Alpha North contracts

Statoil has awarded letters of intent totalling just over NOK 430 million for Sleipner West’s Alpha North satellite development in the North Sea. Placed with Allseas Marine Contractors, Sumitomo Corporation, European Marine Contractors and Subsea7, these assignments cover line pipe deliveries, pipelaying and marine operations. Allseas will trench and lay a flowline about 18 kilometres long to tie Alpha North back to the Sleipner T platform on the Sleipner East field. This job is worth NOK 226 million. Under a contract valued at NOK 106 million, Sumitomo – represented by Sumitomo Metals – will deliver line pipe to the project. European Marine Contractors will install the subsea template and manifold on Alpha North, and to trench and lay the umbilical linking these facilities with the A platform on Sleipner East. This contract is worth some NOK 50 million, while Subsea7’s job is just over this amount. It covers installing spool pieces in the flowline and tie-in of flowline and umbilical to the satellite.

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