Subsea 7 booked in for Zinia job off Angola

A Subsea 7 reel lay vessel
A Subsea 7 reel lay vessel

Subsea 7 will has won a contract worth at least $150 million for work on Total’s Zinia Phase 2 project off Angola.

The Luxembourg-registered firm will supply, install and commissioning subsea flowlines and umbilicals on the field, 150 kilometres off the coast.

The contract scope includes the tie-back development of two reservoirs to the existing Pazflor FPSO in Block 17.

About 36 kilometres of flowlines and 21 kilometres of umbilicals will be installed, with offshore work scheduled in2020.

Project management and engineering will be delivered from Subsea 7’sGlobal Project Centre in Paris, France and local office in Luanda, Angola.

Fabrication will take place in Sonamet’s yard in Lobito, Angola.

Subsea 7’s regional vice president for Africa, Gilles Lafaye, said: “This award recognises our cost effective engineering solutions and our established local presence in Angola. We look forward to maintaining our long-standing and collaborative relationship with Total through our safe and efficient delivery of the Zinia Phase 2 project.”

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