Proserv Scores Twice in Gulf of Mexico

Proserv has secured two new contracts with Talos Energy and Hess Corporation to carry out work at the operators’ Phoenix and Conger field expansion developments, in the Gulf of Mexico.

Proserv will provide subsea communications and controls solutions to support the brownfield upgrade of the Phoenix field for Talos Energy. Specifically, the company will design, manufacture and supply an open communications hub (OCH) and electrical distribution units to interface with the existing subsea infrastructure previously supplied by Proserv.

The design, manufacture and supply of the OCH will be delivered by Proserv’s team in Houston with support from the company’s teams in Trondheim, the company said.

The award with Hess Corporation will see Proserv provide a subsea control module (SCM) and associated tree mounted equipment for the expansion of the Conger field.

The design and manufacture of the SCM will be carried out by Proserv’s team in Great Yarmouth. The tree mounted equipment and the final testing, servicing and the integration of equipment will be performed at Proserv’s controls facility in Houston, the company noted.

The work scopes for both projects will be delivered later this year.

 

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