ConocoPhillips lets contract for Greater Ekofisk platform

ConocoPhillips has awarded the FEED for its Greater Ekofisk area development's 2/4 Z wellhead platform in the Norwegian North Sea to two John Wood Group companies, Mustang Engineering and JP Kenny.

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Nov. 8 -- ConocoPhillips has awarded the front-end engineering and design for its Greater Ekofisk area development's 2/4 Z wellhead platform in the Norwegian North Sea to two John Wood Group PLC companies, Mustang Engineering and JP Kenny.

Mustang will design the 7,400-tonne jacket and topsides for the 40-slot wellhead platform, which will be installed in 70-75 m of water.

JP Kenny will provide design services for subsea flow lines and pipelines across the Greater Ekofisk area, "building upon a prior contract to provide services associated with the subsea water injection," John Wood Group reported.

The FEED project is expected to be complete by yearend 2009.

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