SCR Detailed Design Contract for 2H Offshore

Press Release
Monday, March 04, 2013
LLOG Exploration Delta House Model: Image credit 2H Offshore

2H Offshore Inc., an Acteon company, awarded a Steel Catenary Riser (SCR) detailed design project with LLOG Exploration Company.

The scope of work includes the provision of detailed design of the production and export SCRs tied back to the Exmar OPTI-11000 semi-submersible for the Delta House field development. LLOG is currently developing the Marmalard and SOB2 fields in the Mississippi Canyon area of the Gulf of Mexico which will both be tied back to the Delta House Floating Production Facility located in MC Block 254 in approximately 4,500 feet of water.

“2H has supported and provided riser engineering services to Exmar since 2005 in their development of the OPTI-EX semi-submersible which was used to develop LLOG’s Who Dat Field,” said 2H Offshore Inc. Vice President David Walters. “We look forward to providing our expertise in detailed design on the first SCRs attached to the OPTI-11000 semi-submersible.”

2H Offshore Inc., an Acteon company, is a global engineering contractor specialising in the design, structural analysis and integrity management of riser and conductor systems used in the drilling and production of offshore oil and gas reserves.

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