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Subsea Oil & Gas: North Sea & Europe

Forties oil pipeline secured ahead of subsea engineering work

STATS Group has completed an isolation program for Apache on the Forties pipeline system (FPS) in the UK central North Sea.

PSA approves North Sea Gullfaks well campaign

Petroleum Safety Authority Norway has sanctioned use of the semisub Deepsea Atlantic for drilling and well operations at Statoil’s Gullfaks Sør complex in the northern Norwegian North Sea.

BP resumes gas flow from Rhum in North Sea

BP confirms it has restarted gas production at the Rhum field in the UK central North Sea.

World’s first subsea wet-gas compressor one step closer to Gullfaks

Statoil says that the world’s first subsea wet-gas compressor station is now ready for the final testing at Horsøy outside Bergen, Norway, before being prepared for installation and hook-up to Gullfaks C in 2015.

EnQuest selects Technip for large subsea contract

EnQuest has awarded Technip a large engineering, procurement, construction, and installation (EPCI) contract for the Kraken development in the North Sea at a water depth of 120 m (394 ft).

FMC subsea equipment to tie in Laggan-Tormore satellites

Total has contracted FMC Technologies for subsea systems for the Edradour and Glenlivet fields in the UK’s west of Shetland area.

FEED under way for UK offshore CO2 pipeline

Wood Group Kenny has received a six-month front-end engineering and design (FEED) contract for the subsea/pipeline element of the Peterhead Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project in Aberdeenshire, eastern Scotland.

ONS 2014 highlights next-phase deepwater drilling, subsea recovery challenges-full

Deepwater engineering contractors Aker Solutions, Baker Hughes, GE, and GVA outlined their visions of the way forward at the recent Offshore Northern Seas exhibition in Stavanger, Norway.

Wood Group takes on pre-FEED for Snorre TLP

Statoil has awarded Wood Group Mustang a pre-front-end engineering and design (pre-FEED) contract for the proposed Snorre C TLP in the Norwegian North Sea.

DOT 2014: Statoil takes hard look at Johan Castberg costs

Statoil is targeting a “pretty high level of cost cutting” for the deepwater Johan Castberg development in the Norwegian Barents Sea, said subsea project manager Benedicte Nordang at the DOT International conference.


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