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A £102 million (US $165 million) contract to supply subsea production equipment to Lianzi project, which is situated offshore between Angola and the Republic of Congo, was awarded by Chevron to GE Oil & Gas,
GE will provide a range of technologies to enable engineering, procurement and construction, including the supply of seven trees, nine subsea control modules (SCMs), topside and subsea controls distribution equipment and vertical connection systems.
Completion of the first tree is scheduled to take place in the 4Q 2013. A cross-regional team from GE Oil & Gas’ Aberdeen and Nailsea, UK, and Sandvika, Norway, will collaborate on project delivery.
The £1.2 billion ($2 billion) Lianzi development will include a subsea production system and a 43-km (27- mile) electrically heated flowline, the first of its kind at this water depth. The flowline will transport oil from the field to the Benguela-Belize, Lobito-Tomboco platform.