OneSubsea has secured a contract to supply subsea processing systems for the Shell Offshore Stones development in the Gulf of Mexico.

The latest award is expected to deliver the 15,000-psi subsea pump system which would be installed in the Gulf of Mexico at about 9500ft.

The subsea processing systems includes a dual pump station with two three-megawatt single-phase pumps as well as two subsea control modules.

"Based on OneSubsea’s field-proven boosting technology, this is another innovative step forward for our subsea pumping systems."

In addition, a topside power and control module, a barrier-fluid hydraulic power unit with associated spares as well as installation and maintenance tools will be supplied.

According to OneSubsea, manufacturing and testing will be conducted at the company’s processing centre of excellence facility in Horsøy, Norway.

OneSubsea parent company Cameron chief executive officer and chairman Jack Moore said: "Based on OneSubsea’s field-proven boosting technology, this is another innovative step forward for our subsea pumping systems.

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"This boosting technology will be key for enhancing recovery and increasing production from the ultra-deep water environment in the lower tertiary region of the Gulf of Mexico."

To be tied back to the Stones FPSO, the system is expected to be ready for delivery from Horsøy in early 2018.

Situated in Block 508 in the Walker Ridge area, the ultra deep water Stones field project lies in a depth of about 2,926m and is owned and operated by Royal Dutch Shell.