Oceaneering nets $80 million in subsea umbilical contracts

Subsea engineering company Oceaneering has recently secured three subsea umbilical contracts valued in excess of $80 million in total.

According to Oceaneering’s statement on Friday, the contracts with major international operators are to supply developments in the Mediterranean Sea, the North Sea, and the South China Sea.

Two contracts are for electro-hydraulic, steel tube production control umbilicals, measuring approximately 66 miles (106 kilometers) in total, and related umbilical distribution hardware.

The third contract is for three thermoplastic production control umbilicals with a total measure of approximately 26 miles (42 kilometers) and related umbilical distribution hardware.

The engineering company said that the manufacture of the umbilicals was expected to start in the first quarter of 2019 with deliveries scheduled during the first half of 2020.

Rod Larson, President and Chief Executive Officer, stated, “We are encouraged by these awards, which reinforce Oceaneering as a market-leading supplier of subsea umbilicals and hardware.”

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