The arrangement is designed to speed up development and commercialization of new technologies that provide integrated production solutions for subsea and subsurface applications.
These include fiber-optic sensing, all-electric subsea field development, riser-less well intervention systems and carbon capture and storage (CCS) solutions, and the Odasse fiber-optic sensing solution for reservoir monitoring and production diagnostics.
Technip FMC issued the news in its latest results statement, also highlighting two recent subsea awards:
- One is an EPCI contract from Shell for the Jackdaw gas development in the UK central North Sea, covering pipelay for a 30-km tieback from the new Jackdaw platform to Shell’s Shearwater complex, along with an associated riser, spoolpieces, subsea structures and umbilicals. The tieback will employ Technip FMC’s pipe-in-pipe technology, which is designed for HP/HT use.
- For TotalEnergies’ Lapa North East field development in the presalt Santos Basin offshore Brazil, TechnipFMC will reconfigure and install umbilicals and flexible pipe in a new configuration to sustain production.