AMEC wins Marine Well Containment Co. contract

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – AMEC says it has been selected by the Marine Well Containment Co. to design and deliver components of MWCC’s expanded containment system.

AMEC’s role covers project management, engineering, fabrication, integration, and commissioning of modular equipment to be utilized by the capture vessels of the Marine Well Containment System. AMEC’s recent acquisition, qedi, will be supporting AMEC on the integrated completions and commissioning services. When completed, the modular assemblies will be stored and maintained at permanent shore base locations.

The expanded containment system, scheduled for delivery in 2012, is designed to operate in up to 10,000 ft of water in the Gulf of Mexico, and capture up to 100,000 bbl of fluid and 200 MMcf/d of gas.


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