Aker Kvaerner Wins Contract in Vietnam

Thursday, September 06, 2007
Aker Kvaerner has been awarded a five year contract by Cuu Long Joint Operating Company (CLJOC) for the supply and installation of surface wellheads and valve trees in the Vietnamese Cuu Long Basin.

Aker Kvaerner's business area Subsea will supply the wellhead and control tree system as well as associated components. The equipment will be used to support the new Sutu Vang (Golden Lion) and Sutu Den (Black Lion) fields of the Cuu Long Basin. With the rapid development of multiple industries, Vietnam is facing an energy shortage. Jointly operated by PetroVietnam, Conoco Phillips, KNOC and GEO Petrol, CLJOC is special purpose venture created to develop and operate Block 15-1 offshore Vietnam. Project management and manufacturing will be performed at Aker Kvaerner's subsea facility in Batam, Indonesia.

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