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Scana to supply winches for North Sea floater

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STAVANGER, Norway – Dana Petroleum has contracted Scana Offshore Vestby to supply mooring winches for an FPSO for the Western Isles development in the UK northern North Sea. Contract value is $9.85 million. 

The program will additionally involve Scana Steel Stavanger.

Western Isles takes in the Harris and Barra oil fields, 12 km (7.5 mi) west of the TAQA-operated Tern field. 

The cylinder-shaped FPSO, based on Sevan Marine technology, is under construction at COSCO Qidong Shipyard in China.

Scana Offshore Vestby has previously delivered mooring winches for three Sevan-designed FPSOs.

3/15/2013

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