September 28

TechnipFMC Picks Frames Package for Eni Merakes Field

first_imgOil and gas process equipment supplier Frames has been awarded a contract to supply TechnipFMC with the hydraulic control systems for subsea wells and subsea isolation valves in the Eni Merakes field tie-back to the existing Jangkrik Floating Production Unit in offshore East Kalimantan, Indonesia.The field’s subsea wells, and the construction and installation of subsea systems and pipelines, will be connected to the Jangkrik FPU. The gas will then be shipped through the existing pipelines from the Jangkrik FPU to the Bontang LNG Processing facility.Frames is supplying a Production HPU (PHPU), a Topside Umbilicial Termination Unit (TUTU) and a Subsea Isolation Valve control panel (SSIV Panel). Together these systems will enable control and operation of the subsea wells and subsea isolation valves for the Merakes field.“This is a fast track project where close collaboration is essential,” says Thomas de Wolf, Product Specialist Wellsites, HIPS and Hydraulics, Frames. “We have worked with Technip-FMC on many similar projects and so they know our extensive experience and capability with these systems.”last_img read more

September 21

Wilshere: Cigarette was a mistake

first_img England manager Roy Hodgson has said he will not talk to Wilshere about the smoking incident and has also backed the player to star for his country if he is selected for the crucial World Cup qualifying double-header against Poland and Montenegro in the next week. “I trust Arsene to deal with that situation,” he said. “He will make it clear, I’m sure, to Jack what his responsibilities are. I’ve had no problems of that nature with Jack, so I don’t need to involve myself in it. “Jack’s an Arsenal player who also plays for England. If Arsene thinks it’s also good for me to have a word with Jack I’ll be more than happy to do so but, as far as I’m concerned, it’s Arsenal’s responsibility. “I believe in him, I think he’s a very good player, and I’m hoping that he’ll turn up on Monday fully fit to play and then it’ll be up to me to decide whether I want to put him in the starting line-up.” Press Association The 21-year-old was photographed smoking outside a London nightclub in the early hours of Thursday morning as players wound down following Arsenal’s 2-0 win over Napoli, with Gunners boss Arsene Wenger later criticising the England international. Despite the incident Wilshere was recalled to Wenger’s starting line-up for Sunday’s 1-1 draw at West Brom, scoring the equalising goal which took Arsenal back to the top of the Barclays Premier League table. Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has admitted he made a mistake by smoking a cigarette but has insisted he will never be drawn in to it again in future. Wilshere’s 63rd-minute strike was his first league goal in almost three years and he feels he vindicated Wenger’s faith in his ability after a week in which he was asked to explain his actions to the Frenchman. “Players make mistakes,” he told Arsenal Player. “I am not a smoker. I spoke with the boss and he asked me what happened, I explained to him and we sorted it out. “He put me in the team and hopefully I repaid him. I am not a smoker so I think that will be my last (cigarette).” Wenger had said ahead of the weekend’s meeting at the Hawthorns that he “disagreed completely” with Wilshere’s behaviour but was pleased with how the player answered his critics. “He is an honest guy and when he is wrong he knows it,” Wenger said of his midfielder. “I think today the players don’t get away with anything. We got away with it a bit more but they know that’s the rules of the modern game. “They have to deal with it and I think he learns very quickly. What is more interesting for him and for Arsenal is that he shows the right response on the pitch.” last_img read more