Technip Wins 2 Subsea Contracts in Gulf of Mexico
Technip reported Tuesday that it has been awarded two subsea contracts by Stone Energy Corporation for the Amethyst field in the US Gulf of Mexico.
The first contract will see it carry out detailed engineering, procurement, fabrication, assembly and testing of a five-inch production static riser that will be approximately 5.5 miles long, as well as deliver all associated hardware. The second award covers the installation of the pipe as a tieback to the Pompano fixed platform in approximately 1,300 feet of water.
Technip's operating center in Houston, Texas, will manage the project – which is scheduled for completion during the second half of 2015. The flexible pipe will be manufactured at the group's Asiaflex Products plant located in Tanjung Langsat, Malaysia, and it will be installed using Technip's deepwater pipelay vessel Deep Blue.
Technip North America President Deanna Goodwin commented in a company statement:
"Technip is proud to bring its experience and to leverage its vertical integration of product design and manufacture and installation vessel fleet to support our customer's needs."
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