Woodside Awards Technip, Subsea 7 CWLH Redevelopment Work Offshore Australia

Technip and Subsea 7 (SUB), have been awarded a subsea installation contract by Australia’s Woodside Energy Ltd. for the Cossack Wanaea Lambert Hermes (CWLH) redevelopment project in Western Australia.

The overall CWLH redevelopment project involves the replacement of the oil-producing Cossack Pioneer floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) facility, located offshore in the Carnarvon Basin, as well as the refurbishment of associated subsea infrastructure.

The Technip and Subsea 7 contract consisting in the refurbishment of associated subsea infrastructure covers project management, recovery of three risers and installation of three replacement risers, installation of 20 kilometers of flowlines, riser base rectification works, and pre-commissioning assistance.

The project team is based in Technip’s office in Perth, Western Australia. The flowlines and risers have been manufactured in Le Trait, France, one of Technip’s flexible pipe plants. Offshore installation is scheduled to start in the fourth quarter of 2010 using the Venturer, a construction vessel from Technip’s fleet and the Nor Australis diving support vessel contracted to Woodside.



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