Cecon Completes Installation Offshore Nigeria

press release
Friday, April 13, 2012

End March Cecon has completed the installation of four flexible pipelines and umbilical’s for Broron Oil & Gas/Addax Petroleum in waters offshore Nigeria, West Africa.

 

The project was  initially awarded (Oct 2011) to Cecon ASA as a fast-track subsea tieback project for the management, transport, installation and tie-ins of two flexible pipelines and two umbilicals between two wells in 130 m water depth and the Okwori FPSO. In Feb 2012, the scope was increased to connect two additional wells, with two additional flexible pipeines and umbilicals, all within a single operation February through March 2012.

 

The project was executed using Cecon’s installation spread and offshore crew from a third party chartered vessel, OIG’s Giant II, all executed under Cecon’s management.

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