Subsea 7 lands GoM installation for Shell

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – Royal Dutch Shell has awarded Subsea 7 a contract for installation work in the Gulf of Mexico. The contract value is in the range of $50 million to $100 million.

The contract scope of work involves the installation of 27 mi (43 km) of 8-in. flowlines and steel catenary risers, with associated structures such as pipeline end terminations and inline structures.

The main offshore installation phase is expected to take place in 2Q and 3Q 2016.

11/25/2014

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