Black Sea Sakarya installation scope expanded to FPU

May 10, 2024
Turkish Petroleum Offshore Technology Center has expanded the Subsea Integration Alliance EPCI contract for the Phase 2a development of the Sakarya gas field in the Black Sea.

Offshore staff

LUXEMBOURG — Turkish Petroleum Offshore Technology Center (TP-OTC) has expanded the Subsea Integration Alliance EPCI contract for the Phase 2a development of the Sakarya gas field in the Black Sea.

The Subsea Integration Alliance will also now install a floating production unit (FPU)—Turkey’s first—for the project.

Subsea7, as a member of the alliance, will install and integrate risers, umbilicals, hook-ups and mooring systems with the FPU, coordinating project management and engineering from its office in Istanbul.

Phase 2 will add a further 26 wells to boost production capacity by an additional 30 MMcm/d, and it is due to be completed in 2028, according to the terms of the alliance’s first contracted awarded in May 2023.

05.10.2024

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