Subsea7 completes pipeline replacement for Shell, Brunei government

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Subsea7 said the Pipeline Replacement Project 8 (PRP-8) offshore Brunei has been completed and delivered in line with Brunei Shell Petroleum Company (BSP) expectations. Shell and the Brunei government are 50:50 shareholders in BSP.

PRP-8 is a turn-key project that involves engineering, procurement, installation, and commissioning (EPIC) of various sizes of flexible flowlines and risers, rigid corrosion-resistant alloys (CRA) risers, diving, and an extensive brownfield package.

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David Bertin, Subsea7’s Senior Vice President of Global Projects Centre East commented: “PRP-8 is another project close to my heart. I remember well some calls taken during the tender phase with already a clear vision by the Subsea7 team of what would be the end result. I also remember some detailed risk reviews of the topside modification scope. PRP-8 is certainly a project we should all be proud of especially for the Kuala Lumpur office.”

Brunei provides services for the offshore energy industry and is involved in a pipeline laying job for Guyana’s Gas-to-Energy project.


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