Ceona wins two contracts for work offshore Nigeria

Offshore staff

LONDON Ceona has received two new contracts worth more than $30 million offshore Nigeria.

Ceona will provide vessels from its fleet and installation services on the ENI NAE (Nigerian Agip Exploration Ltd.) ABO12 well completion.

Engineering has begun on the ABO12 project, with the full scope of work involving the installation of flexibles, umbilicals, and a PLEM suction pile system. Offshore work is planned for February 2015.

The company also will support Marine Platforms Ltd. (MPL) on the Sea Eagle FPSO on behalf of Shell Petroleum Development Co.


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