Clough in an equal joint venture with its Indonesian subsidiary Petrosea (Clough 82%) will be responsible for the installation of 50 kilometers of flowlines, wellhead frames and subsea structures for the Kerisi development project. The project is located in the Natuna Sea, 540 kilometers north east of Singapore. The pipelines tie in to a recently installed Floating Production and Storage Offloading (FPSO) vessel standing in 90 meters of water.
"The Kerisi project underlines the growing number of opportunities in the markets in Indonesia and across South-East Asia," Mr David Singleton, CEO & Managing Director of Clough Limited, said.
Today's announcement follows confirmation last month that Clough's Oil and Gas division had secured a US$215 million (A$280 million) contract for India's Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) for the development of the first deepwater oil and gas field off India's east coast.
Project management and engineering work for the Kerisi development project will be undertaken in Petrosea's Jakarta office, commencing immediately.
The offshore works will be undertaken utilizing Clough's derrick lay barge "Java Constructor" from July to September 2005.
The Clough group has operated in Indonesia for nearly 40 years.
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