Engineering and development specialist Subsea 7 has secured contracts from Chevron for subsea set up companies associated to the Anchor discipline, situated within the Green Canyon space of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.
The Chevron-operated Anchor discipline is situated roughly 225 kilometres off the coast of Louisiana.
Subsea 7’s scope of labor contains venture administration, engineering, procurement, development, and set up of the SURF elements.
It contains, however not restricted to, the manufacturing flowlines, risers, umbilicals, flying leads, jumpers, and related appurtenances.
Project administration and engineering will begin instantly at Subsea 7’s places of work in Houston, Texas.
Fabrication of the flowlines and risers will happen at Subsea 7’s spool-base in Ingleside, Texas.
Offshore operations ought to happen in 2022 and 2023.
Craig Broussard, vp for Subsea 7 US, mentioned: “The mixture of the SURF scope for Subsea 7 and the continuing subsea tools supply by OneSubsea, will enable the Subsea Integration Alliance to work in partnership with Chevron to unlock the worth of an built-in strategy to venture optimization“.
Chevron sanctioned the Anchor venture in December 2019.
The discipline growth consists of seven subsea wells linked to a semi-submersible floating manufacturing unit (FPU).
The FPU has a capability of 75,000 barrels of crude oil and 28 million cubic ft of fuel per day.
Chevron ordered the FPU hull for the venture from South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME).
OneSubsea will ship a subsea manufacturing and multiphase boosting system.
Aker Solutions will present 24 kilometres of umbilicals for the venture.
The first oil is predicted in 2024.
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