Sonardyne receives £2.1 million SPRINT order from Saipem

Equipment & Technology - April 17, 2012

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Sonardyne International Ltd has received an order valued at over £2.1 million from international oil and gas turnkey contractor, Saipem.

The order includes six SPRINT systems and associated acoustic positioning equipment making it Sonardyne’s largest sale of acoustically aided inertial navigation technology to date.

SPRINT (Subsea Precision Reference Inertial Navigation Technology) will be deployed in April in the West Delta Deep Marine concession (WDDM). This natural gas field is situated about 90km offshore the North-West Nile Delta, at water depths between 400m and 1,000 metres.

Saipem is responsible for the engineering, procurement, construction and installation of a total of eight new subsea wellheads and relevant infrastructures, umbilicals and flowlines.

 

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