Norwegian oil company Statoil has awarded Technip two lump sum contracts for infield pipeline construction for the Johan Sverdrup Development and the Oseberg Vestflanken 2 projects.
The Johan Sverdrup field is one of the largest oil fields in the North Sea and was discovered late 2011. The first development phase is targeted to be on-stream in 2019.
The Oseberg Vestflanken 2 project is a development of the oil and gas structures Alfa, Gamma and Kappa, approximately located at 8 kilometers northwest of the Oseberg field center.
The contracts awarded to Technip cover fabrication and installation of 29 kilometers of plastic lined 16” water injection flowlines for Johan Sverdrup, fabrication and installation of 7.5 kilometers of 14” production pipeline and 9 kilometers of 10” gas injection pipeline for Oseberg Vestflanken 2.
The flowlines will be welded and fabricated at the Technip spoolbase in Orkanger, Norway, installation will be carried out by Technip’s vessel Deep Energy, during the second half of 2017.
Odd Strømsnes, Managing Director of Technip in Norway: “We are delighted to have been awarded these two prestigious contracts by Statoil in a very competitive business environment. This demonstrates Technip’s leading position in fabrication and installation of complex flowlines. We are looking forward to execute these projects collaboratively with Statoil in order to achieve the project goals.”
The French oilfield services provider did not reveal the financial value of the two contract.