Technip assigned Norwegian North Sea field tie-ins

Offshore Staff

Statoil has awarded Technip two contracts for subsea installations in the North Sea with a total value of around $70 million.

These are for the Vilje South and Visund North developments in respective water depths of 120 and 385 m (393/1,263 ft).

Technip will be responsible for:

· Welding and installation of a 10-km (6.2-mi) production flowline

· Subsea equipment installation and tie-ins

· Umbilical installation and tie-ins.

The company’s operating center in will execute the contracts. Flowline  welding will be performed at Technip’s spoolbase in Orkanger, Norway, while Apache II will handle pipelay in mid-2013.


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