Subsea 7 has announced the award of new contracts off the coast of Australia and the US Gulf of Mexico.
The first, a “large” deal worth somewhere between $300m (£235m) and $500m (£391m), is for work at the ConocoPhillips-operated Barossa Field off Australia’s north coast.
Subsea 7 will carry out a SURF workscope (subsea, umbilicals, risers and flowlines) for the field which lies 186miles off Darwin in the Northern Territory.
The work is expected to take place in 2022 and 2023, with Subsea 7 engineering, procuring, fabricating, and pre-commissioning 22miles of flowlines and umbilicals using reel-lay and heavy construction vessels.
Barossa is currently awaiting a final investment decision.
Andy Woolgar, vice president for Australia and New Zeaand said he is “delighted to be working on this prestigious project”.
Meanwhile, the firm has also won work for a “substantial” deal with Murphy Exploration and Production in the US Gulf of Mexico.
The deal, worth somewhere between $150m (£117m) and $300m (£235), will see Subsea 7 tieback seven wells to the Kings Quay semi-submersible around 175miles south of New Orleans.
The company will carry out installation services related to the Samurai, Khaleesi and Mormont developments, with project management and fabrication getting underway now from its onshore bases in Texas and offshore operations beginning next year.
Craig Boussard, vice president for Subsea 7 US said: “This effective working relationship has set the stage for a best-in-class project delivery of one of the largest subsea development projects in the Gulf of Mexico. Subsea 7 will provide a single point contract for the SURF and mooring work scopes on this project, which allows for improved management of the interface risk.”