SLB, Aker Solutions, Subsea7 secure “sizeable” contract for Equinor’s Troll project offshore Norway


(WO) — SLB has announced the award of a sizeable contract by Equinor to its OneSubsea joint venture. The award leverages an existing long-term contract for the execution of the second stage of Phase 3 for Equinor’s Troll project in the North Sea, offshore Norway.


Troll A platform (Source: Equinor)

To accelerate field delivery of the subsea tieback to existing infrastructure, SLB OneSubsea will leverage configurable solutions compliant with NCS2017+ for standardized subsea production systems for application in the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS). The objective for Troll Phase 3, Stage 2 is to accelerate production from the reservoir equivalent to about 55 Bcmg.

“We deeply appreciate our long-standing relationship with Equinor, and we look forward to continuing our collaboration on the Troll field,” said Mads Hjelmeland, CEO of SLB OneSubsea. “This frame agreement is and has been an important conduit for joint value creation, supporting the transparency, teamwork and collaborative solutions necessary to unlock maximum value from our NCS projects together.”

The Troll field is in the northern part of the North Sea, offshore Norway. The 8-well project, with a tieback to the Troll A Condeep platform, is the latest to be signed under the collaborative frame agreement signed with Equinor in 2017 and further cements SLB OneSubsea’s position as a trusted supplier to Equinor.

The expanded scope includes nine standard NCS2017+ vertical trees including wellheads, tubing hangers, subsea control modules, compact bridge modules with wet gas flow meters, two 4-slot templates, topside controls integration, and two umbilicals.

SLB OneSubsea is a joint venture backed by SLB, Aker Solutions, and Subsea7 headquartered in Oslo and Houston, with 10,000 employees across the world.

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