Exxon Mobil contracts Hadrian tieback to Lucius in deepwater GoM

Offshore staff

PARIS – Technip (Paris:TEC) has won a contract from Exxon Mobil Corp. to supply subsea equipment for the Hadrian South natural gas project in 7,500 ft (2,300 m) of water in the Gulf of Mexico. The project is a subsea tieback to Anadarko’s planned spar at Lucius.

Technip will supply project management, procurement and installation of two 7-mi long flowlines and associated jumpers; installation of a 9-mi long umbilical, associated foundation and flying leads; and pre-commissioning.

Technip in Houston will execute the contract. The flowlines will be welded at Technip’s spoolbase in Mobile, Alabama. The Deep Blue, a deepwater pipelay vessel from the Technip fleet will install the subsea equipment in 2013.


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