Technip awarded contract for the Vincent field project in Australia

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November 29, 2006
Technip awarded contract for the Vincent field project in Australia

Technip has been awarded a contract by Woodside Energy Ltd for the supply and installation of subsea facilities in connection with the development of the Vincent field. This field is located approximately 60 km north of Exmouth, off the Western Australian coast, in water depths ranging from 350 to 420 m.

The contract includes the design, engineering, procurement, installation, construction and pre-commissioning of:

  • rigid spools,
  • flexible flowlines(1) and risers(2) (approximately 18 km),
  • production umbilicals(3) (approximately 14 km),
  • riser holdback anchors, and
  • installation and tie-in of high voltage electrical jumpers.

Project execution will be supported by TS7AP, the joint venture company composed of Technip and Subsea 7 for subsea offshore operations in the Asia Pacific region. The project will be based in Perth (Australia). The flexible flowlines will be supplied by Flexi France, one of the Group’s flexible pipe plants, located in Le Trait, France. The umbilicals will be supplied by Duco, Technip’s subsidiary based in Newcastle, UK.

The Venturer, a vessel from Technip’s fleet, will support the offshore operations, which are scheduled to begin in the fourth quarter of 2007.

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