The Petroleum Projects and Technical Consultations Company (Petrojet) completed the construction of deepwater subsea structures on the Zohr gas field one month ahead of schedule, reported Al Masry Al Youm.
Petrojt received a thanks letter from Saipem Egypt pointing out Petrojet’s success in installing the facilities ahead of schedule, using remotely controlled devices, 215 km away from Port Said shore on 1500-meter depth.
The first phase of the project included suction piles and element from HIPPS, the chief controller of the offshore wells, and UTA, which is responsible for receiving main control lines in Zohr field.
Meanwhile, Italian oilfield contractor Saipem awarded UTEC, a global survey company in subsea services group Acteon, a contract to support Saipem’s operation for Egypt’s deepwater Zohr gas field development project in the Mediterranean Sea.
UTEC announced that it will work with Saipem in performing surface positioning on-board its operated barges, Bautino and Castoro 10, and associated Anchor Handling Vehicles (AHVs).