Corinth Pipeworks, a steel pipe manufacturer in the global energy and construction sector, has officially confirmed securing three significant contracts from Subsea7 to provide 103.3Km of steel pipes for an undersea pipeline project in North and Norwegian Sea.
These contracts are intended to support Aker BP projects in the North and Norwegian Seas, marking another milestone in Corinth Pipeworks' portfolio.
The contracts entail the provision of 103.3 kilometers of 23 and 26-inch Longitudinally Submerged Arc Welded (LSAW) steel pipes for the Yggdrasil field development project, a 58.3-kilometer contract for 18-inch pipes, and 17.4 kilometers of 14-inch High Frequency Welded (HFW) steel pipes for the Skarv Satellite Project (SSP) and Hanz gas field discovery project, respectively.
Yggdrasil Field Development Project is located between the Alvheim and Oseberg area in the North Sea, involving nine subsea templates with subsea tiebacks to three fixed platforms in the Yggdrasil greenfield development.
Skarv Satellite Project (SSP) is located in the Skarv area of the Norwegian Sea. It involves three subsea tieback developments for Alve Nord, Idun Nord, and Ørn discoveries, all linked to the Skarv FPSO in the northern part of the Norwegian Sea.
Hanz Gas Field Discovery Project is tied in at the Ivar Aasen platform, located approximately 12 kilometers further south, featuring production and water injection wells.