Technip secures another subsea contract for the Stones development in the GoM

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – Technip has received a contract from Shell Offshore for the development of subsea infrastructure for the Stones project. Included in the contract are two subsea production tiebacks to the FPSO.

The scope of work includes engineering of the required second pipeline end terminations; fabrication of the PLETs and piles; installation of the subsea production system; and inclusive of associated project management, engineering and stalk fabrication.

Technip will perform the overall project management in its operating center in Houston, while the flowlines will be welded at Techip’s spoolbase in Mobile, Alabama. Offshore installation will be performed by the company’s vessel for deepwater pipelay, Deep Blue.


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