Maritime contractor, Subsea 7 has won a new contract from Royal Dutch Shell worth between $50 and $100 million.
The contract scope of work is in the Gulf of Mexico, where Subsea 7 already have strong ties. The scope of work involves the installation of 27 miles of 8” flow lines and steel catenary risers (SCRs) with associated structures such as pipeline end terminations (PLETs) and inline structures (ILS).
Speaking about the latest contract, Vice President - Gulf of Mexico, Craig Broussard said: “Subsea 7 is proud to continue to work with Shell, building upon our strong track record in the deepwater subsea construction market in the Gulf of Mexico.”
The main offshore installation phase is schedule to begin in the second or third quarter of 2016.