Technip to do the Odd Job in the Gulf of Mexico

Technip to do the Odd Job in the Gulf of Mexico

Technip has been awarded a subsea contract by Deep Gulf Energy for the Odd Job deepwater field in the Gulf of Mexico, covering all aspects of the field development from engineering to design, manufacturing and installation.

The contract involves project management and engineering services, fabrication and installation of around 23km of pipe-in-pipe flowline, fabrication and installation of around 2km of steel catenary riser (SCR), design, fabrication and installation of in-line sled, flowline end termination, and the fabrication of jumper.

Offshore installation work is expected to be performed in the summer of 2016 by Technip’s subsea construction vessel Deep Blue.

Deanna Goodwin, president of Technip in North America, commented: “Technip is delighted to continue its strong long-lasting relationship with Deep Gulf Energy and to bring and share its unique experience to this new project.”

The Odd Job field is located in Mississippi Canyon, offshore New Orleans in the Gulf of Mexico, in depths ranging from 1,330m to 1,825m.

Grant Rowles

Grant spent nine years at Informa Group based in London, Sydney, Hong Kong and Singapore. He gained strong management experience in publishing, conferences and awards schemes in the shipping and legal areas, working on a number of titles including Lloyd's List. In 2009 Grant joined Seatrade responsible for the commercial development of Seatrade’s Asia products. In 2012, with Sam Chambers, he co-founded Asia Shipping Media.

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