Eni orders FPU for Jangkrik offshore Indonesia

Saipem has won two construction contracts for projects offshore Indonesia and Republic of Congo worth an estimated combined value of $520 million.

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SAN DONATO MILANESE, Italy – Saipem has won two construction contracts for projects offshore Indonesia and Republic of Congo worth an estimated combined value of $520 million.

Off Indonesia, Eni has awarded a Saipem-led consortium the engineering, procurement, construction, and installation contract for a newbuild barge floating production unit (FPU) for theJangkrik Complex project.

Hyundai Heavy Industries Ltd. (HHI) will build the hull in Ulsan, South Korea, while Saipem’s Karimum Island yard in Indonesia will fabricate the topsides. Saipem’s Execution Center in Jakarta will manage the overall project.

Other members of the consortium are Tripatra Engineers & Constructors and Chiyoda.

The spread-moored FPU will be able to process 450 MMcf/d (12.7 MMcm/d) of gas and condensates. The workscope includes installation of the mooring system and hook-up and commissioning ahead of start-up.

Offshore the Republic of Congo, Aker Solutions has contracted Saipem to fabricate subsea structures including suction anchors forTotal’s Moho project. The company will make use of local fabrication capabilities that it has developed over the years with its Boscongo Yard in Pointe Noire.

02/24/2014

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