CAMERON has secured two subsea systems contracts totalling more than $180milion in value – one of $83million with Chevron, the other of $100million as part of a frame agreement with BP.
The Chevron contract is for the provision of subsea production systems for Phase II of the Tahiti subsea development in the US Gulf of Mexico’s Green Canyon blocks 596, 640, and 641. Cameron said the project included eight 15,000psi subsea trees; production control systems; connection systems; engineering and project management services, and related equipment. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in the fourth quarter of 2009 and to continue through 2012.
The BP contract covers the provision of subsea production systems for BP tieback projects, also in the US Gulf. The order includes four subsea trees; production control systems; a manifold; flowline connection systems; engineering and project management services, and related equipment.
Cameron said, too, that the engineering work and procurement of materials had actually started almost a year ago and that it would begin deliveries during Q4 2009 and run through 2010.