Sapura Energy in nine offshore deals worth $450 million
Malaysia’s Sapura Energy said it has secured nine new contracts through its subsidiaries valued at approximately RM1.8 billion (USD 449,79 million) across the upstream value chain in Malaysia, Australia, India, and Mexico.
In Malaysia, Sapura Drilling has been awarded a contract for the provision of its semi-submersible self-erecting tender assist drilling rig, Sapura Berani, and drilling services from Petronas Carigali Sdn. Bhd. for three wells in Malaysian waters.
In addition, Sapura Drilling accepted an extension of its contract with Shell for the provision of its semi-tender assist drilling rig Sapura Esperanza. The contract was combined with an additional assignment by Shell to EnQuest. The purpose-built semisubmersible self-erecting tender assist drilling rig Sapura Esperanza will be used for one well for Shell in F14, offshore Sarawak and two wells for EnQuest at the Seligi field in Block PM8, offshore Terengganu.
Two wellhead platforms for SK408
Also, Sapura Fabrication has been awarded for the provision of Engineering, Procurement and Construction (“EPC”) for SK408 Larak and Bakong Development Project. The fields will be developed as two separate wellhead platforms tied back to the existing processing facility and the PETRONAS MLNG complex in Bintulu.
Sapura Fabrication has also been awarded a contract by Shell for the provision of EPC for SK408E Gorek Development and F6 Brownfield Integrated Module Project. The scope comprises EPC works for the Gorek wellhead platform and the new Brownfield Integrated Module on the F6 processing complex.
Three wells in Timor Sea
In Australia, Sapura Energy Australia Pty Ltd won an award to undertake the provision of Riserless Light Well Intervention services for three wells located in the Montara development area, Timor Sea from PTTEP Australasia. The project will be executed by its DP2 Subsea Construction Vessel, Sapura Constructor, and in-house Light Well Intervention Systems including Intervention Compensation System and Subsea Intervention Device.
Pipeline works in India and Mexico
Scoring its third contract win during this period, Sapura Fabrication will undertake Subsea Wells and Pipeline Replacement Project V for Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited in India. The contract covers the laying of subsea pipelines, installation of umbilical and topside modification at the platforms.
Additionally, Sapura Offshore has secured a lump sum turnkey Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation and Commissioning contract from Sikka Ports & Terminals Limited.
The scope of work comprises residual engineering and supply of equipment and materials for Berth A2 and modification of Berth D (additional Mooring Dolphin) at the Marine Terminal, Jamnagar, state of Gujarat, India. Sapura Engineering & Construction (India) Private Limited will undertake the construction, erection, installation, testing, pre-commissioning and commissioning support.
Mexico Sapura Mexicana S.A.P.I de C.V. has been awarded a contract to undertake Engineering, Procurement and Construction of a gas oil pipeline from PP-Ayatsil-B platform to E-KU-A1 platform (line 16) in the Gulf of Mexico for PEMEX Exploration and Production Mexico.