Azule Energy, through its subsidiary Eni Angola, has awarded main contracts worth approximately $7.8bn in total to support the development of the Agogo Integrated West Hub Project in block 15/06 offshore Angola.

The project involves 36 new wells, including 21 producers and 15 injectors, and one converted floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel with a production capacity of 120,000 barrels per day (bpd) of oil.

It also includes approximately 100km of rigid flowlines, 100km of flexible flowlines, and 100km of Umbilicals.

The Agogo Integrated West Hub aims to produce hydrocarbons from the Agogo and Ndungu Fields through the new Agogo FPSO unit and the existing Ngoma FPSO system. It is expected to have a peak production capacity of 175,000bpd.

Yinson has been awarded a contract, which has an estimated aggregate value of approximately $5.3bn, for the operation and maintenance of an FPSO vessel for the Agogo Integrated West Hub Development Project.

The contract has a firm period of 15 years, with the option to extend for an additional five years.

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TechnipFMC has secured a contract to supply flexible piping for the Agogo Integrated West Hub Development Project.

The scope of the contract includes engineering and procurement, and the supply of jumpers, flowlines, risers, and all associated ancillary equipment.

Azule has selected Baker Hughes to provide subsea equipment and services for the Agogo oilfield project.

Under the contract, Baker Hughes will be responsible for 23 standard subsea trees and 11 Aptara manifolds, as well as SemStar5 fibre-optic controls and the related system scope of supply.

The firm will also provide services and aftermarket support for the Agogo integrated west hub subsea production system.

Aker Solutions has secured a contract to provide the dynamic and static subsea umbilicals for the Agogo field development.

Furthermore, Subsea 7 has been selected for risers, flowlines, and subsea structures transportation and installation.

Azule Energy, which is jointly owned by BP and Eni, operates block 15/06 offshore Angola. Other partners in the block include Sonangol P&P and SSI Fifteen.

Italian energy services group Saipem has secured a contract for the transport and installation of approximately 98km of flexible pipes, 30km of umbilicals, and associated subsea structures.

In a separate announcement, Saipem plans to undertake the partial sale of assets in its drilling business to raise approximately €750m, reported Reuters, citing Saipem CEO Alessandro Puliti.