KBR bags engineering design contract BP Quad 204 project

KBR bags engineering design contract for BP Quad 204 project

2:41 AM, 26th August 2011
KBR bags engineering design contract for BP Quad 204 project
Dennis Calton, President, Oil & Gas, KBR.

 

HOUSTON, US: KBR has bagged from Hyundai Heavy Industries Co Ltd contract to perform engineering design and procurement support services for BP Quad 204 Floating Production Storage and Offload (FPSO) project to be located west of Shetland Isles in UK waters.

The Quad 204 FPSO will be designed to meet the strict safety and environmental regulations for harsh weather operations. Services for Quad 204 project will be provided through KBR’s offices in Singapore and Jakarta, Indonesia. This award follows the recent announcement by BP and its co-venturers, to progress with a major re-development of the Schiehallion and Loyal oil fields.

“This award follows on from the successful performances by KBR on BP offshore projects in the North Sea, Caspian Sea and West Africa,” said Dennis Calton, President, Oil & Gas, KBR.

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