JP Kenny to devise Linnorm SURF scope for offshore Norway

Offshore staff

TANANGER, Norway -- Norske Shell has awarded JP Kenny Norway a front-end engineering design (FEED) contract for the high-pressure/high-temperature Linnorm field development in the Norwegian Sea.

The project involves provision of a full subsea, umbilical, riser, and flowline (SURF) work scope.

The $9-million contract is part of a global Enterprise Frame Agreement which Shell awarded earlier this year to Wood Group Kenny. Work will be performed at JP Kenny’s offices in Stavanger and Oslo.



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