“Demonstrating competitiveness and a strong ability to improve during the past years, Norwegian suppliers have secured as much as 70% of the contracts in the first phase of the Johan Sverdrup development. Today’s contract award increases the Norwegian share in phase 2 to 85%,” says Peggy Krantz-Underland, Equinor’s chief procurement officer.
The first phase of the Johan Sverdrup development is nearly 90% completed, with expected production start in November. In phase 1, Subsea 7 was responsible for delivery and installation of several subsea components and tie-in of pipelines at the field.
In the second project phase Subsea 7 is awarded the contract for delivery and installation of around 100 km of infield pipelines and 25 spools, installation of umbilicals and marine operations associated with the subsea scope.
“Subsea 7 is awarded the last major subsea contract for Johan Sverdrup phase 2. Based on good experiences and learning from phase one, the award will ensure continuity and a coherent development of the entire Johan Sverdrup field. This will give us a good foundation for enhancing our collaboration on safety, efficiency and further improvements in the execution phase and afterwards in the operating phase,” says Trond Bokn, project director for the Johan Sverdrup development.
Subsea 7 describes the value of the contract as “substantial”, defined to be in the range of US$150 - 300 million.
Phase 2 of the Johan Sverdrup development was approved by Norwegian authorities in May 2019. Start-up of phase 2 is scheduled for 4Q22.
The Johan Sverdrup licensees are Equinor (operator), Lundin Norway, Petoro, Aker BP and Total.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/14062019/equinor-awards-contracts-for-johan-sverdrup-phase-ii/
You might also like
By implementing the company’s CwD services, Hunt Oil reduced the number of runs required, with a saving on time and cost.