KUCHING: Sarawak state-owned Brooke Dockyard and Engineering Works Corp has secured two offshore modules fabrication contracts worth RM479mil from Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas).
The first contract, valued at RM290mil, was for the provision of front-end engineering design and engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning of three welhead platforms for Bokor Phase 3 redevelopment project in Sarawak.
The project, which is under Baram Delta enhanced oil recovery production-sharing contract (PSC), is to develop additional reserves. The PSC is operated by Petronas Carigali, a subsidiary of Petronas, in partnership with Sarawak Shell Bhd.
The wellhead platforms are expected to be installed at the Bokor field, about 45km northwest of Lutong, Miri, in first quarter-2019.
The second contract worth RM189mil was for the provision of engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of one wellhead platform and jacket for Anjung gas development project, some 200km offshore Bintulu in the central Luconia gas field.
The wellhead platform is also expected to be installed in first quarter-2019, and the first gas is expected in December-2019.
The agreements for the two contracts were signed here last Friday. The signatories were Brooke Dockyard general manager Norhizan Sazali and Petronas vice-president of Malaysia assets, development and production, Mohd Jukris Wahab.
The event was witnessed by Sarawak Chief Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg and Petronas president and group CEO Datuk Wan Zulkflee Wan Ariffin.
Meanwhile, Johari said he would announce the five board members of state-owned Sarawak oil and gas company – Petroleum Sarawak (Petros) – this week.
Petros is set up to enable Sarawak to increase its participation in both the upstream and downstream activities in the oil and gas industry.
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