Award by ConocoPhillips for Jasmine Area Development

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ConocoPhillips, on behalf of the Jasmine owners, has awarded WorleyParsons a contract to provide detailed design and procurement services for the high pressure, high temperature Jasmine Area Development project (Jasmine) in the North Sea. This contract follows WorleyParsons’ successful performance of the earlier concept and feasibility phases. The contract includes provision of detailed engineering for three new platforms, interconnecting bridges, pipe-in-pipe risers and spools along with the functional design and specification for the subsea pipeline, subsea isolation valves, power/communications cable and umbilicals.

Award for Jasmine_Area Development

Jasmine is one of the U.K.’s largest exploration discoveries since the mid 1990s and was discovered by a ConocoPhillips-operated exploration well. First production from Jasmine Phase 1 is anticipated to occur late in 2012 and the core development is expected to produce an annual gross peak sales rate of more than 88,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day.

WorleyParsons is performing the work from its offices in London, Woking, Kuala Lumpur and Beijing. Mr John Grill, WorleyParsons’ Chief Executive Officer said “We are delighted to continue to support the delivery of this important project. The development of our offshore business in the North Sea is strategically important and the award of this contract is a significant step.”

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