TechnipFMC’s subsidiary has signed an agreement with Inpex Operations Australia for riserless light well intervention (RLWI) services involving LNG in the Ichthys field, located 220km offshore from Western Australia.

Under the agreement, TechnipFMC will conduct riserless well access services on up to 20 subsea wells in the Ichthys field by deploying its deepwater RLWI stack and two Schilling Robotics ROVs from the Island Performer vessel.

TechnipFMC Subsea Services president Barry Glickman said: “This project represents the next step in TechnipFMC’s strategy for geographic expansion of RLWI services.

“Our RLWI stacks have been used to complete more than 400 RLWI operations over the last ten years.

"RLWI helps reduce costs by shifting intervention work from rigs to lower-cost vessels."

“RLWI helps operators improve well productivity and equipment uptime, and reduce cost by shifting intervention work from rigs to lower-cost vessels. We are proud to be selected by the Ichthys LNG Project to support well access services work in the Ichthys field.”

TechnipFMC provides proprietary technologies and production systems, integrated expertise, and comprehensive solutions for subsea, onshore/offshore, and surface projects.

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