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Emerson subsea instrumentation on Lundin's North Sea Brynhild field

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Lundin Petroleum will use Emerson's "Roxar" subsea instrumentation on its Brynhild field in the North Sea.

It will use Roxar subsea multiphase meters, subsea Sencorr pressure and temperature sensors, subsea chemical injection valves, and sand monitors.

The instrumentation will be deployed on a tie-back where key input measurements for fiscal allocation and production measurement will be carried out subsea.

The contract is described as "multimillion dollar".

The contract was awarded by Aker Solutions, a main contractor to Lundin Petroleum.

Aker Solutions will use the instrumentation as part of the rolling out of a complete subsea production system on Brynhild.

Our instrumentation is to be deployed on a tie-back where key input measurements for fiscal allocation and production measurement will be carried out subsea, requiring the very best in accurate and robust subsea solutions," says Svenn Haugen, World Area Director Europe & North Africa, Roxar Flow Measurement.

"It is a solution package covering both multiphase flow measurement and downhole monitoring, chemical injection and sand detection."



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