Subsea 7 lands big contract in the Gulf of Mexico

Offshore company Subsea 7 is awarded significant contract on installation services in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Offshore carrier Subsea 7 has just signed a big contract regarding supply of so-called installation services at the Shenandoah field in the Gulf of Mexico. The project covers the tie-back of four subsea wells, writes the company in an announcement.

Subsea 7 deems the contract ”substantial,” meaning specifically that its value is located somewhere between USD 150-300m.

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