Baobab subsea equipment undergoes overhaul

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, Scotland -- DOF Subsea UK has won a £1-million ($1.6-million) IRM contract for the Baobab field offshore Cote d’Ivoire, operated by Canadian Natural Resources.

The 14-day project is due to start this spring, using the Geoholm vessel. The work scope includes removal and replacement of a multiphase flow meter, and replacement of a choke and a subsea control module, in water depths of around 1,200 m (3,937 ft).


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