COOEC's Zawtika1B EPCI Project Enters Fabrication Stage

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 3/11/2015, Location: Asia

On March 4, it was learned from Offshore Oil Engineering Company (COOEC) that the company has started the fabrication work of Myanmar Zawtika1B EPCI Project at its Tanggu yard.

With a contract amount of about USD 367 million, this contract is the largest overseas EPCI turnkey contract of COOEC. COOEC won the bid in May 2014 and afterwards the contract was approved by the local government. The project is located at the sea area about 300 kilometers away from the South of Yangon, Myanmar, and the average water depth for operation is 150 meters.

The contract includes the design, construction and offshore installation of four wellhead platforms as well as the laying of four subsea pipelines, and is scheduled to be completed in April 2016.


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