Subsea World News has put together a recap of the most interesting articles from the previous week (May 15– May 21).
Production from ten deepwater subsea wells, connected to the newly built Floating Production Unit (FPU) ‘Jangkrik’, will gradually reach 450 million standard cubic feet per day (mmscf/d), equivalent to 83,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boed).
Oceaneering has been awarded a contract to provide services and products to support the design, fabrication and installation of ancillary flowline hardware for the Appomattox development in the Gulf of Mexico for Shell.
The scope of work for ancillary flowline hardware will include the procurement and installation of pre-lay and post-lay crossing mattresses, flowline jumper fabrication and installation, manifold installation, as well as the design, procurement, fabrication and installation of subsea buoyancy for flowline thermal expansion.
He will be replaced by Bernt Omdal, who is currently the head of chartering. Furthermore, Tore Lillestø has been appointed as chief operating officer of Siem Offshore Inc.
Dave Lesar, who has led Halliburton as chairman and CEO since 2000, will continue serving the company as executive chairman. The leadership changes are effective June 1, 2017.
Recently established Aberdeen-based subsea integrity consultancy, 1CSI (1 Consulting Subsea Integrity) has marked the launch of its business with a move into premises at the James Gregory Centre in the Aberdeen Innovation Park, Bridge of Don.
The company was established in April by Matthew Kennedy and Aleksandra Tomaszek and offers solutions to global subsea challenges.