Saipem awarded two offshore construction contracts amounting to approximately GBP 104 million

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22 December 2003

Saipem, an Eni company, has been awarded two offshore contracts by EnCana UK as part of the Buzzard development project, for a total value of approximately 104 million GBP.

The Buzzard field, located in the central North Sea, some 100 km northeast of Aberdeen, Scotland, is the largest oilfield discovered in the UK North Sea in over a decade.

The first contract includes the transport and installation of three large jacket with weights of approximately 6.000 tons each, two large integrated decks (about 10.500 and 9.500 tons each), one wellhead deck (around 3.600 tons) and two bridges. The installation will be performed mainly by the vessel Saipem 7000 between summer 2005 and summer 2006.

The second contract is a turn key contract for the provision of subsea field facilities including infield pipelines and two 28km export-pipelines system. The contract will be performed between second quarter 2005 and third quarter 2006 mainly by the vessel Castoro 6.

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