Engineering company Xodus Group has won £5 million ($6.75 million) worth of field development work over the past twelve months.
Xodus said on Friday that the company was recently awarded two projects by Apache for its Storr and Seagull developments.
For Storr, Xodus will initially complete a conceptual assessment to streamline the options under consideration before embarking on the FEED for the selected option.
The scope includes subsea pipeline design, flow assurance, materials and corrosion engineering coatings selection and structural and environmental support.
The second award was for subsea engineering associated with the Seagull development. Xodus previously completed the concept selection phase of the development.
Like the deal for Storr, this new for work on the Seagull development includes pipeline engineering, materials and corrosion support, manifolds and structures engineering and environmental impact support.
Xodus also won work with Woodside Energy to investigate the topsides design concept required for a redeployed FPSO facility at the Rufisque, Sangomar, and Sangomar Deep blocks offshore in Senegal, Africa.
The award in Senegal followed earlier field development architecture studies performed by Xodus for Capricorn Senegal (Cairn) to identify and develop the field architecture for the deepwater SNE oil field. In this new study, Xodus determined the optimal topsides configuration and operating conditions for the FPSO.
Further success in Japan, Australia, and Africa brought the total to £5 million, including work outside of oil and gas.
Steve Swindell, managing director of Xodus Group, said: “We built our reputation on our field development expertise in the early days and although we are now a much more rounded company working in integrity, renewables and decommissioning, it is really encouraging to see that our clients continue to show faith in our talented team at the early stages of a project.”