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    Q4000 reduces costs on first project

    News // May 13, 2002
    The Q4000, the semi-submersible multi-service vessel that Cal Dive International built to reduce the cost of deepwater construction and well intervention, has successfully completed her first assignment on a Gulf of Mexico field development in 3,725ft ofwater.

    Mariner Energy contracted Cal Dive to complete the installation of two rigid steel jumpers, including one subsea wet gas meter and electrical flying leads, for the King Kong/Yosemite subsea field development in Green Canyon blocks 472 and 516.

    Mariner and Agip Petroleum, the US upstream subsidiary of Eni, SpA, each hold a 50 per cent interest in the fields.

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