Noble Energy contracts EMAS AMC for three GoM subsea tiebacks

Offshore staff

SINGAPOREEMAS AMC, the subsea division of EMAS, has finalized three contracts with Noble Energy worth a combined total of more than $300 million.

The scope of work includes engineering, procurement, construction, and installation of subsea tiebacks for the Big Bend, Dantzler, and Gunflint field developments in the US Gulf of Mexico.

Project management, engineering, and procurement are under way from EMAS AMC’s Houston office with fabrication of the 16 subsea structures, along with the stalking and spooling of more than 160 mi (258 km) of line pipe in progress at the recently upgraded EMAS Marine Base facility in Ingleside, Texas.

Offshore execution is scheduled for 2015, using five of the company’s offshore construction vessels, including the newbuild, ultra-high-tension, deepwater, reel-lay and heavy-lift vessel Lewek Constellation.


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