Technip Bags Shell Subsea Contract In Gulf Mexico
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Technip bags Shell’s subsea contract in Gulf of Mexico

10:14 AM, 23rd August 2013
Technip New Contract With Shell

PARIS, FRANCE: Technip was awarded by Shell Offshore Inc, an important engineering, procurement and installation contract for the development of subsea infrastructure for the Stones field. This field is located in the Walker Ridge area in the US Gulf of Mexico, at a water depth of approximately 2,900 metre. This development will host the deepest floating, production, storage and offloading (FPSO) unit in the world and will be Shell’s first FPSO in the Gulf of Mexico.

Technip will be in charge of installation of the subsea production system and Stones lateral gas pipeline, inclusive of associated project management, engineering and stalk fabrication. Technip’s operating centre in Houston, Texas, US will perform the overall project management.

“With greater depths come greater challenges for our clients and we are delighted to help Shell push back subsea frontiers by laying the deepest gas pipeline worldwide. With the award of this high-profile project, Technip confirms its subsea leadership and keeps differentiating itself through innovation to remain at the forefront of frontier projects,” said David Dickson, Senior Vice President, North America Region, Technip.

 

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