Proserv has secured a contract from Independent Oil and Gas to supply subsea controls system for IOG’s Core Project Phase 1 improvement within the UK Southern North Sea.
Specifically, Proserv shall be liable for the engineering, development and set up for the Elgood single-well subsea tieback.
The system will include a grasp management station, subsea management module in addition to subsea distribution and instrumentation.
Elgood fuel discipline
The Elgood fuel discipline is a part of the Blythe Hub, located 35 kilometres offshore Norfolk within the Southern North Sea.
The discipline ought to come on stream in 2021.
Elgood is a single subsea tieback to an unmanned platform on the close by Blythe discipline.
IOG is the sector operator with 50 per cent, with the remaining 50 per cent curiosity additionally belonging to CalEnergy.
Iain Smith, senior vp – Proserv Controls, mentioned:
“We are happy to be awarded this work in such unsure occasions and it additional strengthens our repute as a subsea controls provider.
“We look ahead to working with IOG and their SURF contractor to make sure the cost-effective, secure and well timed execution.”
Mark Hughes, chief working officer IOG, mentioned:
“We are happy to be working with Proserv, a recognised specialist supplier of subsea controls programs, on the Elgood nicely, which is a crucial a part of our Phase 1 improvement.”
This deal additionally follows yesterday’s information on Petrofac touchdown the nicely administration contract on Core Project Phase 1.
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