Kosmos Energy Awards Schlumberger Integrated Subsea Boosting System Contract

Schlumberger's Subsea Integration Alliance will provide deepwater E&P company Kosmos Energy with a subsea multiphase boosting system, topside equipment and a 16-mile integrated power and control unbilical.

Hart Energy Staff
OneSubsea, Subsea 7, Kosmos Energy

Subsea Integration Alliance, a branch of Schlumberger, amplifies subsea performance by helping customers to select, design, deliver and operate subsea projects, reducing project risks and delays. (Source: Vismar UK / Shutterstock.com)

Kosmos Energy Gulf of Mexico Operations LLC awarded an engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) contract to Schlumberger's OneSubsea and partner Subsea 7 for a project in the Odd Job field in the Gulf of Mexico, according to a press release on July 26.

OneSubsea will provide the project with a subsea multiphase boosting system, topside equipment and a 16-mile integrated power and control umbilical per the contract.

Additionally, OneSubsea will provide project management, engineering, assembly and testing from its facilities in Bergen, Norway, and Horsøy, Norway, while Subsea 7 will supply transportation to the field, as well as installation services.

Located offshore southeast Louisiana in the Gulf of Mexico, the Odd Job field is owned and operated by deepwater E&P company Kosmos Energy with a 54.9% working interest, according to the company's website. Ridgewood Energy, Talos Energy and Calypso Exploration hold the remaining stakes in the field.

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