Ocean Installer has been awarded a contract for Subsea Power Cable Installation for the CNOOC Liuhua 16-2 Oil Field Development within the South China Sea.
The work scope encompasses Project Management, Engineering, transportation and Installation in addition to varied different assist features to the shopper’s engineering workforce. This is the corporate’s second subsea job in China, and Ocean Installer will conduct the work as a subcontractor to COOEC Subsea Technology Co., Ltd., which is accountable for the deepwater SURF (Structures, Umbilicals, Risers, Flowlines) EPCI scope in direction of end-client CNOOC. Work has already begun, with set up season in the summertime of 2020 utilising the Connector, an ultra-deepwater multipurpose, flex-lay subsea building vessel with DP3 which is owned by Ocean Yield AS.
“This is Ocean Installer’s second job in China. Ocean Installer’s international subsea building information and experience will likely be used to enhance our shopper’s functionality to make sure total success for the mission, and we imagine any such cooperation will likely be essential going ahead in what’s a brand new geographic market including to our sturdy backlog of initiatives to be executed over the subsequent years” says Odd Strømsnes, CEO of Ocean Installer.
The mission will likely be managed in shut cooperation with COOEC Subsea Technology workforce in Shenzhen. Ocean Installer’s mission administration and engineering workforce will likely be based mostly in Houston, and be supported by Ocean Installer’s principal workplace in Stavanger, Norway.
The Liuhua 16-2 oil discipline, operated by CNOOC, is situated roughly 240 km south of Hong Kong at water depth of roughly 400 meters.
(Source: Ocean Installer – Image: Martin McKenna)
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