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Chevron awards deepwater project to Corinth Pipeworks

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World Pipelines,


Corinth Pipeworks has been selected by Chevron Mediterranean Ltd. to manufacture and supply approximately 155 km of 20 in. longitudinally submerged arc welded steel pipes for the Tamar gas field optimisation development, in the Southeastern Mediterranean.

The project will provide critical infrastructure, as it will connect the subsea manifold at a maximum water depth of 1700 m to the offshore platform where gas will be processed before being transported to shore in Israel.

The pipes will be manufactured in Corinth Pipeworks’ facilities in Greece, and installation work will commence according to schedule within 2024. Scope of supply also includes internal and external anticorrosion coating, applied at the same location as pipe manufacturing at Thisvi, Greece.

“It is a significant project that highlights the leading position of Corinth Pipeworks as a Tier 1 supplier for complex offshore projects requiring high technological expertise” commented Ilias Bekiros, CEO of Corinth Pipeworks.

“This award, along with latest successful executions of offshore pipeline projects like Karish / Energean, Leviathan / Chevron Mediterranean Ltd., Ashdod – Ashkelon / INGL, enhances further our strategic role in SE Med. We base our sustainable growth in being a trustworthy supplier, providing top quality along with innovative solutions and building long term customer relations. All of these are the main pillars of our strategy and provide an important competitive advantage for new projects in the Mediterranean and globally”.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/project-news/27012023/chevron-awards-deepwater-project-to-corinth-pipeworks/

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