Proserv has received a multi-million dollar contract from Premier Oil to supply a subsea control system and associated equipment for the Bison, Iguana and Gajah Puteri (BIGP) development project in the Natuna Sea, Indonesia.

Under the contract, Proserv will deliver three well subsea control system, including Artemis 2G subsea electronics module, tied back to two platforms, Naga and Pelikan, at water depths of around 90m.

Bison and Iguana will tie back to the Pelikan platform, while Gajah Puteri will tie back from a controls perspective to the Naga platform. The Gajah Puteri well is the longest step-out at 21km.

Proserv Far East and Australia president Mathieu Al Kharfan said: “We are delighted to have secured this order which further cements our position as a global provider of subsea controls and communications.

“Proserv has already worked with Premier Oil on several projects and the award of this contract is testament to the strength of our relationship and their trust in our ability to deliver robust technology solutions and services on time and to the highest standards.

"Each well will have a wet gas metre, with the system expandable to accommodate potential future infill drilling."

“We look forward to working with Premier Oil in the successful delivery of this project.”

Each well will have a wet gas metre, with the system expandable to accommodate potential future infill drilling.

Proserv expects to deliver the first phase of equipment in May, next year.

The company has planned to conduct the project work at multiple Proserv service centres and technology hubs across the world.

In 2013, Proserv completed Premier Oil’s Dua project in Vietnam.