Deepocean awarded contract by Repsol for YME beta north tie-back
Published by Laura Dean,
DeepOcean AS has been awarded an EPCI contract for performing marine operations in connection with Repsol’s tieback of YME Beta North reservoir to existing facilities.
The award to DeepOcean covers project management, engineering, construction and offshore installation activities. The offshore work includes marine operations for installation and tie-in of Subsea spools, flying leads and installation of Subsea Structures at the YME Beta North field. Preparations for start of production for the YME Beta North tie-back are also included in the contract.
The onshore project team will work out of DeepOcean’s office in Haugesund, with offshore execution scheduled for 2021.
DeepOcean’s Commercial Director for DeepOcean Europe, Rolf Ivar Sørdal, said:
“DeepOcean is continuously working hard to develop efficient solutions for our customers and to deliver as promised. This award is a true recognition of our achievements, all founded on our dedicated workforce and their flexible and cooperative mind-set during project execution.
The project fits very well with our capabilities and construction vessel fleet, and we are pleased that Repsol again has trusted us with this exciting award. DeepOcean is looking forward to cooperate with Repsol to deliver a successful and safe project”.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/24062020/deepocean-awarded-contract-by-repsol-for-yme-beta-north-tie-back/
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