FMC wins TEN order
FMC Technologies Inc. received an order from Tullow Ghana Ltd. to supply subsea systems for its Tweneboa-Enyenra-Ntomme Development (TEN) offshore Ghana. The order's estimated value is US$340 million. FMC Technologies’ scope of supply includes subsea trees, manifolds, tooling, associated subsea control systems, and systems integration.
CB&I UK, Foster Wheeler selected for FEED
Rosneft and ExxonMobil selected CB&I UK and Foster Wheeler Energy as the initial phase front end engineering and design (FEED) contractors for the two companies’ Russia Far East LNG project. FMC Technologies’ scope of supply includes subsea trees, manifolds, tooling, associated subsea control systems and systems integration.
Veolia subsidiary wins Ichthys
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) awarded Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies a contract to supply an MPPE unit for the Ichthys LNG project FPSO. The INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG project will involve offshore preliminary processing of gas from the Ichthys Field to remove water and extract condensate before being transported to onshore via an 889km pipeline.
GMC Inc. awarded Moho Nord
GMC Inc. will deliver its high-strength, fatigue-resistant mechanical connector as part of Total’s Republic of Congo Moho Nord TLP project. GMC will supply over 100 sets of its concentric thread, pin and box type connectors under contract to Hutchinson Offshore’s Techlam S.A., which is supplying the entire TLP tendon system to Hyundai Heavy Industries.
C-MAR wins EMAS work
C-MAR Group has announced that it has won a major crewing contract with EMAS AMC, which will see the business provide the marine crew for the 520ft-long, reeled pipelay vessel, Express, until summer 2015. The agreement means that C-MAR has now provided marine crews on board Express for three different owners: Torch Offshore, Helix Subsea Construction, and EMAS AMC, since the vessel was commissioned in 2004.
Bourbon sells support vessels
Bourbon announced that it sold three vessels, including a tug, a MPSV (multipurpose supply vessel) from its subsea services fleet, and a PSV (platform supply vessel), for an approximately US$38 million, generating a total capital gain of approximately US$18 million. The three diesel propulsion vessels were between 10 and 21 years old.
Maersk jacks-up Al Shaheen
Maersk Oil Qatar (MOQ) and Gulf Drilling International (GDI) have signed two new contracts; one two-year contract for the GDI jack-up drilling rig (rig B-341), and another three-year contract for a new GDI offshore accommodation jack-up. The total value of these contracts is more than US$205 million (QR 750 million).