Australia's Woodside Energy has awarded UK-based engineering house Wood a contract for a concept definition study for the Julimar Phase 2 project offshore Australia.
Woodside has also awarded Wood a contract for engineering and rig modification services off Australia.
The concept definition study is for the subsea flowline and umbilical system for phase two of the Julimar project, comprising the Julimar and Brunello fields in Western Australia.
Delivered by Wood's Perth office, this contract builds on the company's history supporting the Julimar field. Wood successfully completed front end engineering design and detailed design for the Julimar phase 1 subsea and flowline system.
The engineering and rig modification services will be executed under a three-year non-exclusive outline agreement, which has two one-year extension options and is effective immediately.
Woodside is operator of the Julimar Project with a 65% interest in the Julimar and Brunello fields, within petroleum pipeline licence WA-26-PL, about 180km west-north-west of Dampier.
The Julimar Project is a subsea development that will supply raw gas and condensate from the fields to the offshore Chevron-operated Wheatstone platform.