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Technip has secured two subsea contracts from Statoil for the Åsgard and Gudrun & Valemon fields in the Norwegian Sea.
The total value of the deal secured under the diving frame contract is around €45m.
The scope of work for the Åsgard field, located at water depths of 300m, includes deepwater testing of the pipeline repair system, remote hot-tap equipment and preparations works.
Work carried out this year will also involve the installation of protection structures and the first remote retrofit tee hot-tap operation.
Under the Gudrun & Valemon contract, Technip will undertake installation, as well as tie-in of spools and power cable.
Technip’s operating centre in Stavanger and Haugesund, Norway will undertake the contracts in 2013 and 2014.
The company also announced today that it has received another subsea equipment contract from Exxon Mobil Corporation for the Hadrian South natural gas project in the Gulf of Mexico.
The project comprises of a subsea tie-back to the planned Anadarko operated spar platform, Lucius Spar hull, currently being built in Technip’s Pori yard in Finland.
The contract includes project management, procurement and installation of two seven mile long flow lines and associated jumpers.
Image: Deepwater pipelay vessel, the Deep Blue, will install subsea equipment for the Hadrian South natural gas project in the Gulf of Mexico. Photo: courtesy of Technip.