Trendsetter Clinches Leviathan Subsea Deal Off Israel

  • Equipment

Trendsetter Engineering has secured multiple contracts to design and manufacture subsea production equipment for Noble Energy’s Leviathan project, a large natural gas field development off the coast of Israel.

Trendsetter’s scopes of work include multiple clamp connection systems, subsea distribution equipment, MEG filter modules, 2” connection systems and subsea manifolds.

Equipment deliveries will begin in late 2017 through late 2018, the company informed.

“Trendsetter is pleased to be a part of this high-profile project, and we are delighted to continue our excellent working relationship with Noble Energy,” said Tony Matson, engineering director of Projects in Trendsetter Engineering, and program director for Trendsetter’s Leviathan team.

The Leviathan’s initial development will include four subsea wells, each capable of flowing more than 300 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) of natural gas.

Production will be gathered at the field and delivered via two 73-mile flowlines to a fixed platform, with full processing capabilities, located approximately 6 miles offshore.

The first gas from the field is targeted for the end of 2019.

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