KBR takes South Arne supporting role

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – Dragados Offshore has appointed KBR as subcontractor for detailed engineering on Hess’ South Arne Phase 3 project offshore Denmark.

Dragados has the EPC award to build two wellhead platform topsides with respective weights of 1,600 tons and 1,350 tons (1,763/1,488 metric tons); and the two supporting jackets, each weighing 2,600 tons (2,866 metric tons).

KBR will provide detailed engineering and procurement assistance, along with additional engineering support throughout the construction and installation phases.

Detailed engineering will be performed at KBR’s offices in Leatherhead, near London, under Dragados’ supervision of Dragados Offshore. Completion, which will be achieved upon sailaway of the different elements, is targeted for April-May 2012. This term includes a seven-week period for onshore commissioning of the platforms at the Dragados Puerto Real yard in southwest Spain.

KBR worked on the original South Arne development project in 1999.


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