The multi-million dollar deal will see the company conduct engineering, analysis, planning and execution of the tow out and installation of the projects concrete gravity structure (CGS).
The company was one of the main contractors for delivery of the floating production and storage vessel SeaRose FPSO at Husky’s White Rose field.
“We are very proud that Husky has again selected Kvaerner for a key project,” Kvaerner president and CEO Jan Arve Haugan stated in a press release.
“Demanding marine operations is one of Kvaerner’s core areas of expertise, and we have a track record for such projects from around the world. We will continue to strengthen our offering to this segment.”
The company says it has been the primary contractor involved in the installation of all the world’s largest concrete platforms.
Installation is scheduled for the spring of 2021.
In project contracts previously awarded, Kiewit Corp will build the topsides at its 400-acre fabrication yard in Ingleside, Texas, while the living quarters will be fabricated at the company’s offshore services facility in Marystown.
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Construction is expected to last until 2021. First oil is anticipated for 2022, with an expected production of roughly 75,000 barrels per day produced by 2025.