Dana contracts Aker subsea controls, topside power for Western Isles

Aker Solutions will manufacture and deliver subsea control modules and topside power units under an £8-million ($12.6-million) contract with Dana Petroleum.

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LYSAKER, Norway – Aker Solutions will manufacture and deliver subsea control modules and topside power units under an £8-million ($12.6-million) contract with Dana Petroleum.

Aker will provide project management, engineering, procurement, construction of subsea systems for the Western Isles Development on the UK continental shelf 500 km (311 mi) northeast of Aberdeen. The development includes the Harris and Barra reservoirs.

Nine subsea control modules will be delivered by Aker Solutions' Aberdeen facility. The full scope of work will also see one master control system, one electrical power unit, one hydraulic unit, one subsea isolation valve panel, two topside umbilical termination units, two subsea distribution units, five electrical distribution boxes and 11 mounting bases delivered.

The work will also include offshore installation and commissioning support of all subsea control system equipment. Final deliveries will be made in 2Q 2013.

11/17/2011

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