A series of five offshore oil service contracts has been awarded for work in Malaysia and Vietnam, to SapuraKencana’s wholly-owned subsidiary,
Multiple Offshore Contracts Awarded To SapuraKencana TL Offshore.
The clients include Repsol, MISC Offshore Floating Terminals, Petronas Carigali, ExxonMobil and PTSC.
“SapuraKencana Petroleum has been awarded new contracts by clients with a combined value of approximately US$65.3 million (£49.29 million),” the company informed in a statement.
Offshore Oil Service Deals Awarded in Southeast Asia
Repsol awarded a contract for the transportation and installation of offshore facilities at the BOC-BOD Pipeline Replacement Tie-In Project in Malaysia, with a duration of approximately one month.
The scope of work includes the subsea tie-in of spools at the Bunga Orkid Development in Peninsular Malaysia, in the Northern field of the PM3 Commercial Arrangement Area.
One of SapuraKencana’s Pipelay Vessels, Sapura Diamante
MISC Offshore Floating Terminals awarded a contract for the provision of demobilisation services for floating storage and offloading (FSO) units at the Abu project offshore Kertih, Terengannu, also in Malaysia.
The scope of work includes the demobilisation and offloading of an FSO, with the option for the towing of the FSO and the installation of temporary mooring arrangements at the lay-up area, with an approximate duration of five months.
SapuraKencana Scoops Contracts Off Malaysia and Vietnam
Additionally, SapuraKencana will work for Petronas Carigali in the provision of transportation and installation services for pipeline, substructure and topsides at the F12 Gas Development Project.
The project is located off Sarawak in Malaysia and the work will be performed approximately 180 kilometres (111.8 miles) offshore of North West of Bintulu, for eight months.
ExxonMobil also hired the company for the provision of transportation and installation services for offshore facilities at the Guntong Pipelay Project.
The scope of work includes the transportation and installation of a new pipeline from Tapis Q to Guntong C and will last for two months, starting in March 2017.
The final contract was awarded by PTSC for the offshore installation of a jacket, piles and appurtenances with the option to install module 1.
The work will be performed at the Su Tu Trang field offshore Vietnam and will last for approximately three months.