Technip has won a subsea contract from Petronas subsidiary Carigali Sdn Bhd for the Samarang Redevelopment Project Phase 2 EOR in Malaysia.

According to the agreement, Technip will be responsible for the engineering, supply, construction, installation and commissioning (EPCIC) of flexible pipelines. All these pipelines are within the range of 4in to 6in in diameter.

Technip will also be responsible EPCIC of associated platform I-tubes. Technip’s operating centre in Kuala Lumpur will carry out this contract.

The project is scheduled to be complete by the third quarter of next year.

"The project is scheduled to be complete by the third quarter of next year."

Technip will use its domestic subsea integrated approach for the project.

The flexible pipelines will be produced at Asiaflex Products, Technip’s manufacturing facility at Tanjung Langsat, Johor, Malaysia.

The mobilisation of vessels for installation will start from the first half of 2017.

Technip president for Asia-Pacific Arnaud Pieton said: “It demonstrates our capacity to leverage on our integrated offerings in both fabrication and installation of flexible pipelines.”

Recently, Technip received an EPCI contract for the subsea development of the Dvalin (previously named Zidane) field from DEA Norge AS.