Sapura Energy announced it has secured new work in in Malaysia, Thailand and Brunei worth approximately RM 774 million ($184.9 million). The three new contracts and two contract extensions bring the value of its cumulative contract wins year-to-date to about RM3.1 billion ($740.7 million), it said.
Sapura Fabrication has been awarded a contract from Brunei Shell Petroleum Company (BSP) for the provision of engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) works for the Salman project in Brunei. The project is divided into two parts consisting of the Salman greenfield scope and the Egret East greenfield scope.
The Salman greenfield scope entails EPCI works and support for hook-up, precommissioning and commissioning of wellhead platform and substructures, pipelines and umbilical, water and chemical injection module, along with a construction yard upgrade. The Egret East greenfield scope consists of front-end engineering design (FEED) services with an optional EPCI scope for wellhead platforms, substructures and pipelines.
In Malaysia, Sapura Fabrication was awarded a contract from PETRONAS Carigali for the provision of procurement, construction, hook-up and commissioning (PCC), and start-up works of BNJTK BN-84 well tie-in for Bardegg-2 and the Baronia enhanced oil recovery (EOR) development project.
For its drilling segment, Sapura Drilling Asia has secured a contract with PTT Exploration and Production for the provision of its tender-assist drilling rig, Sapura T-17, for the Bongkot gas field in the Gulf of Thailand.
Meanwhile, Sapura Drilling Asia has been awarded a contract extension by PETRONAS Carigali for the provision of its semi-submersible tender-assist drilling rig, Sapura Berani. The contract entails the drilling of five additional wells in Erb West, offshore Sabah and the Dulang facilities, offshore Peninsular Malaysia.
In addition, Sapura Drilling was awarded a one-year contract extension by BSP for the provision of its semi-submersible tender-assist drilling rig, Sapura Pelaut.