Subsea World News has put together a recap of the most interesting articles from the previous week (April 10 – April 16).
The contract follows the letter of intent agreed between both parties last December. Other tenders including the near-shore pipelay tenders in Russia and Germany are ongoing.
The contract will be delivered by Wood Group’s Stavanger, Norway office and follows on from the completion of a concept study for the project completed at the end of 2016.
According to AF Gruppen, a subcontractor to HMC, the contract includes engineering, preparation, removal and disposal (EPRD) of four platforms with a total tonnage of approximately 36 000 tonnes.
Aasta Hansteen is the world’s largest Spar-platform, and will be the first in Norway. The substructure is 200 meters long, 50 meters in diameter and will have a dry weight of 46 000 tonnes.
Effective immediately, Wood Group will provide topsides, jacket, pipeline, flow assurance and subsea engineering expertise for Premier’s Tolmount offshore assets and export pipeline, which ties into the Dimlington onshore terminal in Humberside.