HOUSTON – Guangzhou Marine Geological Survey (GMGS) has contracted HMH to deliver a pressure control system.
The system will comprise of a blowout preventer stack, including the new SeaONYX V.2 control system, a SeaPrime Pod control system, PR2 H4 Connectors, as well as an 8,202-ft (2,500-m) riser package.
The total contract value is about $77 million.
On Sept. 2, 2021, GMGS contracted HMH’s subsidiary entity MHWirth AS to deliver a topsides drilling equipment package worth about $83 million.
The combined scope of these contracts will be installed onboard a drillship operated by GMGS. Delivery is expected around December 2023.
HMH is an independent company formed in October 2021 through the merger of Baker Hughes’ Subsea Drilling Systems business and Akastor ASA’s wholly owned subsidiary, MHWirth AS.