ExxonMobil extends Nigeria Satellites contract

Offshore staff

LAGOS, Nigeria -- DeltaAfrik Engineering Ltd., WorleyParsons’ joint venture company in Nigeria, has won an extension to an offshore facilities upgrade contract from Mobil Producing Nigeria.

The work involves providing engineering and project delivery services for the Satellites Phase 2. DeltAfrik’s scope includes four new unmanned wellhead platforms, 78 km (48 mi) of pipelines, risers, and associated brownfield tie-ins, all due to be delivered over the next four years.

10/12/2010

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