Subsea Oil & Gas: US & Gulf of Mexico

Subsea 7 wins installation contract in US GoM

Subsea 7 SA has won a contract from Hess Corp. for installation work in support of the Stampede Project in deepwater US Gulf of Mexico.

Technip closes sale of diving assets in Gulf of Mexico

Technip has completed the sale of its diving assets in the US Gulf of Mexico to Ranger Offshore Inc.

Blue Ocean sets deepwater subsea intervention record

Blue Ocean Technologies has set another record for deepwater subsea interventions. Blue Ocean’s Interchangeable riserless intervention system (IRIS) recently intervened on a deepwater production well in the Gulf of Mexico’s Desoto Canyon, reaching a record-breaking 8,200 ft (2,499 m).

Shell expands presence in deepwater GoM with Mars B

Shell's Mars B project, located in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, produced first oil in the first quarter of this year. It is the first time that significant infrastructure has been added to an existing deepwater field in the Gulf, says Shell.

Cardona goes onstream in the Gulf of Mexico

Stone Energy Corp. has started production from the deepwater Cardona development in Mississippi Canyon block 29 in the Gulf of Mexico. 

InterMoor completes Delta House hook-up in Gulf of Mexico

InterMoor, an Acteon company, has successfully installed and hooked up a permanent mooring system for the Delta House field floating production system (FPS) in the Gulf of Mexico. 

Subsea 7 lands GoM installation for Shell

Royal Dutch Shell has awarded Subsea 7 a contract for installation work in the Gulf of Mexico. The contract value is in the range of $50 million to $100 million.

Ocean Installer to place Delta House umbilicals

Ocean Installer has been awarded a contract for an umbilical installation project with Oceaneering for LLOG Exploration on the Delta House project.

Technip wins subsea contract for K2 field

Anadarko Petroleum Corp. has awarded Technip (Paris:TEC) a contract by for the K2 Riser Base Gas Lift project in Green Canyon 608 in the Gulf of Mexico at a water depth of 1,300 m (4,265 ft).

Pulse’s new system validates riser design in GoM

Pulse, an Acteon company, has designed, manufactured, and installed a motion and strain monitoring system to verify the design of the first lazy-wave steel riser system to be installed in the Gulf of Mexico.

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