Norway's IKM Gruppen subsidiary PT IKM Indonesia bagged a subcontract from PT McDermott Indonesia for the offshore Kepodang Gas Field Project in the Muriah Production Sharing Contract (PSC), which is located around 112 miles (180 kilometers) northeast of Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia.
McDermott was awarded a contract by Malaysia's Petronas Carigali affiliate PC Muriah in February to develop offshore surface facilities and an infield flowline for the Kepodang gas field, which lies in water depths of 197 to 230 feet (60 to 70 meters). Under the contract, McDermott will procure, construct, install and commission a 5,802-ton central processing platform, a 1,298-ton wellhead platform, a 1.7-mile long, 0.8-foot diameter infield flowline as well as install remote control facilities at the onshore receiving facilities.
PT IKM Indonesia's workscope includes project management, provision of labor, equipment and consumables. The firm will carry out flange management, valve leak testing, chemical cleaning, hot oil flushing, hydraulic tuding flushing and nitrogen helium leak test.
"Project is scheduled to commence in October 2013 over a period of 10 months in Batam, Indonesia," PT IKM Indonesia said in a press release.
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