Sapura Energy scores new contracts in South-East Asia

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Malaysia’s Sapura Energy, through its various subsidiaries, has been awarded several new contracts for work with various clients in South-East Asia.

In Singapore, Sapura Offshore Singapore Branch, together with its consortium partner Dredging International Asia Pacific, has been awarded the engineering, procurement, construction, and installation (EPCI) contract for the single buoy mooring (SBM) Pipeline Rejuvenation Phase II Project by Shell Eastern Petroleum.

The contract scope of work comprises pre-emptive repair of the nearshore pipeline section, rejuvenation of the SBM system, and optional removal of the existing pipeline to ensure fitness for service of the crude offloading system to Bukom Refinery in Singapore. Work is expected to be completed by the third quarter of Malaysian fiscal year 2023.

Sapura Energy Thailand has received an award from Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production (CTEP) for its asset retirement offshore removal campaign in Thailand.

The contract scope of work consists of project management, engineering, procurement, offshore heavy lifting, and transportation spread to decommission seven offshore jackets, wet tow, and reef jacket at a reef site. The offshore campaign is expected to commence within FY2021.

In Malaysia, Sapura Offshore has been awarded new work under an ongoing three-year umbrella contract with Hess Exploration and Production Malaysia.

The contract scope of work comprises the provision of project management, installation engineering, transportation, and installation of five modules at the Bergading Central Processing Platform. The works are expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of FY2021.

Lastly, Sapura Offshore has also received an award from Carigali-PTTEPI Operating Company (CPOC) for the provision of EPCI services for the Additional Andalas Pipeline Project Phase Four Development in the adjacent Malaysia Thailand Joint Development Area (MTJDA).

The contract scope of work includes EPCI and pre-commissioning of a 29-kilometre subsea pipeline, including riser and riser guard installations. The works are scheduled to be completed within 15 months.

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