North Sea: Vigdis contracts

In connection with phase two of the Vigdis extension project, operator Statoil has awarded contracts to FMC Kongsberg, Saipem and Stolt Offshore. FMC Kongsberg has been given the contract for design and delivery of subsea production systems, worth NOK 175 million. The first deliveries are due in July, and everything should be in place on the field during the first quarter of 2007. Saipem will use the Saipem 7000 heavy lift vessel to install the template and manifold. This contract is worth NOK 30 million, and plans call for the work to be carried out in September. Stolt Offshore will manufacture and install flexible pipelines on the field, as well as installing and connecting up umbilicals. The work is due to take place this summer and autumn, and the contract has a value of NOK 80 million.

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