Hibernia Management and Development Company seeks EPC contractors for subsea work

The Hibernia Management and Development Company is evaluating potential subsea production systems for its water injection project offshore Newfoundland and is seeking qualified EPC companies interested in providing their services. A decision on whether to proceed with the development is expected in 1Q 2006.

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The Hibernia Management and Development Company is evaluating potential subsea production systems for its water injection project offshore Newfoundland and is seeking qualified EPC companies interested in providing their services. A decision on whether to proceed with the development is expected in 1Q 2006.

The proposed development includes the completion of up to 11 subsea water injection wells with tieback to the Hibernia platform, located approximately 5 km away. Water depth at the proposed location averages about 80 m.

The scope of work under evaluation includes, but is not limited to, detailed engineering, procurement, fabrication, testing and pre-commissioning of the following equipment: subsea water injection trees, subsea templates and manifolds, complete subsea control systems, subsea flying leads, installation and workover control systems, running tools, and test equipment. The contractor will also provide onshore and offshore personnel to assist with installation and commissioning of this equipment.

All inquiries and expressions of interest should be directed to Hibernia Management and Development Company Ltd. The deadline for submission is Sept. 2, 2005.

(Aug. 19, 2005)

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