Paris-based Technip said Tuesday it won two contracts from Maersk Oil for the Valdemar & Roar Gas Lift project as well as the Rolf Replacement Pipeline project, located on the Danish Continental Shelf, approximately 250 kilometers offshore Esbjerg, Denmark.
Technip didn’t disclose the exact value but said the deals have a total value of $68 million to $136 million.
The scope of work will include:
– fabrication and installation of two riser caissons on the Valdemar and Roar platforms
– fabrication and installation of a 8” 18-kilometer flowline between the Rolf A and Gorm E platforms
– pipeline trenching and protection operations
– fabrication and installation of 34 spools, and
– offshore commissioning
Technip’s operations center in Oslo, Norway, will execute the project.
Vessels from the Group fleet, including the Wellservicer, a diving and multi support vessel, will perform the offshore installation in summer 2015.
The flowline will be fabricated at Technip’s spoolbase in Orkanger, Norway, and installed by the Apache II, from Technip’s fleet.
Fabrication of the caissons and spools will be locally performed in Denmark.
Knut Boe, Technip’s president for the North Sea and Canada said: “We are looking forward to managing these two projects, which combine our diving, construction and pipelay capabilities, in the Danish subsea market.”