French Technip wins $1.2b TEN contracts offshore Ghana
France’s Technip has announced it’s been awarded two contracts worth $1.23 billion for the development of the Tweneboa-Enyera-Ntomme (TEN) project offshore Ghana.
Technip, who is leading a consortium with Norway’s Subsea7, said October 31, 2013 those two contracts which involves engineering, fabrication and installation at the TEN fields were awarded by Tullow Ghana.
The French company highlighted the scope of the two contracts.
· Engineering, fabrication and installation of 9 flexible risers, 3 flexible flowlines and 12 flexible spools totaling 48 kilometers;
· Engineering, fabrication and installation of 33 kilometers of water injection and gas injection rigid flowlines;
· Installation of about 63 kilometers of static and dynamic umbilicals;
· Engineering, pre-fabrication, final assembly and installation of 10 well rigid jumpers and delivery of further 6 prefabricated rigid jumpers.
The offshore installation is scheduled to be completed in the second half of 2016, Technip said in a statement.
The TEN Field is located in the Deepwater Tano Contract Area, 60 kilometers off the coast of Ghana and approximately 30 kilometers west of the Jubilee Fields.
Tullow is operator of the Deepwater Tano Contract Area with an interest of 47.175%. Other partner interests are Kosmos Energy (17%), Anadarko Petroleum (17%), Sabre Oil & Gas Holdings Ltd, a subsidiary of Petro SA (3.825%), and the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (15%).
By Ekow Quandzie