OneSubsea, a Schlumberger company, has been awarded an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract by Equinor for the supply of the industry’s first all-electric actuated subsea boosting system for the Vigdis Field in the Norwegian North Sea.
The scope of the contract includes a pump station, with a manifold foundation and protective structure; and a pump module, topside equipment, umbilical, and all-electric controls with electric actuation.
“We are delighted to be working with Equinor on the successful long-term development of the Vigdis Field through the delivery of a subsea boosting system,” said Don Sweet, president, OneSubsea, Schlumberger. “Our field-proven boosting technology, including electric actuation, will deliver an increased level of digital monitoring and control—this will be a key enabler for increasing oil recovery and unlocking the field’s full production potential, while reducing environmental impact.”
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Work will begin in Bergen, Norway, in December 2018 and the first delivery is scheduled for February Q1 2020.
Source: Smith Bits
Date: Dec 18, 2018