Subsea 7 has won a “sizeable” contract from BP for its assets in the UK North Sea.
Subsea 7 saw its full year earning fall to $4.8billion – down from last year’s $6.9billion.
Subsea 7 has been awarded a contract by BP, and partner DEA for the development of the Giza, Fayoum and Raven subsea fields offshore Alexandria, Egypt.
Subsea 7 today confirmed it has landed a three-year framework agreement with Chevron North Sea, Dana Petroleum, Hess Denmark, Nexen Petroleum, Taqa Bratani and Talisman Sinopec Energy UK.
This short clip shows the launch of the final pipelaying vessel in a series of three ordered by Subsea 7.
Subsea 7 has won a contract Burullus Gas Company for the platform extension and tie-in on the the first phase of the West Nile Delta development. The work is on BP’s Taurus and Libra fields’ offshore Egypt.
Subsea 7 will provide decommissioning services for the second phase of Centrica’s Rose and Stamford gas field decommissioning programmes, located in the southern North Sea.
Subsea 7 is to downsize its Aberdeenshire office as it looks to streamline costs during the oil price decline. The company, which announced it would be making headcount reductions earlier this year, said it would “optimise” its other buildings. Subsea 7 currently has its east and west complex as well as its workshop and sports centre based in Westhill.
In what has been a tough week for the UK steel industry, and at Tata Steel in particular, the company's energy and power division is set to continue delivering high performance products to the oil and gas industry.
Subsea 7 has won a contract from to deliver umbilicals and pipeline installation to a project in Egypt.
Flexible pipe manufacturer Magma Global has signed a joint development agreement with BP and Subsea 7 in a project to qualify Magma's carbon fibre m-pipe for subsea pipelines.
The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has appointed Allen Leatt as its new chief executive.
Gradually . . . little bit by little bit . . . Asia-Pac companies are seeking and gaining control of the subsea construction market though, for now at least, the larger part remains under the control of Western companies, primarily European.
Lucrative contracts to develop Maersk's giant $4.5billion Culzean gas field were revealed today with Singapore-based shipyard Sembcorp the latest to announce a $1billion agreement to build the topsides for the North Sea mega-development.
Subsea 7 has been awarded a $500million contract by BP, and partner DEA, for the West Nile Delta project in Egypt.
Subsea 7 confirmed reducing its workforce by 2,500 saved the company $400million.
Subsea 7 has formed an alliance with Houston-based KBR and Granherne to deliver front end engineering and design (FEED) services to the global offshore oil and gas industry.
Subsea 7 has struck a deal with Cameron and Schlumberger company OneSubsea to develop and deliver integrated development solutions. The move means the establishment of a worldwide non-incorporated alliance between the two firms. Subsea 7 will work alongside OneSubsea to create development solutions through the combination of subsurface expertise, subsea production systems and susbsea processing systems.
Subsea 7 has landed contracts with Chevron Australia and INPEX Operations Australia.
Subsea 7 plans to cut its workforce by almost 20% and reduce its fleet by up to 11 vessels. The move has been made as a result of the oil price decline since last year. The company, which focuses on the North Sea, expects to reduce its workforce by 2,500 by early next year.
Subsea 7 has been awarded a $300million contract from Wintershall Norge AS for the Maria field development in the Norwegian Sea. The company will carry out a pipeline and subsea construction contract which consists of engineering, procurement, construction and installations to develop the field.
Subsea 7 has increased its earnings and margins despite the decline in oil price. The company has also secured more new orders than had previously been forecasted. Subsea 7, which specialises in underwater constrcution, said its operating profit had rised to $176million from $160million a year previously.
Subsea 7 has been awarded a contract worth $200million for the installation of flexible lines for Petrobas’ projects. The contract will used Subsea 7’s construction and flex-lay vessel Seven Sea on a day-rate basis. The vessel has been operating for Petrobas under a similar day-rate contract since 2013 and will commence the new contract in direct continuation to the current one.
Subsea 7 has refused to say if more jobs will go across its global operations after it revealed 1,000 were shed in 2014. The energy service giant is also reducing its fleet capability by 10 vessels over a two-year period as it continues to look for ways to slash costs in the wake of the big drop in oil prices.
Subsea 7 refused to say yesterday if more jobs will go across its global operations after it revealed 1,000 were shed in 2014. The energy service giant also outlined plans to reduce its fleet capability by 10 vessels over a two-year period as it continues to look for ways to slash costs in the wake of the big drop in oil prices. Hefty losses for the firm in 2014 – more than £150million at pre-tax level – were the latest blow for company balance sheets right across the sector as it adjusts to a new trading climate. Subsea 7 said its latest figures were hit by a £774.4million writedown due to an expected downturn in activity, and without it net profits came in at £525.4million.