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    KBR secures Conoco contract

    Projects and Operations // November 2, 2001
    Kellogg Brown & Root (KBR), the business unit of Halliburton, has been awarded a contract by Conoco (UK) Limited for the provision of brownfield modifications to the Murdoch Complex in the United Kingdom Continental Shelf.

    Valued at around $45 million, the work is expected to take two years and secure continuity of around 30 design related jobs in Aberdeen while creating around 50 new offshore construction jobs in summer 2002. The contract was awarded to Production Services, a part of Kellogg Brown & Root's Operations & Maintenance group.

    The contract scope covers engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction and commissioning works related to the installation of two new risers and associated equipment.

    This will enable gas processing to be undertaken from the five new Caister-Murdoch System (CMS) fields - Hawksley, McAdam, Murdoch K, Boulton H and Watt. These new CMS fields, which are subsea developments, are situated in the Southern North Sea, approximately 150 km off the East Coast of England.

    The contract also covers the procurement of a new compressor and the hook-up and commissioning of a 1000 tonne compression module and a 34 man accommodation platform, as well as minor modifications to the Theddlethorpe Gas Terminal in Lincolnshire. Thisaward follows the success of the Conoco Integrated Services Contract for the Southern North Seas Assets and the completion of upgrade works to the Viking 'B' compression facilities.

    The work will be managed from Production Services' offices in Dyce, Aberdeen and around US$16 million of subcontracts will be placed across the UK as a result of this award.

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