McDermott Secures T&I Contract for a Project Offshore Trinidad
McDermott International, Inc., disclosed Tuesday that it has secured a sizeable transport and installation contract from an upstream oil and gas operator for a project offshore Trinidad, West Indies.
The workscope of the contract includes the transport and installation of a 1,000-ton deck and 1,600-ton jacket. McDermott will also provide onshore fabrication, reel-lay and pre-commissioning of 14,000 feet of 14-inch pipeline that includes the pull-in of a 12-inch riser at an existing offshore platform scheduled to be completed using the company's vessels, Derrick Barge 50 (DB50) and the North Ocean 105 (NO105).
The pipeline for the project, which is scheduled to be completed in the third quarter of 2016, will be welded at McDermott’s new Gulfport, Mississippi, spoolbase.
“McDermott’s customer-focused approach, in combination with project execution expertise, best-in-class assets and alignment with the client on project objectives set us apart,” McDermott's Vice President for Americas, Europe and Africa Scott Munro said in the press release, adding that “we’re pleased to be able to provide an integrated approach involving our new spoolbase in Gulfport, the NO105 and the DB50 that addresses all project drivers to deliver the best overall solution.”
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