Technip-Coflexip wins Juno offshore award

Technip-Coflexip has announced that Coflexip Stena Offshore Ltd, one of its UK entities, has been awarded the pipelines and subsea EPCIC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation and Commissioning) contract from BG International (NSW) Ltd, for its Juno development in the Southern UK North Sea. The contract, worth GBP 30 million, includes the tieback of four of Juno’s seven wells in 2002, and the remaining three wells in 2003. With the additional subsequent tieback of the new Minerva platform to the existing Cleeton platform, the contract represents a significant project for the North Sea’s oil and gas industry in 2002 and underlines CSOL’s position as the leading integrated subsea contractor in the region.
CSOL will undertake the project management, engineering and design, manufacture and installation of all production and piggybacked pipelines that are required for the development. CSOL is also responsible for the project management, engineering and installation of all production control umbilicals and associated equipment as well as the project management, transportation and installation of two subsea manifolds. Tie-ins, testing and commissioning of the completed infrastructure will also be carried out by CSOL with a target of first gas by the end of 2002.
Fabrication of the production pipelines will be undertaken at Technip-Coflexip’s Evanton spoolbase in Scotland and the umbilicals manufactured under a separate contract by Technip-Coflexip subsidiary, Duco in Newcastle.

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