CABGOC assigns Lucapa subsea FEED

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – Cabinda Gulf Oil Co. (CABGOC) has contracted WorleyParsons Angola and INTECSEA for front-end engineering and design (FEED) for subsea facilities for the Lucapa field in Angolan block 14.

The scheme calls for water injection wells and production wells with artificial lift tied back to an FPSO.

Lucapa is on the north rim of the Congo River Canyon in 3,000-6,000 ft (910-1,830 m) of water.

Work will be performed at INTECSEA offices in Houston, supported by WorleyParsons operations in Luanda.

The Lucapa development is a joint venture between Chevron, Sonangol, ENI, Total, and Galp.


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