TechnipFMC has secured a significant contract to supply flexible pipe for the Ndungu field offshore Angola from Azule Energy, a 50/50 joint venture between bp and Italian company Eni.

The Ndungu project is due to be tied into Block 15/06 West Hub.

Earlier this year, TechnipFMC was selected by Azule to supply flexible pipe for the Agogo Integrated West Hub Development Project.

It involved engineering, procurement, and supply of jumpers, flowlines, risers and all associated ancillary equipment. The flexible pipe is designed to connect the new Agogo facility to the subsea production systems.

TechnipFMC said it was able to provide an optimised solution, through this extension, which allows Azule to maintain schedule and achieve efficiencies.

Commenting on the latest contract, TechnipFMC subsea president Jonathan Landes said: “This contract is the result of transparency and collaboration between TechnipFMC and Azule to accommodate a fast-track schedule.

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“Trust, responsiveness and agility are at the core of the relationship we are building with this key player in Angola. We are delighted to be working with Azule once again.”

According to TechnipFMC, a significant contract is valued at between $75m and $250m.

Azule Energy operates Block 15/06 in Angola offshore, partnering with Sonangol P&P and SSI Fifteen.

The Agogo Integrated West Hub will produce hydrocarbons from the Agogo and Ndungu Fields through both the existing Ngoma Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) and the new Agogo FPSO.

The project involves 36 new wells, one converted FPSO with capacity for 120,000 barrels per day of oil production, 230 million cubic feet per day of gas injection and 120,000 barrels of water injection per day.