Subsea 7 bags contract for Julimar-Brunello Project phase 2 in Australia
Subsea 7, a UK-based subsea engineering, construction and services company, has confirmed winning a contract from Woodside for executing phase 2 of the Julimar-Brunello Project in Australia.
The value of the contract is in the range of $150 million-$300 million.
The contract was won to Subsea 7 earlier this year and was subject to the final investment decision of the Julimar-Brunello Project, which has now been taken by the joint venture participants – Woodside and KUFPEC.
The Julimar field is located about 200 km offshore North Western Australia.
Subsea 7’s full scope of work will be to provide design, procurement, installation and commissioning of a 22 km 18” Corrosion Resistant Alloy (CRA) gas transmission flowline and also an umbilical system.
Subsea 7 will be deploying its reel-lay and heavy construction vessels to carry out the offshore activities in 2021.
Andy Woolgar – Subsea 7 Australia and New Zealand Vice President said: “This contract with Woodside reflects what can be achieved with strong collaboration and early engagement. Our solution demonstrates the advantages of having a full range of installation and pipelay capabilities in Australia and illustrates how Subsea 7’s global technology portfolio allows us to deliver cost-effective solutions to our clients around the world.”
In late October, Subsea 7 won a contract to undertake a front-end engineering design (FEED) study for the subsea umbilicals and flowlines system of the Ormen Lange Field in the Norwegian Sea.
The FEED contract was awarded by OneSubsea, the subsea technologies, production and processing systems unit of Schlumberger. The Ormen Lange Field is operated by Norske Shell.