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Subsea7 has been awarded a large contract by Azule Energy in the framework of the Agogo Integrated West Hub Development Project, offshore Angola

The contract scope includes the transport and installation of approximately 98 km of flexible pipes, 30 km of umbilicals, and associated subsea structures in water depths of around 1,700 m.

Franck Louvety, Africa, Middle East & Caspian vice-president, added, “We are pleased to have our first contract with Azule Energy and to continue supporting the development of the Angolan offshore energy industry. Subsea7 has been working for over 40 years in Angola and has an important track record in-country. We look forward to reinforcing our relationship with Azule and to delivering the project safely and as planned.”

Project management and engineering have commenced and will be managed from Subsea7’s offices in Angola, France, UK and Portugal. Fabrication will take place at the Sonamet yard in Lobito. 

Offshore operations are planned between Q4 2024 and Q4 2025. The contract is worth between US$300mn and US$500mn as per Subsea7’s definition of a ‘large contract’.