Norwegian energy service firm Aker Solutions will provide the subsea production system for the first phase of the Aerfugl gas development off Norway.
Aker Solutions said work would begin straight away and would involve contributions from its bases in Norway, Malaysia and the UK.
Operator Aker BP awarded the contract, which is subject to government approval for the field development plan.
The contract value was not disclosed.
The work will begin immediately and will involve Aker Solutions facilities in Norway, Malaysia and the UK.
The subsea system will include wellheads, vertical subsea trees, a tie-in module and an umbilical riser base.
Aker Solutions executive vice president Knut Sandvik said: “We are pleased to have secured this contract. Our vertical subsea tree sets a new standard for safe and cost-efficient offshore operations.”
Aerfugl will be tied back to the Skarv floating production, storage and offloading vessel.
The first phase of Aerfugl includes three production wells and is scheduled to start in the fourth quarter of 2020.