA UK office.

INTECSEA president Neil Mackintosh commented on the award and relationship with Maersk, stating that “This award is an important milestone for us and reaffirms the growing relationship that we have with Maersk in the Europe and Africa Region and across the globe. We look forward to working closely with Maersk and successfully executing this project."

INTECSEA is a leading engineering and project management company serving the international oil and gas industry with over 900 employees and offices in Houston, St. John’s, London, Delft, Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne, Perth, Rio de Janeiro, Singapore, and Aberdeen. Technical disciplines include floating systems, marine pipelines and risers, subsea systems, flow assurance, LNG terminals and marine installation management. INTECSEA is a WorleyParsons Group company.


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