As per the contract, OneSubsea and its Subsea Integration Alliance Partner, Subsea 7 will supply and install a subsea multipurpose boosting system that includes topside and subsea controls along with associated life-of-field services.

The project will see a 30km subsea tieback to TAQA-operated North Cormorant platform, which is being considered as the longest subsea multipurpose boosting tieback in the UK North Sea.

OneSubsea, Schlumberger president Mike Garding said: “This fit-for-purpose subsea boosting system will improve TAQA’s ultimate recovery from an existing asset, through a capital-efficient long tieback.

“We look forward to working with TAQA to maximize the full value of the Otter field.”

TAQA is an Abu Dhabi-based government-controlled energy company. It operates in 11 countries across four continents including Canada, Ghana, India, Iraq, Morocco, Oman, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Netherlands, United Kingdom and United States.

The company has invested in power generation, water desalination, oil and gas exploration and production, pipelines and gas storage.

Recently in early July, the Abu Dhabi-based energy company started operations at Atrush Block in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.

The company stated that oil started flowing from the Atrush Central Processing Facility, which can handle up to 30,000 barrels of oil per day. The TAQA-operated Atrush Block is being developed with the Kurdistan Regional Government, ShaMaran and Marathon Oil.

Schlumberger is a service provider, offering services to the oil and gas industry. Its services include reservoir characterization, drilling, production, and processing. The company has a presence in more than 85 countries across the globe.