The scope includes a subsea template manifold system, two subsea wellheads and vertical monobore subsea trees, a production control system, and associated intervention and workover tooling.
It follows the execution of a master service agreement with Statoil in January 2016.
Mike Garding, president, OneSubsea, Schlumberger, said: “In collaboration with Statoil, we are developing a new subsea wellhead system that is particularly suitable for the fairly shallow waters in the Utgard field; and we are committed to supporting Statoil in their drive to break the cost curve.”
OneSubsea and Statoil cooperated to qualify a vertical monobore subsea tree as a standardized solution for Statoil’s subsea developments. The vertical trees, which are part of the contract deliverables, will be assembled and tested at the OneSubsea facility in Horsøy, Norway.