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    Subsea 7 and Clough win Mutineer-Exeter installation contract

    News // November 7, 2003
    The Subsea 7 - Clough Offshore Consortium has been awarded the EPIC subsea contract by operator Santos Limited for the Mutineer-Exeter oil fields development, located on the north west shelf of Western Australia.

    The total contract value is in the order of US$50million with Subsea 7's portion being worth approximately US$28 million.

    The Mutineer-Exeter Development is located approximately 150km north of Dampier off the coast of Western Australia in 150m of water. The Exeter field is located approximately 10km South-West of the Mutineer field. Completion of the subsea works is planned for the fourth quarter of 2004.

    Clough will utilise its Derrick Lay Barge Java Constructor to install 10km of 12in production pipeline, with a piggy-backed 2in well services pipeline. Mid-depth buoys for supporting the risers will also be installed from the Java Constructor.

    Subsea 7 will utilise its Dive Support Vessel (DSV) Rockwater 2 to install the risers, umbilicals and the subsea tie-ins to the wells, the mooring system and testing and commissioning.

    The Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel will be hooked into the subsea system at a later date by a third party contractor.

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