Total, formerly TotalFinaElf, has authorised the development of the Dalia oilfield, offshore Angola, and has subsequently issued contracts related to the development of the field. Total will develop Dalia using 34 subsea production wells, 30 water injection wells and three gas injection wells. Dalia will be produced via an FPSO with a processing capacity of 240,000 bpd and a storage capacity 2 MMbo. In total, Dalia is expected to require an investment of USD 3.4 billion to develop. Technip-Coflexip, leading a joint venture with Stolt Offshore and Saipem, secured the contract for the Dalia FPSO topsides. The contract, valued at about USD 640 million, covers the topsides modules and their integration to the hull. The modules and integration will be carried out in consortium with Samsung Heavy Industries and Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Co. The joint venture will have responsibility for project management, engineering, procurement, onshore commissioning and offshore hook-up of the FPSO, which represents a value of approximately USD 430 million. In addition, the joint venture will be responsible for equipment to be assigned by Total, including the management of the contract awarded to Samsung Heavy Industries to construct the FPSO hull. Technip-Coflexip also was awarded the engineering, procurement and construction contract for SURF supply and installation of the Integrated Production Bundle (IPB) and subsea umbilicals. Aker Kvaerner won the contract for the subsea production systemworth more than 300 million. Kvaerner Oilfield Products (KOP) will deliver 67 subsea trees and wellhead systems, nine manifolds, two work-over systems and all related connection systems.
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