Intecsea takes on Fortuna project

OE Staff
Friday, April 10, 2015

UK independent Ophir Energy has contracted Australian engineering group WorleyParsons and its subsidiary INTECSEA for engineering and project management services on its Fortuna project in Block R offshore Equatorial Guinea.

Ophir has also awarded WorleyParsons a master services agreement on the project.

Block R is a gas development 140km southwest of Bioko Island and covers 2450sq km in 1400-1900m water depth. 

Ophir and its partners are planning to develop the gas reserves through phased installation of a 20 well subsea production system supplying dry gas to a locally moored floating liquified natural gas facility with a capacity of 3 Mpta. 

The scope of the engineering and project management services provided by WorleyParsons and its specialist deepwater division, INTECSEA, includes overseeing the front end engineering and design scopes and tendering and evaluation of related engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning packages.

Work has started in INTECSEA's UK office. 

Categories: Subsea Equipment Africa FLNG Deepwater LNG Engineering

Related Stories

Maersk Training Pens 'Six-figure' Deal with Boskalis Subsea Services

UK North Sea: Exploration Well Count on Decline. Success Rate Up

Nexans Wins $738M Italian Subsea Power Cable Contract

Current News

Gas Price Windfall Makes Gazprom Patient Over Nord Stream 2 Delay

Carbon Transition in Utsira Multi-Client Seismic Data Deal

'Repeat Customer' Taps Magseis Fairfield for Gulf of Mexico OBN Survey

3i to Assume Full Control Over Danish Offshore Vessel Owner ESVAGT

Subscribe for OE Digital E‑News