bp selects Subsea Integration to develop project in Trinidad and Tobago

Subsea Integration Alliance, an unincorporated strategic alliance between Underwater 7 and OneSubsea, has received development support contract BPCypre project off the coast of Trinidad and Tobago.

The Cypre gas field, located 78 km off the southeast coast of Trinidad, in the East Mayaro block, is expected to produce an average gas production of 250 to 300 million standard cubic feet per day.

The Cypre project will comprise seven wells and subsea trees connected by two new 14km flexible pipelines to BP Trinidad and Tobago’s (BPTT) Trinidad subsidiary’s existing Juniper platform.

Under the latest contract, Subsea 7 is responsible for the concept and design, engineering, procurement, construction and installation of a two-phase LNG system that connects to the Juniper platform via dual flexible flow lines and a header collection system, as well as topside upgrades. .

Subsea7 US Vice President Craig Broussard said: “We are working closely with BP and our suppliers at an early stage to help design and deliver an integrated SPS and SURF solution that optimizes cost and efficiency to accelerate first gas.”

Subsea7 plans to immediately begin design, engineering and project management at its US offices. Marine installation work is planned to begin in 2024.

Subsea Integration Alliance CEO Olivier Blarinchem said: “The BP Cypre project is a prime example of our ability to leverage the Subsea Integration Alliance’s key strengths; Subsea7 with its expertise in complex EPCI projects and the rapid deployment of OneSubsea subsea mining systems. Together, we offer an advanced solution that allows you to provide the first gas at an early date.”

A subsidiary of the British oil company BP, BPTT, plans to start production from the field in 2025.

Subsea 7 said its revenue share related to the Subsea Integration Alliance contract is estimated to be between $150 million and $300 million.

Earlier this month, BP announced that it had begun shipping liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Mozambique FLNG project. bp selects Subsea Integration to develop project in Trinidad and Tobago

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