Calgary-based Husky Energy has handed French engineering company Technip a pair of contracts relating to the planned subsea tieback of the South White Rose Extension (SWRX) field off Canada.
The first contract, to be executed this year, comprises the supply and installation of gas injection flowlines, umbilicals and subsea structures.
The second deal is for 2014 and includes the supply and installation of flowlines and subsea structures to support oil production and water injection.
SWRX is an extension of the offshore White Rose field, located in the Jeanne d’Arc basin about 350 kilometres south-east of St John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.
Technip will perform the management and engineering of both project from its operating centre in St John’s, with all materials and equipment being supplied from within the company and its local supply chain.
Technip senior vice president of the North Sea-Canada region, Knut Boe, said the two deals “reinforce Technip’s continuous involvement in Atlantic Canada’s oil and gas projects.”
The company also completed the subsea production system contract for the White Rose field development in 2005.