TechnipFMC bags subsea equipment contract by Sabah Shell Petroleum

TechnipFMC bags subsea equipment contract by Sabah Shell Petroleum

7:00 AM, 26th March 2018
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LONDON, UK/ PARIS, FRANCE/ HOUSTON, US: TechnipFMC (FTI) has been awarded an engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) contract by Sabah Shell Petroleum Company Ltd.

This award covers the delivery and installation of subsea equipment including umbilicals, flowlines and the subsea production system for the Gumusut-Kakap phase 2 project.

“We are extremely honoured to have been awarded this project by Sabah Shell Petroleum. This award demonstrates the added value of our unique integrated offering (iEPCI) and brings TechnipFMC’s integrated model to the Asia Pacific region,” said Hallvard Hasselknippe, president of TechnipFMC’s subsea business.

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