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Energean: Karish pipelaying and subsea systems installation completed

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World Pipelines,

Energean plc, the oil and gas producer focused on the Mediterranean, has announced the completion of a key milestone in the Karish and Tanin Development project, offshore Israel. Energean’s partner, TechnipFMC, has successfully completed on time the laying of the Gas Sales Pipeline and the main deepwater installations of the subsea production systems.

The pipelay vessel, Solitaire, completed the core installation of a 30 in. and 24 in. pipeline of 90.3 km length, at depths of up to 1700 m. The full pipeline installation, including a significant Tie In Manifold structure (TIM-Water Depth 72 m) and the pre-commissioning program, is expected to be completed in 4Q20, well within the project schedule.

The pipeline was laid at an average rate, excluding the beach pull, of 4578 m/d which represents a world-class performance by TechnipFMC.

The construction support vessel, Normand Cutter, completed the installation of the production manifold and subsea isolation valve foundations and structures. The Installation of the three sets of risers (2 x 10 in. and 1 x 16 in.) that will connect the three producing wells to the FPSO and then to the Gas Sales Pipeline is expected to commence in 4Q20 and be completed in 1Q21.

More than 400 personnel have worked on these offshore operations, during which zero Lost Time Injuries occurred. The overall physical progress of the Karish Development project now stands at c. 80% complete.

On behalf of Energean, Vincent Reboul Salze, Project Director – Karish EPCIC, stated: “We are very satisfied with the current installation performance on the subsea scope until now. The East Med in spring has proven to be a favourable environment and the pipelay performance has been remarkable on all aspects.”

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