Semco Maritime has secured an engineering procurement construction and installation (EPCI) contract as part of the Tyra Redevelopment Project in the Danish North Sea.
The contract, awarded by Total, encompasses preparatory engineering work and system installation on five unmanned satellite platforms at the Tyra complex.
The complex comprises Tyra East and Tyra West central processing platforms which will be completely rehabilitated, and five unmanned satellite production platforms that will remain inactive during the redevelopment phase.
Semco Maritime projects and services director Claus Ross Eilersen said: “We are excited that Total has chosen Semco Maritime to take part in this epic redevelopment project with huge positive impact on Danish energy supply.
“It is a very challenging project involving numerous parties from around the world, making cooperation, quality and punctual delivery even more important.”
The Tyra field is currently being redeveloped to extend its production life. The field contributes nearly 90% of Denmark’s national gas production. The overall redevelopment of the asset involves an investment of nearly $3.34bn.
Semco Maritime will also install temporary diesel generators on some of these satellite platforms and isolate process systems to ensure safe working environment at both platforms.
Total E&P Denmark vice-president and Tyra Redevelopment head Morten Hesselager said: “We know Semco Maritime as a reliable partner with the right safety mindset and the ability to deliver quality solutions.”
Semco Maritime has already started initial planning works for the project. The overall project is slated for completion by October 2019.