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    Pipelay contract for Sn°hvit awarded

    News // August 15, 2003
    A contract worth some NOK 550 million for installing pipelines and umbilicals in Statoil's Sn°hvit project has been awarded to Technip Offshore Norge. The job involves laying and connecting flowlines and umbilicals on the Barents Sea field, as well as the umbilical and chemical lines between Sn°hvit and Melk°ya in northern Norway.

    It also includes an option for laying the pipeline to carry carbon dioxide from the Melk°ya gas liquefaction plant back to the field for injection below ground.

    The infield flowlines are due to be installed next year, followed in 2005 by the umbilical and chemical pipelines from land as well as the infield umbilicals.

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