MMHE Wins 2 Offshore Jobs in Malaysia

December 2, 2019

Image: Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Berhad
Image: Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Berhad

Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering (MMH) has secured a contract from Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd for the Bekok oil project and another from Hess Exploration and Production Malaysia B.V.
 
MMHE has won a contract from Petronas Carigali to undertake the provision of engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning (EPCIC) for the Bekok oil project.

The works include the supply and installation of new BEDP-A and BEDP-B wellhead platforms, which consist of topsides, substructures, and bridges linking each of the topside to the existing Bekok-A and Bekok-B platforms, respectively.

The fabrication works are to be completed in nine months until the ready-for-rig stage.

MMHE has also won a contract for Bergading Central Processing Platform Mercury Removal Unit (CPP-MRU) integration project from Hess.

It covers engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning (EPCC) works for Bergading MRU module. Upon completion, the module will be installed and integrated to the existing Bergading CPP, North Malay Basin.

Wan Mashitah Wan Abdullah Sani, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Berhad (MHB), parent company of MMHE, said: “These new contracts signify continued trust of our clients in our capability in providing innovative solutions with the highest standard of safety, quality, time and cost. Our focus remains to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in the execution of project deliverables as per targets set”.



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