Pemex lets production systems contract for Lakach development

Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) has let a $290-million subsea production systems contract to OneSubsea, a joint venture of Cameron International Corp. and Schlumberger Ltd., for development of Lakach gas field in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico.

OneSubsea will provide production equipment and tooling for the 7-well system, as well as installation and commissioning services. Deliveries are expected to launch in June 2016.

Also this month Pemex let an engineering, procurement, construction, and installation contract to Italy’s Saipem SPA, a unit of Eni SPA, for work on the system connecting the Lakach offshore field with the onshore gas conditioning plant (OGJ Online, Oct. 2, 2014).

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