Oilfield services company Schlumberger has secured an engineering and supply contract for a 2,000t single-lift process module, which is set to be installed on Noble Energy‘s Leviathan platform in the Eastern Mediterranean.
The deal will see Schlumberger undertake pre-treatment, salt removal and the regeneration of monoethylene glycol (MEG) for reinjection into the subsea flowlines for hydrate inhibition.
Noble Energy is expected to use the Schlumberger PUREMEG reclamation and regeneration system as a single-lift module for installation on-board the production platform.
Schlumberger OneSurface president Mohamed Kermoud said: “Our advances in MEG technology, combined with our global execution strategy, have placed us in a position to deliver to Noble Energy an integrated, optimised and capital-efficient solution.
“Schlumberger has taken a proactive approach, collaborating with Noble and their suppliers on the project to help ensure that Noble Energy’s project vision and goals are realised.”
A globally integrated team of Schlumberger personnel will deliver project management, engineering, fabrication, installation support and life-of-field activities as part of the arrangement.
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The latest contract comes after the company’s affiliate OneSubsea reached an agreement to supply 10,000psi horizontal production trees, tree-mounted controls, off-tree controls and topside controls for the same project.
OneSurface is primarily focused on offering fit-for-purpose integrated production systems to accelerate first oil and gas production, as well as maximising the cost-efficiency of marine projects.
The Leviathan field is scheduled to achieve first production by the end of 2019.
Noble Energy currently operates the field with a 39.66% interest.