Success stories

Delivering assurance
in the Gulf of Mexico

Mad Dog 2 Field  |  BP
BP improves risk management and reduces costs in deepwater Gulf of Mexico.

  • Water depth range
    4,600–7,100 ft [1,400–2,160 m]
  • Project type
    Greenfield development with floating production unit
  • Award year: 2017

Holistic approach by Subsea Integration Alliance improves risk management and reduces costs in deepwater Gulf of Mexico for BP.

Subsea Integration Alliance delivers efficient SPS and SURF services in first large-scale integrated subsea development.

Because all aspects of the technical solution were integrated for full efficiency, Subsea Integration Alliance is helping BP reduce costs, increase execution predictability, and improve technical and delivery risk management.

Background
BP required several integrated components and services to reduce costs and enhance efficiencies in its Mad Dog Phase 2 project. Subsea Integration Alliance provided a supplier-led technical solution that integrated subsea production systems (SPS) with subsea umbilical, riser, and flowline (SURF) services.

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