FORNEBU, Norway — TotalEnergies has ordered deepwater subsea production systems from Aker Solutions for three infill wells tied back to the Moho Nord Field offshore Republic of the Congo.
Aker Solutions says the contract is worth between NOK 0.5 billion and NOK 1.5 billion ($46.7 million and $140.3 million).
The company will supply its standard and configurable deepwater subsea production systems, including subsea xmas trees, control systems, wellheads, tie-ins and distribution systems, with final deliveries due early in 2025.
Aker Solutions has been serving the Moho Field development, said to account for more than half of Congo’s oil production, since 2013.
Moho Nord, 75 km offshore in water depths of 750-1,200 m, came onstream in March 2017 and is the country’s largest oil project, Aker Solutions reported.
The standardized deepwater service approach that Aker Solutions is providing for Moho Infills brings benefits such as shorter lead times, more flexibility and a reduced carbon footprint, due to the design, said Maria Peralta, executive vice president and head of Aker Solutions' Subsea business.