EMAS settles triple subsea tie-back contracts

Subsea division of EMAS, EMAS AMC will commence work in the Gulf of Mexico in 2015 using five offshore construction vessels
EMAS settles triple subsea tie-back contracts

EMAS AMC has finalised three contracts with Noble Energy worth over $300 million in total.

The subsea division of EMAS will work on engineering, procurement, construction and installation of subsea tie-backs for the Big Bend, Dantzier and Gunflit field developments in the Gulf of Mexico.

EMAS AMC’s Houton offshore has already begun work on the project management, engineering and procurement side of the project. The fabrication of 16 subsea structures and stalking and spooling of 160 miles of line pipe is already in progress.

Offshore work will begin in 2015 with five of EMAS AMC’s offshore construction vessels being utilised. The company’s latest newbuild, a ultra-high tension, deepwater, reel lay and heavy lift vessel called the Lewek Constellation will be taking centre stage.

Speaking about the contracts, Lionel Lee, EMAS Group CEO and Managing Director said: “With our flagship vessel Lewek Constellation, we are helming the future of the subsea industry, and with her in operation, we will continue to drive our growth as a premier global subsea tie-back contractor.”


by Laura Stackhouse

readmt.com Editor

Laura Stackhouse is the Web Editor of readmt.com, an official publication of the International Marine Purchasing Association (IMPA). To discuss news, features or contributing to readmt.com please get in touch.

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