Aveon Offshore, the Nigerian engineering and fabrication services company, says it has successfully completed fabrication of six Foundation Support Structures and loaded out these components in respect of the Egina Subsea Production System (Egina SPS) project, according to Africa Oil & Gas Report.
Aveon Offshore, who was awarded part of the subsea contract by the American oil service company FMC Technologies, says it has already delivered some of the project scope including sixteen Umbilical Termination Boxes and subsea tree fabrications (Frames, Permanent Guide Base and Gasmats) throughout 2015 and 2016 and assures that “the fabrication of remaining subsea tree fabrications will be completed for delivery by the end of the 1st Quarter of 2017.”
The fabrication of six Manifolds is also close to completion which will allow delivery during the first half of 2017 together with five completed Subsea Distribution Modules. Twenty one multibore production well jumpers will also be delivered throughout 2017 and 2018. The Egina oil field is being developed by TOTAL Upstream Nigeria. Egina is the French major’s third deep offshore development in the West African country. Production is scheduled to begin in 2018.