Malaysian energy services and production company Sapura Energy has scored several offshore contracts worth around $232 million.
The company on Monday announced no less than five contracts worth 905 million Malaysian ringgit in total to provide offshore construction and installation services to Petronas, Hess, MMHE, and Mumbai Port Trust. The contracts were awarded to Sapura Energy subsidiaries Sapura Fabrication and Sapura Offshore.
Petronas Carigali awarded Sapura Fabrication two contracts. The first is for the construction and delivery of Kinarut ERB WEST Compressor Upgrading Project, offshore Sabah.
The contract work scope involves the removal of existing HP compressors and reinstallation of refurbished LP Compressors at EWDP-A.
Under the contract Sapura Fabrication will refurbish Reinjection Compressors to HP Compressors at offshore at EWG-A, replace compressors associated equipment, piping and instrumentation, process.
It will also be responsible for utility tie-ins modifications and other related topside facilities brownfield modifications and improvement at ERB WEST platforms and Kinarut platforms. The duration of the contract will be for a three year expiring third quarter 2020.
Also, Petronas has hired Sapura Fabrication to carry out minor engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (“ePCC”) for Bokor Betty Brownfield & Rejuvenation project offshore Sarawak.
The scope of work comprises of Bokor rejuvenation and host tie-in works at existing platforms including LADR-A and BNG-B and Betty rejuvenation and redevelopment works involving existing platform facilities upgrades, both to support Bokor EOR and redevelopment of the two fields. The duration of the contract will be for a four and a half years expiring in June 2022.
U.S oil company Hess has contracted Sapura Fabrication for the engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning plus installation for Full Field Development (FFD) Phase 2 Facilities in North Malay Basin
Sapura Fabrication will build and deliver a conventional 3-legged Terminal Wellhead Platform and a Minimal Wellhead Platform, with associated pipelines. The scope for offshore transportation and installation work is optional. The works are expected to be completed within second quarter of 2020.
MMHE Bokor CPF
Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering has hired Sapura Offshore a subcontract to undertake transportation and installation works for Bokor Central Processing Platform project
The contract scope of work comprises of transportation and installation of jackets, piles, bridges and appurtenances. The works are expected to be completed by March 2020. To remind, MMHE won a contract to build an offshore processing platform for Petronas’ Bokor project, offshore Malaysia in April 2017.
The last contract for Sapura Offshore comes from India’s Mumbai Port Trust. Sapura Offshore will provide offshore and onshore pipeline and terminal works for Fifth Oil Berth Project for Mumbai Port Trust.
The Contract scope of work comprises of installation of 42in diameter submarine pipeline with a 5in diameter composite cable between onshore terminal at Pir Pau (Main Land, Mumbai, India) to the Terminal at Jawahar Dweep and its associated works including trenching, burial and on-shore civil works. The works are expected to be completed by May 2019.