Xodus secures subsea engineering contract from Apache

Xodus secures subsea engineering contract from Apache

Offshore engineering company Xodus has announced that it has won a contract from Apache to deliver subsea engineering service for two new infill well developments at the Nevis and Skene fields in the North Sea.

The project includes a production flexible, gas lift flexible and an electro-hydraulic controls (EHC) umbilical tied back to the Beryl Bravo platform.

“We are looking forward to supporting the Nevis and Skene developments. The new approach to the design of spools is one example of how we are challenging the norm and doing things differently. We are involved with Apache in the very early stages of a project and they give us the freedom to think about the challenge so that we can focus on finding the best and most efficient solution. Apache and Xodus have similar cultures embedded within their teams, which allows us to add technical value and deliver cost savings,” said Andrew Wylie, Scotland subsea & pipelines manager at Xodus.

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