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Infinity awarded frame agreement and first project from major E&P company

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Infinity have been awarded a frame agreement for the provision of engineering and commenced the first project. Infinity announced that the first project, a fast track subsea tie-back to an existing facility is now underway.

The project will be developed over the next six months with the offshore installation expected to commence late 2019. Infinity’s scope will see the team manage the delivery of flow assurance and process safety engineering for the project.

Edu Umoh, Process Engineering Lead at Infinity said:

"We are delighted that we have been selected for this work. This will be a challenging scope as our client is on a very tight schedule. Being a responsive team with the agility to deliver complex solutions within short deadlines has led to this latest success. We look forward to working on this project and ensuring our client meets all project milestones."

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