Technip has secured an engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning contract for the Bøyla field development in the Norwegian North Sea.
The contract, worth €300m, has been awarded by Marathon Oil Norge for the field located 225km west of Stavanger at a water depth of 120m.
Under the terms of the contract, the company will undertake construction of the subsea system for the Bøyla field development, which will be connected to the existing Alvheim subsea facilities.
The contract will be executed by Technip’s operating centre in Oslo, Norway.
Deep Energy and the Skandi Arctic are among the several vessels from Technip’s fleet which will be used during the offshore construction, beginning in 2014.
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The company will undertake fabrication and reeled installation of a pipe-in-pipe production flowline, rigid spools, manufacturing and installation of flexible jumpers and umbilicals.
Tie-in by divers, trenching, rock dumping and ready-for-operation activities will also be taken up.
Image: Skandi Arctic is one of the vessels Technip will use during its construction activities. Photo courtesy of: Technip.