Technip jumps on Jubilee work

 Ghana's defender John Paintsil (R) and Ghana's midfielder Andre Ayew celebarte with national flag after their Group D first round 2010 World Cup football match on June 23, 2010 at Soccer City stadium in Soweto, suburban Johannesburg. Germany won 1-0. NO PUSH TO MOBILE / MOBILE USE SOLELY WITHIN EDITORIAL ARTICLE AFP PHOTO / GABRIEL BOUYS

Double win: Technip has been awarded two contracts by Tullow for work on the Jubilee oilfield off Ghana

French services player Technip has been awarded two contracts for Phase 1A of Tullow Oil’s Jubilee project, off Ghana.

The contracts are worth a combined €100 million ($130.7 million) and cover full project management, engineering, fabrication and installation of a new flexible riser, two rigid flowlines and 11 spools/jumpers as well as the installation of two manifolds and five kilometres of umbilicals.

The contracts will be executed by Technip’s operating centre in Paris, France and will be supported by its offices in Texas and Ghana, while the risers will be fabricated at the company’s facility in Le Trait, France.

Technip will use its Global 1200 and Deep Pioneer vessels to carry out the offshore installation work which is scheduled to be completed during the second half of the year.

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