USA: Technip Bags Dalmatian Subsea Gig in Gulf of Mexico

USA Technip Bags Dalmatian Subsea Gig in Gulf of Mexico

Technip was awarded by Murphy Exploration & Production Company – USA a lump sum contract for the development of the Dalmatian field, located in the Gulf of Mexico, at a water depth ranging from 530 to 1,800 meters.

This field, jointly owned by Murphy and Ecopetrol America Inc., is comprised of the De Soto Canyon Blocks 4, 47, 48 and 91.

The project consists of a subsea tie-back to an existing Gulf of Mexico platform.

The contract covers:

– project management, engineering, fabrication and installation of a gas riser, an oil riser, a 38-kilometer flowline and a 34-kilometer pipe-in-pipe flowline with associated PLETs and jumpers,

– installation of a main subsea control umbilical(5), infield umbilical, and associated foundation and flying leads,

– pre-commissioning.

Technip’s operating center in Houston, Texas will perform the overall project management. The flowlines and risers will be welded at the Group’s spoolbase in Mobile, Alabama.

Offshore installation is scheduled to be completed in 2013 by the Deep Blue, Technip’s deepwater pipelay vessel, the Pioneer, which was recently added to the Technip fleet with the acquisition of Global Industries, and the HOS Iron Horse, a Technip managed multiservice vessel.

Press Release, October 02, 2012

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