TechnipFMC Awarded EPCI Contract for Woodside’s Lambert Deep and Greater Western Flank Fields in Australia

 TechnipFMC has been awarded a significant integrated Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation contract by Woodside Energy Limited for the development of the Lambert Deep and Phase 3 of the Greater Western Flank fields, located offshore Northwestern Australia.

TechnipFMC will design, manufacture, deliver and install subsea equipment including subsea production system, flexible flowlines and umbilicals for connection to the Angel platform.

This is the second contract under the recently announced five-year iEPCI™ Frame Agreement between TechnipFMC and Woodside.

Arnaud Pieton, President Subsea at TechnipFMC, commented: “We are delighted to have been awarded another iEPCI™ project through our frame agreement with Woodside. This is Woodside’s second consecutive award adopting our Subsea 2.0 platform, confirming our common ambition to transform subsea economics through integration, standardization and configurability.”

The Angel platform is located about 120 kilometers north-west of Karratha and is connected to the North Rankin Complex (NRC) via a 50 kilometers subsea pipeline.

For TechnipFMC, a “significant” contract is between $75 million and $250 million

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Woodside Is Pressing Ahead With Plans of $6b Senegal Oil Project

Australia’s largest oil and gas producer Woodside is pressing ahead with its plans to develop Senegal’s first oil project, announcing the final field plan has now been submitted to the West African nation’s government for approval.

Describing the move as a “major milestone”, Woodside chief executive Peter Coleman said the project’s development plan was the last outstanding regulatory submission required before Woodside and its joint-venture partners could make a final investment decision later this month.

They look forward to continuing to work with the joint venture, the government, their contractors and other stakeholders to develop this opportunity, which will also be Senegal’s first oil project.

The first phase of the project is to develop 230 million barrels, with first oil targeted for early 2023, according to Woodside.

Senegalese oil producer Petrosen, which has a stake in the Sangomar project, said it was “excited about being in a position to take a final investment decision”.

Financing for the project has faced delays due to an arbitration sought by FAR Limited, which owns a 15 per cent interest in the project. FAR challenged Woodside’s acquisition of a 35 per cent holding from ConocoPhillips in 2016.

In a statement to the stock market on Tuesday, FAR said development of the “world-class” oil field in Senegal could transform FAR from an explorer to one of the biggest Australian-listed oil producers.

The Sangomar field development is anticipated to result in considerable cash generated for FAR and its shareholders from first oil in 2023, a time when FAR will also be one of the largest oil producers on the ASX,” Ms Norman said.

“This is an exciting time for the joint venture, the people of Senegal and FAR shareholders.”

The news comes as a final investment decision on another major Woodside project, the Scarborough gas field development, is a step closer after Woodside and its joint-venture partner BHP announced a deal to process gas at Woodside’s Pluto LNG facility last month.

Woodside and BHP, which has a 25 per cent stake in the Scarborough field off WA’s Pilbara coast, have inked a non-binding agreement that would see BHP make a decision on the project by mid-2020.