From the Field
Sapura secures contracts in Mexico, Malaysia
MEXICO CITY, November 22, 2018 – Multinational EPC services company Sapura Energy has received contracts worth MYR 1.75 billion (USD 417 million) for work in Mexico and Malaysia, the company said in a Wednesday press statement.
Sapura has been contracted by Pan American Energy’s Mexican subsidiary Hokchi Energy to carry out engineering, procurement, transportation, installation, pre-commissioning and commissioning services for the offshore Hokchi field’s central wellhead and satellite platforms.
For Eni Mexico, the company will be responsible for engineering, transport, construction, installation and pre-commissioning for onshore pipelines, sealines, fibre-optic cables and the Miztón field wellhead platform in Contract Area 1.
The company’s subsidiary Sapura Subsea Services will also carry out pan-Malaysia underwater services for Repsol Oil & Gas Malaysia, Kebabangan Petroleum Operating Company, Sarawak Shell and Sabah Shell Petroleum Company and Murphy Sarawak Oil and Murphy Sabah Oil. Work under the five-year contract will include vessel and remotely operated vehicle provision, as well as inspection, diving and repair services.