Umbilicals

Courtesy Technip

Technip Bags GoM Contract

Technip’s wholly-owned subsidiary Technip Umbilicals Inc. has been awarded a contract by a major Operator to supply a subsea control umbilical in the Gulf of Mexico. The contract includes the project management and manufacture of several kilometers of a static and dynamic unarmoured steel tube umbilical. Technip Umbilicals facility in Houston, USA, will manufacture this prestigious project for the high pressure field, which is scheduled to be completed in 2017. Technip Umbilicals’ Managing Director, Sarah Cridland, said: “This award confirms Technip’s position as a

Photo courtesy of Statoil

Statoil Awards Contracts on Trestakk

and Technip will jointly deliver an EPCI contract (engineering, procurement, construction and installation) – subsea, umbilicals, risers, flowlines – including subsea template, manifold, subsea trees, completion system, wellheads, pipelines, risers, control systems, control cable and marine operations.   “Statoil has cooperated closely with partners and suppliers to reduce development costs for the Trestakk field. We submitted the plan for development and operation to the authorities on 1 November, and we are pleased to be able to award contracts already now to FMC Technologies

Luva-flowlines heading for the field on board the Seven Oceans (Photo: Statoil)

Statoil: High Activity in Deep Waters

designed for ocean depths of 1300 meters. “We fully depend on good suppliers and Subsea 7 has done a great job in this year’s campaign,” says Per Rusås, project director for Aasta Hansteen.   He praises the SURF team for properly planning and completing this year’s marine season and avoiding any serious incidents. “It takes knowledge, experience and hard work to reduce risk in operations like these. The result is a perfect illustration of how to conduct an offshore installation campaign, and demonstrates Statoil’s ability to carry out complex deep-water

(Photo: Novacavi)

MTR100: Novacavi

with Aquancable, a range of unique bespoke cables for maritime and underwater technologies including high performance tow cables, ROV cables, fiber optic hybrid cables, umbilicals, armored cables, as well as subsea detection and instrumentation cables. Novacavi is also focusing on its range of custom marine coax tow cables. Among them both heavy steel armored coax tow cables for harsh specialist applications and lightweight, neutral, positively or negatively buoyant coax tow cables for underwater environment.   Email: [email protected] www.novacavi.it     (As published in the July/August

Contract Signing (Photo courtesy of Aker Solutions)

Aker Solutions, Det norske and Subsea 7 Form Development Alliance

Aker Solutions, Det norske oljeselskap and Subsea 7 agreed on a "one for all, all for one" collaboration model that marks a major shift in how an operator and its suppliers can work together on oil and gas developments offshore Norway. The alliance combines Det norske's exploration and production know-how with Aker Solutions' expertise in front end engineering, brownfield modifications and subsea systems and Subsea 7's capabilities in the engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning of subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines (SURF). It will enable the operator and suppliers

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