Sapura Energy secures $180m worth of new contracts

Malaysian offshore service provider Sapura Energy has secured five new contracts worth RM766m ($180m) in total.

Sapura Offshore, a subsidiary of Sapura Energy, was awarded two pipeline replacement projects by Shell, one in Brunei and the other in Singapore.

The company has also secured a contract from Hess for transportation and installation of offshore facilities in Malaysia and an EPCI contract from Carigali-PTTEPI for the Additional Andalas pipeline project phase 4 development in the adjacent Malaysia Thailand Joint Development Area.

Additionally, Sapura Energy (Thailand) received an award from Chevron for its asset retirement offshore removal campaign in Thailand.

Jason Jiang

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