Saibos CML, a subsidiary of Bouygues Offshore and Saipem SpA, has won a contract for the Kizomba A Development Project in Angola worth about USD 230 million. Esso Exploration Angola (Block 15) Ltd (Esso), a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corporation, is the operator (40%). Other participants include BP Exploration (Angola) Ltd (26.67%), Agip Exploration Angola BV (20%) and Statoil (13.33%). Sonangol is the concessionaire. The three-year contract covers: engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) of flowlines for fluid transfer and an umbilical from the FPSO to supply the tension leg platform) with electricity; EPCI of the crude offloading system, comprising a CALM buoy and two rigid lines; procurement, fabrication, pre-installation and connection of the 15 FPSO anchors; installation of the subsea manifolds and umbilicals; EPCI of the risers and subsea injection lines. The latest contract is a further mark of confidence for Bouygues Offshore in West Africa, where deepwater developments are experiencing fast growth.