OneSubsea wins contract for BP's West Nile Delta fields in Egypt
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OneSubsea wins contract for BP’s West Nile Delta fields in Egypt

14 Mar 2016

OneSubsea has secured a contract with BP Exploration and partner Deutsche Erdoel (DEA) to supply subsea production systems for the West Nile Delta Giza/Fayoum and Raven fields in offshore Egypt.

OneSubsea has secured a contract with BP Exploration and partner Deutsche Erdoel (DEA) to supply subsea production systems for the West Nile Delta Giza/Fayoum and Raven fields in offshore Egypt.

The Giza/Fayoum field will be tied-back to modified onshore Rosetta facilities and integrated with a new onshore plant for Raven.

For the long-distance gas fields, OneSubsea will deliver large-bore subsea trees, manifold systems incorporating high-integrity pressure protection systems (HIPPS).

"This is the third award to OneSubsea that will utilise the jointly developed large-bore tree already being deployed to other BP projects."

In addition, the company will supply connection systems, and controls systems, along with project engineering, management, as well as testing.

OneSubsea CEO Mike Garding said: "BP continues to be successful in driving its standardisation philosophy, and this is the third award to OneSubsea that will utilise the jointly developed large-bore tree already being deployed to other BP projects.

"OneSubsea continues to support BP in its West Nile Delta development goals, and we are proud to be a part of its long and successful track record in Egypt."

West Nile Delta project involves the development of gas and condensate fields that are located within the North Alexandria and West Mediterranean Deepwater concessions in the Mediterranean Sea.

The fields are being developed in phases.

Five major fields namely Taurus, Libra, Giza, Fayoum and Raven would be developed during the first phase, while the later phase will see development of the Maadi, Viper, Ruby, Polaris and Hodoa discoveries.