Technip Wins $28m Subsea Contract for EOG’s Conwy Field

13 March 2011 (Last Updated March 13th, 2011 18:30)

Technip has won an installation contract worth over €20m ($27.7m) from EOG Resources for the development of the Conwy field in the East Irish Sea. Under the contract Technip will weld and install an 11.4km, 8in production pipeline and an 8in water injection pipeline to be trenched

Technip has won an installation contract worth over €20m ($27.7m) from EOG Resources for the development of the Conwy field in the East Irish Sea.

Under the contract Technip will weld and install an 11.4km, 8in production pipeline and an 8in water injection pipeline to be trenched and backfilled.

The scope of work includes survey work and pre-commissioning of the pipelines, installation of a 11.4km umbilical, spools installation and leak testing of complete production and water injection systems.

The pipelines will be welded at the firm’s spoolbase in Evanton, Scotland, while Technip subsidiary Duco will provide umbilicals for the project under a separate contract.

The firm will use its Apache II pipelaying and diving support vessel for the offshore installation.

Technip plans to complete the project by the third quarter of 2012.