The Greater Enfield Development comprises the subsea tie back of the Ngujima-Yin FPSO. The FPSO will undergo modifications to the topsides, hull and turret. Aibel’s scope of work includes management, engineering and provision of procurement services for FEED (Front End Engineering and Design).
The contract also holds an option for the project’s execution phase.
“This is an important assignment for Aibel, allowing us to further grow our experience within FPSO deliveries. Aibel Singapore has through several individual projects proven to deliver great results. I am confident they will do the same this time,” says EVP Field Development, Nils Arne Hatleskog.
General Manager of Aibel’s Singapore office, Ramalingom Venkateswaran, said: “Through this assignment we get the opportunity to work directly with Australia’s largest independent oil and gas company. I hope this may become the start of Aibel providing services for their future greenfield and brownfield requirements.”
Aibel has around 5,000 employees with eight locations in Norway, and also in Thailand, Singapore and Denmark.