SapuraKencana scores $215M in new contracts in India, Brunei, and Malaysia

Malaysia’s oilfield services provider SapuraKencana has been awarded a bulk of contracts worth $215 million in total.

First, the company has been awarded a contract by India’s ONGC to engineer, procure, construct, install and commission of 11 pipeline systems and associated topside modifications in B127 and surrounding Mumbai High fields located off the west coast of India. The contract is for a period of 20 months.

Further, SapuraKencana Drilling Asia has secured a contract by Shell in Brunei for the provision of its Tender Assist Drilling Rig SKD Pelaut. This means that Brunei Shell Petroleum will continue to use SKD Pelaut for its development drilling campaign offshore Brunei Darussalam.

The contract is for a firm period of 2 years with options to extend for an additional 2 years.

Also, Sapura Kencana has been selected by Petronas Carigali for the provision of Underwater Maintenance Services for Sepat Mobile Offshore Production Unit.

The scope of work consists of inspection, maintenance, repairs, drilling support and other work for PCSB’s underwater facilities to be executed in the water shore and offshore Peninsular Malaysia at 0-2000 meters water depth, with diver intervention at 0-300 meters water range at the Sepat MOPU Field. The contract is for a period of approximately 2 months.

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