PBJV Clinches Contract from Murphy for Work Offshore Malaysia
Malaysia' Barakah Offshore Petroleum Berhad reported Monday that its wholly-owned subsidiary PBJV Group Sdn Bhd has clinched an umbrella contract from Murphy Sarawak Oil Co. Ltd., Murphy Sabah Oil Co. Ltd. and Murphy Peninsular Malaysia Oil Co. Ltd., to provide welding services for drilling and subsea program.
PBJV will commence work for Murphy’s drilling and subsea program from the date of the contract award to 2018, the company said in a filing on local stock exchange Bursa Malaysia.
It will provide welding services including manpower, equipment and consumables on work order basis to perform welding work for Murphy’s offshore drilling and subsea programs until the expiry of the contract.
The contract value depends on the actual work orders issued by Murphy during the period.
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