Sapura Energy awarded $417m worth of new contracts

Malaysian offshore service provider Sapura Energy has secured several new contracts worth a combined value of RM1.75bn ($417m).

Sapura Energy’s wholly owned subsidiary in Mexico has been awarded two EPCTI (engineering, procurement, construction, transportation and installation) contracts in the Gulf of Mexico. One contract is awarded by Hokchi Energy for works in the Hokchi Field Development and the other is from ENI Mexico for operations in the Offshore Block Area 1.

Additionally, Sapura Subsea Services has been awarded a contract to undertake works for the provision of Pan Malaysia Underwater Services Contract under which the company will provide services to Shell, Murphy Oil, Respsol and Kebabangan Petroleum.

The contract is for a period of five years and is based on a call-out basis.

Jason Jiang

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