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October 19, 2018updated 31 Mar 2022 11:16am

Deals this week: Rosenberg WorleyParsons, CNPC, Equinor

Rosenberg WorleyParsons has won an engineering, procurement and construction contract from Lundin Norway and partners of PL338 for handling the modification work on the Edvard Grieg platform in the North Sea.

Rosenberg WorleyParsons has won an engineering, procurement and construction contract from Lundin Norway and partners of PL338 for handling the modification work on the Edvard Grieg platform in the North Sea.

Modifications will enable Edvard Grieg offshore platform to receive and process oil and gas from nearby fields. Work is expected to be complete in the first quarter of 2021.

Based in Australia, WorleyParsons is an engineering services company, while Lundin Norway is an oil and gas company based in Norway.

China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Equinor for the development of sustainable energy projects.

The two companies will work to explore the unconventional gas resources or tight gas in China and will develop oil and gas ventures worldwide.

CNPC is an oil and gas company based in China, while Equinor is a Norway-based petroleum and wind energy company.

KBR’s UK-based subsidiary has secured a front-end engineering design (FEED) services contract from BP for the development of the Tortue field hub / terminal located off the coast of Senegal and Mauritania.

FEED work will assist in the final investment decision (FID) for the project.

“The gas discovery is estimated to contain recoverable resources of 77 million barrels of oil equivalent.”

The deal also includes a provision to transit the contract to an engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) agreement in future.

Based in the US, KBR is an engineering, procurement and construction company.

Saipem has received three offshore engineering and construction (E&C) contracts worth $400m in Azerbaijan, the North Sea and the Republic of Congo.

In Azerbaijan, the Saipem consortium comprising Saipem Contracting Netherlands, Boshelf and Star Gulf has received a subsea, umbilical, riser and flowline contract for Absheron field development.

On behalf of the Tolmount Development Partners, Humberside Gathering System provided a pipeline engineering, procurement, construction and installation contract to Saipem in Southern North Sea for development of the Tolmount Main gasfield.

Eni Congo provided a maintenance, modifications and improvements contract to Saipem for all Eni Congo offshore sites in the Republic of Congo.

Saipem is an oil and gas industry contractor company based in Italy.

Equinor has agreed to sell 77.8% stake in the King Lear gas discovery in the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) for $250m to Aker BP.

The King Lear gas discovery lies in production licences PL 146 and PL 333 of the NCS and is estimated to contain recoverable resources of 77 million barrels of oil equivalent.

Equinor is an energy company, while Aker BP is an oil exploration and development organisation. Both companies are based in Norway.

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