The contract covers the delivery of four subsea templates and up to 23 subsea trees and associated components. The deliveries include Aker Solutions’ standard, lightweight vertical subsea trees, and Vectus™, the company’s next-generation subsea control system, which offers greater data and power capabilities.
"We are very pleased to see the Breidablikk project move forward, following the interim measures by the Norwegian authorities this summer," said Kjetel Digre, CEO of Aker Solutions. "The award demonstrates our competitive position in the subsea market and will lead to more activity at many of our facilities in Norway and internationally, creating work for hundreds of employees across Aker Solutions. We look forward to continuing our long-standing collaboration with Equinor in this project."
The work will be carried out at Aker Solutions' locations in Fornebu, Tranby, Egersund, Sandnessjøen and Ågotnes, with additional deliveries from Brazil, Malaysia and the UK.
Aker Solutions booked NOK 2 billion related to the first 15 subsea trees in 2Q20 and will book NOK 0.5 billion for the additional eight subsea trees as order intake in 3Q20.
Breidablikk is a large oil discovery on the Norwegian Continental Shelf located north-east of the Grane field in the North Sea. Breidablikk will be developed as a subsea field with a tie-back to the Grane platform by Equinor and partners Petoro, Vår Energi and ConocoPhillips.
The project development is subject to final approval by the Norwegian authorities.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/28092020/aker-solutions-awarded-contract-for-breidablikk-development/
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