Incus Wins Riser Forgings Deal in Gulf of Mexico

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Incus Investor has been awarded contracts to deliver machined and welded riser forgings through its subsidiary Scana Subsea.

According to the company, the high tensile forgings are intended for the Gulf of Mexico.

The total value is approximately 25 MSEK ($2.82 million).

The scope includes forging and machining of riser joints in low alloyed steel.

Manufacturing is planned to start immediately, and deliveries will begin from Q2 2019 to Q1 2020.

The contracts will also involve Incus subsidiary Scana Steel Björneborg in addition to Scana Subsea fronting the contract.

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