Subsea 7 wins offshore contract for Chevron in Gulf of Mexico

Offshore company Subsea 7 is to perform underwater installations for USD 50-150m on behalf of oil firm Chevron.

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Offshore firm Subsea 7 has won a ”sizeable” contract for Chevron concerning development of the Ballymore project in the Gulf of Mexico at a value of USD 50-150m, according to an announcement.

The contract covers underwater installations in relation to the Ballymore project, and the work will be carried out in 2023 and led from Houston, Texas.

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