Subsea 7 nets two Gulf contract

Subsea 7 has been awarded two new contracts by Shell for engineering and installation works at two Gulf of Mexico plays. The company announced the double contract wins on December 12th at the Cardamom and West Boreas projects.
The scope of work on West Boreas includes the installation of a 6096m long umbilical as well as subsea distribution hardware for the field. Installation will occur in water depths up to 959m in the Mississippi Canyon block area.
On the Cardamom project, Subsea 7 will install a 9266m long umbilical plus subsea distribution hardware for the field in depths up to 914m in the Garden Banks block area.
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