Sapura Energy scores $206 million in new offshore contracts
Malaysian offshore contractor Sapura Energy Berhad, formerly known as Sapura Kencana, has secured four separate international contracts worth around $206 million.
In Myanmar, the company has been hired as a subcontractor by PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators for work on PTTEP’s Zawtika offshore project.
Under the contract, Sapura Energy will be responsible for the engineering procurement construction and installation of associated pipelines, transportation and installation of new offshore wellhead platforms.
It will also provide brownfield modifications of existing platforms and installation of telecommunication and control system integrated to existing facilities to be executed in the Zawtika Field Development for Lot 1 and Lot 2 located in the Gulf of Moattama, approximately 300 km South of Yangon, Myanmar. The subcontract works are expected to be completed in March 2018.
In Brunei, Shell has contracted to carry out the works for the Seria Crude Oil Terminal Oil Export System
The contract scope of work consists of project management, engineering, procurement, fabrication, transportation and installation and hook-up/pre-commissioning of one of Shell’s new Single Point Mooring-1 and Pipe Line End Manifold-1 complete system as well as decommissioning of certain parts of existing infrastructure for the project. The duration of the overall works will be approximately 21 months with the offshore works planned to commence in April 2018.
In India, ONGC has hired Sapura for to provide transportation and installation balance subsea works for for C26 Cluster Pipeline Project at ‘C-24PI to TCPP’ segment and ’BB to BA’ segment, relocation of anodes at NLW platform.
The scope also includes sump caisson removal at BA platform and to divert the flow to inlet of closed drain header at BPA platform. The offshore works are expected to be completed by the second quarter of 2017.
In Australia, PTTEP Australasia has hired the company for the provision of IRM services including saturation diving and remotely operated vehicle (ROV) intervention works in Montara field. The work is expected to be completed by July 2017.