Subsea 7 wins further work for Lianzi

Offshore staff

LUXEMBOURG – Chevron (NYSE:CVX) has awarded Subsea 7 (Oslo Børs:SUBC) a $150-million engineering, procurement, construction, and installation (EPCI) topside contract for the Lianzi field development offshore Republic of Congo and Angola.

The scope includes provision of a 200-metric ton (220-ton) module housing a high-voltage generating system for the new subsea direct electrically heated (DEH) pipeline cable; an 80-metric ton (88-ton) flow meter deck extension; and various upgrades on the platform.

Fabrication will be performed in both Republic of Congo and Angola by Subsea 7’s Angolan joint venture. Offshore work including installation, hookup, and commissioning is scheduled for 2Q 2014.

Earlier this year, the company was awarded the subsea installations for the same project.


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