Sapura Energy secures contracts worth $206m

Sapura Energy secures contracts worth $206m

Malaysian offshore service contractor Sapura Energy has been awarded contracts worth a combined value of approximately $205.96m via subsidiaries Sapura Offshore and Normand Sapura.

The first is a subcontract awarded by PT Gunanusa Utama Fabricators. The works consist of EPCI of associated pipelines, transportation and installation of new offshore wellhead platforms.

The second contract is awarded by BSP for works for the Seria Crude Oil Terminal. The contract scope of work consists of project management, engineering, procurement, fabrication, transportation and installation and hook-up/pre-commissioning of one of BSP’s new Single Point Mooring-1 and Pipe Line End Manifold-1 complete system as well as decommissioning of certain parts of existing infrastructure for the project.

The third contract is for transportation and installation balance subsea works for Oil and Natural Gas Corporation.

Lastly, the company has secured a contract from PTTEP Australasia for the provision of IRM services including saturation diving and remotely operated vehicle intervention works in Montara field.

Jason Jiang

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