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GE wins $165 million subsea contract for Chevron’s West Africa Lianzi projectGE today announced it has received a $165 million contract to supply production equipment to Chevron’s Lianzi project, situated offshore between Angola and the Republic of Congo.GE will provide a range of technologies to enable EPC project execution.
The oilfield services contractor will supply seven subsea trees, nine control modules, topside and subsea controls distribution equipment, and vertical connection systems under the engineering, procurement and construction contract.Subsea 7 earlier this year won the $600 million deal to provide subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines for the field that straddles
The contractor said if all options were exercised, the contract quintet could be worth an additional $33.32 million.The five jobs include the company’s first charter in Gabon, two in Congo-Brazzaville and two in Saudi Arabia.Total has chartered the Armada Firman 2 accommodation workboat to support is operations offshore
News from SPE ATCE 2012: 4D seismic history matching improves reservoir modeling and managementBY NELL LUKOSAVICHSAN ANTONIO – 4D seismic has been used in a variety of operations from exploration through production. Reservoir monitoring has especially become a necessity as hydrocarbon extraction has moved into deeper, hotter and more pressurized wells.