ClampOn recently landed a large contract for more than 40 acoustic sensors for the deepwater Kaombo field offshore Angola. The order consists of subsea sand and vibration monitors, as well as subsea PIG detectors, with deliveries to take place throughout this year and next. ClampOn will supply the equipment to Aker Solutions, which last year won a contract from Total E&P Angola to supply the subsea production system for Kaombo, which sits in a water depth of approximately 1,500 m (4,921 ft).
Accion Group, the independent administrator of the procurement, issued a report saying customers will see savings of around $375 million over the 20-year contract period versus the company’s avoided cost.
The career oil and gas man has put his money on U.S. natural gas via Comstock Resources Inc. and the Haynesville Shale.
The acquisition from LLOG Exploration and its affiliates is expected to strengthen Murphy’s GoM portfolio at a “very attractive price,” Murphy Oil CEO Roger W. Jenkins says.