Published On: Fri, Nov 29th, 2019

Subsea 7 bags contract for Julimar-Brunello Project phase 2 in Australia

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Subsea 7, a -based subsea engineering, construction and services company, has confirmed winning a contract from Woodside for executing phase 2 of the Julimar-Brunello Project in .

The value of the contract is in the range of $150 million-$300 million.

The contract was won to Subsea 7 earlier this year and was subject to the final investment decision of the Julimar-Brunello Project, which has now been taken by the joint venture participants – Woodside and .

The Julimar field is located about 200 km offshore North Western Australia.

Subsea 7’s full scope of work will be to provide design, procurement, installation and commissioning of a 22 km 18” Corrosion Resistant Alloy (CRA) gas transmission flowline and also an umbilical system.

Subsea 7 will be deploying its reel-lay and heavy construction vessels to carry out the offshore activities in 2021.

Subsea 7 bags contract from Woodside for the Julimar-Brunello Project phase 2 in Australia

Subsea 7 bags contract from Woodside for the Julimar-Brunello Project phase 2 in Australia. Photo courtesy of SUBSEA 7.

Andy Woolgar –  Subsea 7 Australia and Vice President said: “This contract with Woodside reflects what can be achieved with strong collaboration and early engagement. Our solution demonstrates the advantages of having a full range of installation and pipelay capabilities in Australia and illustrates how Subsea 7’s global technology portfolio allows us to deliver cost-effective solutions to our clients around the world.”

In late October, Subsea 7 won a contract to undertake a front-end engineering design (FEED) study for the subsea umbilicals and flowlines system of the Ormen Lange Field in the Norwegian Sea.

The FEED contract was awarded by , the subsea technologies, production and processing systems unit of Schlumberger. The Ormen Lange Field is operated by Norske Shell.

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