Malaysia-based oil services company Sapura Energy Berhad (SEB) has secured four contracts with a combined value of $205.96m. 

SEB’s business unit Sapura Offshore has won subcontract works from PT Gunanusa Utama Fabricators (PTG).

Under the contract, Sapura’s work will involve engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) of associated pipelines, transportation, and installation of new offshore wellhead platforms at the Zawtika Field Development for Lot 1 and Lot 2 in the Gulf of Moattama.

Other works will include renovation of the existing platforms and installation of telecommunication and control system.

The subcontract works are expected to be complete in March next year.

Brunei Shell Petroleum (BSP) also awarded a contract to Sapura Offshore to undertake works for the Seria crude oil terminal (SCOT) oil export system (OES) upgrade offshore single point mooring (SPM) replacement.

"Offshore works are scheduled to start in April next year and expected to complete in 21 months."

Under this contract, Sapura will be responsible for project management, engineering, procurement, fabrication, transportation and installation of one of BSP’s new Single Point Mooring-1 and Pipe Line End Manifold-1 complete system.

In addition, the company will carry out decommissioning works on specific parts of existing infrastructure for the project.

Offshore works are scheduled to start in April next year and expected to complete in 21 months. 

As part of another contract awarded by India’s Oil and Natural Gas Corporation, Sapura will conduct transportation and installation (T&I) balance subsea works for C26 Cluster Pipeline Project at ‘C-24PI to TCPP’ segment and ’BB to BA’ segment.

Normand Sapura, another unit of SEB, has won a contract to provide IRM services for PTTEP Australasia’s Montara field.