Subsea projects continue to surge in West Africa


FMC Technologies has contracted Aveon Offshore to fabricate more than 5,000 metric tons (5,511 tons) of subsea structures for the Egina field development offshore Nigeria. Operator Total Upstream Nigeria awarded FMC the engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning contract for the subsea production systems.Aveon is performing fabrication at its 240,000-sq m (2.58-million sq ft) yard in Rumuolumeni, near Port Harcourt. The first steel was cut in December, and load-out and sail-away of the subsea structures is expected to get under way during the second half of 2015.

Hear more from Chijioke Igwe, Vice Chairman, Aveon Offshore at Subsea Vessels Africa:

Connecting Global Capability with Subsea Project Opportunities
•    The subsea landscape in Africa
•    Country-specific projects and new opportunities
•    Immigration, challenges and other issues for the subsea industry
•    Delivering world class capabilities to Africa

Subsea Vessels Africa will discuss how to access opportunities, meet local content rules and work with subsea partners in Africa.  It will discuss required capabilities, technologies and innovation needed for operations which are getting more complex and deeper.

•    West Africa’s ONLY dedicated conference for Subsea Vessels
•    Co located with the 2nd Annual Offshore Support Vessels – network across both events
•    Supported by the Nigerian Chamber of Shipping

About Subsea Vessels Africa

There is room not only for new tonnage but for new vessel technologies and capabilities for installation, support and maintenance. The Subsea Vessels Conference is the first and only one of its kind in West Africa to help you forge partnerships.

Subsea Vessels Africa will discuss how to access opportunities, meet local content rules and work with subsea partners in Africa.  It will discuss required capabilities, technologies and innovation needed for operations which are getting more complex and deeper.

The event will be held from the 9-11 June in Ghana.

For more information, please visit our website at http://www.subseavesselsconference.com/

Source: www.informa.com


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