Seacroft Marine Consultants has won a six-figure contract with oil major Chevron in the North Sea.
Solstad Offshore said it has won a one-year contract for one of its construction support vessels.
Technip has been awarded a subsea contact by JX Nippon Oil and Gas exploration in Malaysia. The deal will see the company cover the engineering, procurement, fabrication, installation and commissioning of three flexible pipes in the Layang field, offshore Sarawak. The flexible pipes consist of two production risers and flowlines and one gas export riser and flowline, connecting shallow water platforms to a new FPSO (Floating Production Storage and Offloading Unit).
EMAS Offshore has netted $33million in new contract wins to clients in Asia and West Africa. The company revealed the contracts as it also reported an improved full-year profit. The contracts form part of the Singapore and Oslo-listed firm’s strategy to focus its efforts in West Africa.
XPD8 Solution has signed a two-year contract with CNR International to provide monitoring services to five of the company’s platforms in the North Sea. The company has previously provided cover to CNR International’s UKCS assets over the past eight years. The latest contract will take XPD8 to a decade of working for the Canadian oil and natural gas company.
Saipem has been awarded onshore drilling contracts in the Middle East and South America worth $250million. The awards include two key contracts from the Kuwaiti national oil company which is looking to develop the country's resources.
Norwegian offshore survey vessel operator Electromagnetic Geoservices (EMGS) has been awarded a contract from an oil company in Malaysia worth $4.2million. The company said the deal is with a repeat customer and is for a two-year period with an additional option for a second phase survey in 2016.
SeaBird Exploration has received a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with a company to acquire up to 45,000km of 2D seismic data in North and South America. The agreement is worth an estimated $30million.
Ennsub has been awarded a £2million contract to build a portable Launch and Recovery System (LARS4). It has been created on behalf of Benthic to allow for further deployment capability in deep and ultra deepwater conditions and harsh environments. The LARS4 will allow mobilisation of Benthic's Portable Remotely Operated Drills (PRODs) on a wider range of vessels.
Technip has been awarded a contract from a consortium controlled by Petrobas Netherland BV for work in the Santos Basin pre-salt area. The scope of work will include supplying 114km of flexible pipes including gas lift, gas injection and gas export lines in the ongoing development of the Iracema North field. The flexible pipes will be produced at Technip’s manufacturing sites of Vitoria and Acu.
Seabird Exploration has won two contracts in South East Asia and West Africa worth a combined $15million. The company said it had received two Letters of Intent (LOI) for 2D seismic surveys for both projects.