Subsea 7 has landed contracts with Chevron Australia and INPEX Operations Australia.
The firm will manage an Emergency Pipeline Repair System (EPRS) to be used offshore Australia.
The deal, which will be supported by Subsea 7’s Perth and Aberdeen bases, includes supporting Chevron-operated pipelines and INPEX’s Ichthys pipeline off the country’s north and northwest coasts.
Stephen Steele, vice president of life of field, said: “This award reinforces our position at the forefront of intervention and repair technologies and showcases one of Subsea 7’s key capabilities in the area of Life of Field services.
“We look forward to continuing our relationship with both companies.”
The targeted pipelines are located in water depths up to 1,350ft and measure 44’’in diameter.
Site integration is due to be completed by 2017.
The contract win comes after the firm confirmed it would shed 410 UK jobs by the end of the year.
Subsea 7 employs 1,800 people in Aberdeen and 13,000 people worldwide.
Its total global headcount will be reduced to 10,5000.
The firm credited project delays and contract cancellations for the downsize.
At the time, a spokesman said: “As we look ahead, we need to retain sufficient capacity to execute existing work and win new awards, while maintaining our core expertise in preparation for when the activity levels pick up again. In the meantime, we remain committed to implementing the necessary cost reduction measures and efficiency improvements to protect our business through the downturn.”