Apache contracts Subsea 7 for SURF project offshore Western Australia

Offshore staff

LUXEMBOURG – Apache Australia Pty. Ltd. has awarded a $100-million subsea umbilical, riser, and flowline contract to Subsea 7 S.A. (Oslo Børs:SUBC).

The work, in Julimar offshore Western Australia, will include transportation, installation and pre-commissioning of the umbilicals, manifolds, and diverless tie-in spools.

Engineering is ongoing in Perth, Australia, and offshore operations are scheduled to start in late 2014.



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