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    Sapura wins contracts worth $280mn

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The contracts are for work in Thailand and Malaysia.

by: Shardul Sharma

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Sapura wins contracts worth $280mn

Malaysia-based Sapura Energy has secured contract wins and extensions in Malaysia and Thailand worth a combined 1.2bn ringgit ($280mn), it said on July 21.

In the engineering and construction segment, the company secured contracts from Thailand's PTTEP and the UK's EnQuest. The scope of work from PTTEP includes transportation and installation, engineering, survey, interfacing, topside installation and handover, removal of temporary structures, and other optional works. The contract duration is for eight months, effective February 2021.

The contract award from EnQuest is for the replacement of a ten-inch gas lift subsea pipeline and risers. The scope of work includes engineering, transportation, installation of risers, subsea tie-ins and pre-commissioning of the pipelines.

In the operations and maintenance segment, Sapura secured contracts from Shell in Malaysia and EnQuest.

The contract awarded by EnQuest is for the provision of maintenance, construction, and modification for its PM8 Extension production sharing contract. The scope of work comprises project management, fabrication, offshore maintenance, construction, and modification works.

The contract from Sarawak Shell and Sabah Shell Petroleum Company is for the provision of topside major maintenance services works in various projects located in offshore Sabah and Sarawak.

In the drilling segment, Sapura has been awarded two contracts from Petronas for its drilling activities offshore Malaysia.