Sapura Energy scores offshore deals worth $148.4 million
Subsidiaries of oil and gas services provider Sapura Energy has won several contracts worth RM611 million (around $148.4 million).
Sapura Energy said on Monday that the contracts were won by the company’s engineering & construction and drilling subsidiaries.
In Qatar, Sapura Fabrication was awarded a contract for the provision of engineering, procurement, supply, construction, installation, and pre-commissioning of two Nos 16” pipelines at the Al-Khalij Field located in Qatar’s Block 6 by Total.
The pipelines, which will be lined with corrosion-resistant alloy will be placed between DP4 & DP3 and DP3 & DP2 platforms.
The Al-Khalij field is located offshore Qatar some 110 kilometres east of the mainland coast and approximately 40 kilometres northeast of Halul Island. The average water depth in the field is 59 metres. Work is expected to be completed by the second quarter of 2022.
In the Malaysia and Thailand joint operating area, Sapura Fabrication won a contract for the engineering, procurement, onshore construction, transportation, and marine spread chartering as well as offshore hook up and commissioning of host tie-in and brownfield modification at the Jengka-A and Andalas-B wellhead platform, and MUDA central processing platforms.
The contract was awarded by the Carigali-PTTEPI Operating Company. The works are expected to be completed by the third quarter of 2022.
In Congo, Sapura Energy’s drilling subsidiary was awarded a contract by Total for the provision of its tender assist drilling rig Sapura Berani.
Sapura Drilling will provide the drilling rig services for three wells starting in the fourth quarter of 2021 for three months offshore Congo. Total will have a one well extension option.
To remind, Sapura Energy announced two major project wins in South America as well as a drilling contract win in the Ivory Coast back in September.