France’s Technip has been awarded a subsea contract by Petronas for the Samarang Redevelopment Project Phase 2 EOR, in Malaysia.
Under the deal, Technip will manage the engineering, supply, construction, installation and commissioning (EPCIC) of flexible pipelines, as well as EPCIC of associated platform I-tubes.
The contract will be executed by Technip’s operating center in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and is set to be completed by quarter three of 2017.
Arnaud Pieton, president of Technip in Asia Pacific, commented: “We are proud to have been awarded this new contract with our optimised solutions. It demonstrates our capacity to leverage on our integrated offerings in both fabrication and installation of flexible pipelines.”
Technip said its vessels will be mobilised for installation works during the first half of 2017.
The Samarang field is a 42-year-old oilfield offshore Malaysia initially developed by Shell beginning in 1975. Beginning in 2004, PCSB outsourced a major redevelopment evaluation to a multidisciplinary, international consulting team.