The project comprises construction of a normally unmanned platform and associated subsea infrastructure and will feature five subsea wells, which will be capable of producing about 590 million standard cubic feet a day (mmscfd) of gas.

Under the contract, Technip will be responsible for design, detailed engineering, procurement, construction, load out and commissioning works.

Technip will also supply 4,300 short ton topsides and a 6,100 short ton jacket.

The contract scope also includes design, detailed engineering, procurement, fabrication, transport, installation, and precommissioning of five 10in and 8in ID flexible flowlines; 26in outside diameter, 10km concrete coated rigid subsea pipeline.

A diving campaign will be carried out to support clients’ liquified natural gas (LNG) train and field turnaround. Technip will also deliver several subsea structures and tie-in spools.

Technip will transport and install client supplied umbilicals, trees, and flying leads as well as carry out the entire design, detailed engineering and project management from its operating center in Houston, Texas, US.

The offshore installation is expected to start in the second half of 2016.

Technip North America president Deanna Goodwin said: "Leveraging Technip’s unique combination of complementary assets, technologies and capabilities, this project offers comprehensive platform and subsea design as well as detailed engineering solutions."