MILAN, May 21 (Reuters) - Saipem has secured $3.7 billion in contracts with a subsidiary of French oil major TotalEnergies to work on Angola's Kaminho offshore project, the Italian energy contractor said on Tuesday.

The three contracts with TotalEnergies EP Angola Block 20 relate to development of the project's Cameia and Golfinho oilfields, located about 100 km off the coast of Angola.

Saipem's statement said the contracts confirm the competitiveness of its integrated business model and capability to provide offshore and plant project management and engineering services.

Last week Saipem said it won an $850 million offshore contract awarded by Azule Energy - a joint venture between Eni and BP - for development of the Ndungu Field off the coast of Angola. (Reporting by Matteo Negri Editing by Cristina Carlevaro and David Goodman)