Noble taps Delmar to install subsea trees in eastern Mediterranean Tamar gas field

Noble Energy has awarded Delmar Systems Inc. a contract to install five subsea trees in the Tamar gas field offshore Israel in the Mediterranean Sea.

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BROUSSARD, Louisiana – Noble Energy has awarded Delmar Systems Inc. a contract to install five subsea trees in the Tamar gas field offshore Israel in the Mediterranean Sea.

Delmar says it will use the Heave Compensated Landing System to install the equipment on the Matan block in 5,500 ft (1,676 m) water depth working with the Transocean Sedco Express semisubmersible rig.

Project commissioning is expected in late 2012 on Tamar, which holds an estimated 8.4 tcf of natural gas reserves. 

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Delmar will use the Heave Compensated Landing System to install five subsea trees offshore Israel.

10/26/2011

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