Singapore: Offshore services firm, Ezra Holdings has announced that it has won both subsea construction and offshore support contracts in the Asia Pacific region and West Africa worth over $125m.
Subsea division, EMAS AMC was the big winner with close to $100m in subsea projects won, including a deepwater pipelay contract in the South China Sea. EMAS Marine added contracts for offshore support work in Malaysia, Thailand and Australia utilising two AHTS vessels and one PSV.
Ezra’s ceo Lionel Lee commented: “These are important wins for us as it strengthens our presence in West Africa and growing leadership in Asia. The subsea project in the South China Sea is also a clear recognition of the deepwater pipelay capabilities of our subsea team and our key assets here in Asia.
“The Asia Pacific region is an important market for us with offshore support, subsea construction and engineering activities expected to continue picking up as oilfield operators venture further offshore. With our strong roots here in Asia, we are well positioned to compete for the many upcoming projects in the region.”
Separately associated company, EOC Limited, announced a $100m contract in Southeast Asia for Lewek Conqueror, a hook up and maintenance accommodation barge. [05/03/14]