The company's CAN technology aims to reduce field development costs and help with wells in difficult seabed conditions.
CannSeal’s technology is now available to US and Gulf of Mexico operators looking to extend the life of a mature well or re-establish well integrity.
The decision reflects a broader trend of majors embracing subsea tie-backs that offer quicker paths to first oil and attractive returns, according to Wood Mackenzie.
The project is expected to start production in late 2021 and produce up to 35 000 boe/d at peak rates.
The permitting work for the Appomattox project, which saw first oil in May 2019, helped define and clarify the safety requirements in BSEE’s recently published high pressure and high temperature related guidance documents.
The company will provide MODEC with three 34-megawatt (MW) SGT-A35 gas turbine power generation packages for an FPSO vessel.
Norwegian based oil and gas solids solutions firm FourPhase is to install a sand management system for an offshore platform in the Gulf of Mexico for a trial period.