Sapura Energy announced that the company has been awarded RM1.85 billion worth of contracts and contract extensions, comprising engineering and construction, and drilling works in Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Brunei and Malaysia.
In Saudi Arabia, its subsidiaries Sapura Fabrication and Sapura Saudi Arabia were awarded the In-Kingdom and Out-of-Kingdom CRPO 59 for three oil jackets in the Zuluf, Ribyan and Abu Sa’fah oil fields, by Saudi Aramco and Aramco Overseas. The works are expected to be completed by the first quarter of 2022.
In Thailand, Sapura Energy (Thailand) received an award of service request for Year 2021 Wellhead Platforms & Pipelines Installation and Wellhead Platforms removal campaign from Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production, Chevron Offshore (Thailand) and Chevron Pattani.
The scope of work comprises engineering, procurement, construction and installation of wellhead platforms and pipelines and the wellhead platforms removal, to be completed by the fourth quarter of its financial year ending Jan 31, 2022.
In Malaysia, Sapura Offshore Sdn Bhd was awarded two contracts, comprising a contract for the transportation and installation of offshore facilities under the Pan Malaysia Transportation and Installation of Offshore Facilities (Year 2020), as well as an appointment as a subcontractor for the Transportation and Installation Works for the Wellhead Platform Jacket and Topside (Campaign 1) for Kasawari Gas Development Project.
Another unit, Sapura Geosciences Sdn Bhd, received a letter of award from Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd for the provision of marine site investigation and pipeline route survey services for Bestari Field, to be completed by 2QFY22.
Meanwhile, Sapura Energy’s JV company Sapura Baker Hughes TPS was awarded a 9.5-year contract for the comprehensive maintenance of Baker Hughes-supplied turbomachinery equipment under a long-term service agreement, commencing Feb 1, 2021.
In addition, its subsidiary Sapura Drilling secured a contract extension in Brunei for its semi-submersible tender assisted drilling rig Sapura Pelaut from Brunei Shell Petroleum, which covers a firm period of 145 days commencing April 2021.