Sapura Energy Berhad, a leading global integrated oil and gas services and solutions provider, has announced a major contract win in the Middle East.
Its subsidiary Sapura Fabrication Sdn Bhd – Qatar Branch was recently awarded a contract by Total E&P Golfe, to provide engineering, procurement, supply, construction, installation and pre-commissioning of two sixteen-inch pipelines connecting three platforms in the Al-Khalij Field, Block 6. The Al-Khalij field is located offshore Qatar approximately 110 kilometres off the mainland coast, with average water depths of about 59 metres. The works are expected to be completed by Q2 FY2022.
The pipeline project is part of several contracts recently won by Sapura Energy’s Engineering and Construction (E&C) and Drilling divisions, with a combined value of approximately RM611 million.
The new wins demonstrate Sapura Energy’s resilience in a challenging environment, progressing the company’s strategy of leveraging on its agility and assets to expand international reach.
Sapura Energy aims to capture growing opportunities in addressable markets for oil and gas services, by deepening its presence in the fastest growing regions and industry segments.
Closer to its home base, Sapura Fabrication Sdn Bhd has won a contract from Carigali-PTTEPI Operating Company Sdn Bhd (CPOC) for the provision of engineering, procurement, construction, transportation & installation and hook-up & commissioning of Host Tie-In and Brownfield Modification Work for Additional Andalas Pipeline Project for Phase 4 Development, in the Malaysia-Thailand Joint Development Area (MTJDA).
The contract scope of work comprises engineering, procurement, onshore construction, transportation and marine spread chartering, as well as offshore hook-up and commissioning of Host Tie-In and Brownfield Modification at Jengka-A Wellhead Platform, Andalas-B Wellhead Platform, and MUDA Central Processing Platforms. The works are expected to be completed by Q3 FY2022.
Earlier this year, Sapura Energy announced that it was awarded the engineering, procurement, construction, installation and pre-commissioning of a 20-inch 29-kilometer subsea pipeline in the same project, by CPOC.
Meanwhile Sapura Energy’s drilling arm continues to gain foothold in the African continent, as Sapura Drilling Holdings Limited was awarded a contract by Total Exploration and Production Congo for the provision of its Tender Assist Drilling Rig Sapura Berani services.
The scope of the contract comprises the provision of semi tender-assist drilling rig services for three wells offshore Congo, commencing in Q4 FY2021 for a period of three months. The contract provides for an option of one well extension.
Note: Sapura Energy’s fiscal year FY2021 is from 1 February 2020 to 31 January 2021.