Romania’s GSP has signed a contract with TechnipFMC for the execution of various works within the Karish Gas Development Project in Israel.
Technip FMC has been contracted to engineer, build, and commission the entire project infrastructure under an EPCIC contract with Energean, the operator of the project.
As subcontractor of the Karish Project, GSP said on Monday it would perform spool removal and manifold tie-in installation, gas sales pipeline pre-lay survey & crossing installation, as well as extended pit dredging and back-filling.
Works are expected to start in 1Q 2020 and completion is expected in 3Q 2020.
The deep water Karish field is located in the eastern Mediterranean, approx. 75 km offshore Israel in 1750 m water depth.
The development plan consists of an initial three wells drilled close to and tied into a single 4-slot manifold that will be connected a moored FPSO, to facilitate the quickest route to market in line with the Government of Israel’s gas strategy. The FPSO is expected to sail away from Singapore in late 2020 ahead of first gas in 2021.
Also on Monday, GSP a signed a framework agreement with OMV Petrom for integrated offshore services of the facilities and equipment of OMV Petrom’s Upstream Division in Asset X, located in the Black Sea off Romania.
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