Contract let for Boyla work offshore Norway

Marathon Oil Norge AS has let an engineering, procurement, installation, and commissioning contract worth more than €300 million to Technip for work related to development of Boyla oil field in the North Sea offshore Norway (OGJ Online, June 4, 2012).

Marathon Oil Norge AS has let an engineering, procurement, installation, and commissioning contract worth more than €300 million to Technip for work related to development of Boyla oil field in the North Sea offshore Norway (OGJ Online, June 4, 2012).

Boyla is a subsea development in 120 m of water linked to the Alvheim subsea oil development feeding a floating production, storage, and offloading vessel 28 km to the north.

Technip’s contract covers:

● Fabrication and reeled installation of a pipe-in-pipe production flowline, a plastic lined water injection flowline, and a gas-lift flowline.

● Fabricatiion and installation of rigid spools.

● Manufacture and installation of flexible jumpers and umbilicals.

● Tie-in by divers, trenching, rock-dumping, and ready-for-operations activities.

Boyla interests are Marathon, operator, 65%, ConocoPhillips Skandinavia 20%, and Lundin Norway AS 15%.

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