Woodside awards four FEED contracts for Scarborough project

Woodside awards four FEED contracts for Scarborough project

Australian oil and gas company Woodside has awarded four contracts for front-end engineering design (FEED) activities for its Scarborough Project offshore Western Australia.

McDermott Australia has been awarded a contract to undertake engineering studies for the floating production unit, which includes the option to progress to an engineering, procurement and construction contract for execute phase activities.

Subsea Integration Alliance has won a contract to undertake engineering studies for the subsea umbilical risers and flowlines, with the option to progress to an engineering, procurement, construction and installation contract for execute phase activities.

Saipem Australia has secured a contract to provide export trunkline engineering support services with an option to execute line pipe coating and installation activities.

Lastly, Intecsea has been awarded a contract for export trunkline engineering.

“We have made good progress since announcing last year that we had increased our stake in Scarborough. The award of these contracts brings us closer to unlocking the Scarborough resource,” said Woodside CEO Peter Coleman.

“We want to continue to maintain the momentum that has been generated during 2018 towards a targeted final investment decision in 2020,” Coleman added.

Jason Jiang

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