Woodside has awarded ICON Engineering the Greater Enfield subsea rig interface work.
The pair celebrated 20 years worth contract dealings as part of the win.
The scope includes providing subsea rig interfaces for the Greater Enfield oil development project. The work involves detailed design and fabrication in both Perth and Singapore, shipyard installation and offshore commissioning for the interfaces.
The Greater Enfield Project is a joint venture between Woodside (Operator, 60%) and Mitsui E&P Australia Pty Ltd (40%), and is located in Commonwealth waters 60 km off Exmouth in Western Australia.
Greater Enfield will develop the Laverda Canyon, Norton over Laverda (WA-59-L) and Cimatti (WA-28-L) oil accumulations. These reserves will be produced via a 31 km subsea tie-back to the Ngujima-Yin floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) facility, which is currently located over the Vincent oil field.
ICON Engineering managing director David Field said: “Woodside has been a client of ICON’s for 20 years. It’s fitting that in our 20th year, we’re able to continue support for Woodside with the development of the Greater Enfield oilfield, and other projects.”
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