Worley Wins Contract for BP’s Mad Dog 2

Thursday, August 1, 2019

Australian engineering firm Worley said on Thursday it has been awarded a contract by BP for hook-up and commissioning integration services for the supermajor’s Mad Dog 2 project and the Argos deepwater platform in the Gulf of Mexico.

Argos, BP’s newest floating production unit (FPU), is planned to be commissioned in 2021.

Under the contract, Worley will prepare for arrival of the FPU in the Gulf of Mexico and complete final systems commissioning in Texas, offshore hook-up at the Mad Dog field and handover of the platform to BP’s Global Operations Organization, the company said. 

Categories: Contracts Deepwater Engineering Industry News Activity North America Installation Commissioning

Related Stories

BP Using Drones to Track Methane Emissions

Johan Sverdrup Nearing Early Start-up

Supply-side Paradox in a Supermajor Exit

SBM Inks Long-term FPSO Deal with Exxon

Kim Heng Offshore Wins New HDD Contract

OFS Sector Expected to Take a Hit

A 'NOC' on Wind?

Remote Technologies Augment Capabilities

Total Eyes $10 Billion North Sea Investments

Welcome to the App Store

Current News

VAALCO Spuds Etame Appraisal

Woodside Backs Seismic Data Acquisition Company

ClampOn: Ultrasonic Intelligent Sensors

Remote Technologies Augment Capabilities

VOS Stone Supports SGRE at Hohe See

SeaTec Forays into Offshore Installation

SGRE Builds World's Largest Wind Turbine Blade

Ireland Calls for More Offshore Wind

Ukraine Strips US Firm of Black Sea Exploration Rights

Pharis Mulls Steam Flooding at Pilot Field

Subscribe for OE Digital E‑News

OE Digital E-News is the subsea industry's largest circulation and most authoritative ENews Service, delivered to your Email three times per week