tie back


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tie something back

to bind or fasten something back out of the way. George tied the curtains back to let a little more light in. Let me tie back the vines out of the way.
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tie back

v.
To draw something backward and fasten it: I gathered my hair and tied it back in a ponytail. We tied back the curtains so that they wouldn't blow around in the breeze.
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Woodside s Greater Enfield Development includes the subsea tie back of the Ngujima-Yin FPSO, which will undergo modifications to the topsides, hull and turret.
5 miles to Shell's Auger tension leg platform, making this the fourth subsea development to tie back to the Auger hub.
In fact the 35-year-old would rather take the tie back to Glasgow because of the monetary rewards for the Wasps and the kick the players would get out of it.
Following the installation of the Dogu Ayazli tripod and the tie-back of the Dogu Ayazli-1 and -2 wells, the Prometheus will be moved to the Ayazli location to set the third tripod and tie back the Ayazli wells.
Under that original contract AMEC successfully completed a number of major projects including two subsea tie backs from the Gaupe, North West Seymour wells and a subsequent major topside modification of the Armada platform, topside modifications on the North Everest platform and a subsea tie back as part of the Everest East expansion.
The contract also includes an option for the Rogn South Development with tie back to Garn West (EPCI work).
After completing the installation of the tripod at the Akkaya location, the Prometheus will drill one more development well on the Dogu Ayazli structure and will then install and tie back two additional production tripods on the Dogu Ayazli and Ayazli structures.
The contract scope includes the project management, engineering, procurement, fabrication and installation of two 5 kilometre pipeline bundles which will tie back the Cayley field to the new Bridge-Linked Platform (BLP) at the Montrose facility.
This focus on the automotive category is a tie back to Hampton's 1973 roots, when the company's first launch was a weatherproof padlock for spare tires.
It is designed to process production from six anchor fields and has excess payload capacity to tie back up to 10 additional fields.
5km production pipeline, water injection pipeline, gas lift pipeline and control umbilical to tie back the Shaw Field to the BLP.
Enventure's OHC seals directly against the formation and eliminates the need to tie back into the base casing.
If this well is successful, the prospect could potentially be developed in conjunction with Blane via subsea tie back to Gyda.
NYSE:MDR) ("McDermottt"), announced today that Shell has awarded two contracts for the installation of pipe-in-pipe subsea flowlines for the Habanero and the Llano projects, both of which will tie back to Shell's Auger tension leg platform located in 2,860 feet of water in the Gulf of Mexico.
Because Gannett's business units are located all over the country, it was imperative for its local business units to be able to submit financial data in a timely manner, leverage the reporting capabilities of Microsoft Excel, and tie back to a centralized database.