Saipem has been awarded a long-term contract for upkeep companies of the floating facility Coral Sul FLNG for liquefied pure fuel offshore Mozambique.
The contract, value roughly $150m, was awarded by a particular objective entity integrated in Mozambique by Space 4 companions – Eni because the delegated operator and ExxonMobil, CNPC, GALP, KOGAS, and ENH because the remaining companions. The deal is for as much as 10 years and covers upkeep of your entire FLNG facility and onboard supervision in addition to the creation of an onshore logistical base.
“The award of this new service contract confirms Saipem’s presence within the liquefied pure fuel phase, throughout the scope of the diversification of the challenge portfolio and strengthens its positioning in a strategic nation equivalent to Mozambique,” Italian contractor stated in an announcement.
The Coral Sul FLNG facility has been constructed to supply pure fuel from the Rovuma Basin, situated round 50 km from the Mozambique coast. It’s the first FLNG facility working in ultra-deep waters, related to an underwater system at a depth of round 2,000 m.