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OneSubsea Awarded Pump System Contract for Total Moho Phase 1bis, Congo

Houston (Nov. 18, 2013) – OneSubsea™ has been awarded a pump systems contract for the Total Moho Phase 1bis development in offshore Congo.  

The scope of supply includes a Multiphase Pump Station with 2 off 3.5 megawatt high-boost pumps, a power and control module, a power and control umbilical, and PhaseWatcher Subsea Multiphase Flow Meters with Vx technology for pump control.

The field is located offshore Congo, in water depths ranging from 1,969 ft (600 m) to 2,625 ft (800 m).

Manufacturing and testing will take place at OneSubsea’s Horsøy facility in Norway.

“This is our fourth contract to provide booster pump systems for Total E&P,” said Atle Ingebrigtsen, president of the OneSubsea Processing Systems division. “Our experience in delivering more than 25 of these systems will enable us to support Total in increasing the production and extending the life of the Moho-Bilondo field.”

If you would like to read more about OneSubsea, please visit their website here.

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