Saipem awarded $1.3bn offshore EPCI contract

Saipem awarded $1.3bn offshore EPCI contract

Italian offshore engineering contractor Saipem has been awarded an offshore pipeline project in the Middle East worth approximately $1.3bn.

The contract involves engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) activities associated to two 32-inch export pipelines, two 24-inch corrosion-resistant alloy (CRA) intrafield pipelines, risers, spool pieces and subsea structures also entailing a short onshore section and offshore brownfield topsides modifications.

The award includes the novation of substantial CRA linepipe and long lead items contracts.

In April, Saipem was awarded a series of new contracts worth around $190m in total.

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