Facilities at Kinabalu boon for Talisman Malaysia

KUCHING: Talisman Malaysia Ltd will be able to drill up to 10 new oil wells with deck space available to install additional equipment for future developments with the construction of new facilities under the Kinabalu redevelopment project.

The proposed facilities currently under detailed design comprise a 3,700-tonne wellhead riser platform and 350-tonne bridge that would link the new facilities to the existing Kinabalu platform, according to Spain-based Repsol regional executive director Asia and Russia, Ferdinando Rigardo.

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