Joint venture to assist TEN deepwater installation campaign

Offshore staff

ACCRA, Ghana -- Technip has contracted the Harkand/Consolidated Shipping Agencies joint venture to support offshore and onshore construction activity in Ghana.

Aberdeen-based Harkand Andrews Survey will service Tullow Oil’s Tweneboa, Enyenra, and Ntomme (TEN) project in the deepwater Tano block, 60 km (37 mi) offshore Ghana.

Work is due to start this October. The survey team will manage and support all survey needs on board Technip’s vessels during offshore construction activities, which include rigid and flexible pipelay, structure installations, spool metrology, pre-lay, and as-built surveys.

The program should be completed by next summer.


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