In an accompanying operations update IOG noted that full contract awards are expected shortly for key Phase 1 workstreams, including platform fabrication, pipelay and subsea work, and well management. Project execution activities remain on track and at present the company says there is no impact to its schedule from the ongoing industry and economic turbulence.
IOG also expects construction activities ramping up to deliver its Southwark and Blythe platforms on schedule within 1H21, as well as a pipelay campaign that remains on schedule for 2H20.
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