Statoil picks FMC for Pan Pandora

FMC Technologies has won a $70-million contract to supply Statoil with subsea production equipment for the Pan Pandora oil and gas field in the Norwegian North Sea.

Offshore staff

HOUSTON -- FMC Technologies has won a $70-million contract to supply Statoil with subsea production equipment for the Pan Pandora oil and gas field in the Norwegian North Sea. Pan Pandora is in a water depth of about 950 ft (290 m).

FMC’s work scope comprises four subsea production trees, wellheads, choke modules and subsea control modules. The company will also supply one manifold structure and associated tools and control systems.

All equipment will be manufactured and assembled at FMC’s facilities in Scotland and Norway, with deliveries due to start during spring 2011.

The award includes options for the supply of subsea production systems for three further fields. All equipment will be based on standard subsea configuration designed by Statoil and FMC.


06/22/2010

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