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TechnipFMC awarded large Integrated EPCI (iEPCITM) contract for the Eni Merakes Field offshore Indonesia

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TechnipFMC has been awarded a large1 integrated Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Transportation and Installation (iEPCI™) contract by Eni for the Merakes project, located offshore Balikpapan Indonesia, at a water depth of approximately 1500 m.

This contract covers five deepwater wells, and their 50-kilometer tie back to the existing Jangkrik Floating Production Unit in Indonesia. The project scope includes engineering, procurement, installation and pre-commissioning of subsea equipment such as subsea trees, a manifold, large bore deepwater high pressure flexible lines, umbilicals and distribution hardware, flexible risers, flowlines and jumpers.

Arnaud Piéton, President Subsea at TechnipFMC commented: “This award demonstrates our leadership in iEPCI™: an example of how through collaboration and engagement with our customer, we’re simplifying subsea field architecture, enabling long tie-backs and accelerating time to market for their production, all important drivers for Eni and Indonesia., We are proud to count Eni as a client for iEPCITM and honoured to help them in developing these resources through our integrated approach and to support the Indonesian expansion.”

1. For TechnipFMC, a “large” contract is between US$500 million and US$1 billion.

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