Technip bags Woodside’s engineering services contract

Technip bags Woodside’s engineering services contract

5:54 AM, 13th May 2016
Technip bags Woodside’s engineering services contract

PARIS, FRANCE: Technip SA has been awarded an engineering services contract by Woodside Petroleum Limited to provide multi-disciplinary engineering services as part of an engineering panel. This contract covers all Woodside operated onshore, offshore and subsea producing assets.

Under the agreement, Technip and Genesis, a wholly owned subsidiary of Technip, may provide a comprehensive suite of engineering services including:

  • concept select and feasibility studies,
  • front-end engineering and design (FEED),
  • detailed engineering,
  • production engineering support,
  • engineering assessment and review, as well as Genesis’ specialist technical services (eg: flow assurance, technical safety).

“We are delighted to continue our relationship and journey with Woodside in the pursuit of innovative engineering solutions for their existing and extensive onshore LNG facilities, offshore oil & gas assets and subsea infrastructures,” said Arnaud Pieton, president of Technip in Asia Pacific.

The contract enables Woodside to leverage our combined resource pool in our operating center in Perth, Australia, as well as support from our global team, said the company.

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