Aker Solutions Awarded Subsea Contracts Offshore Malaysia
Aker Solutions was awarded two subsea contracts from Petronas Carigali for the Kanowit field, offshore Bintulu, Sarawak, Malaysia. The first is a work order to supply a subsea production system and services for the Kanowit field, while the second contract is to deliver 18,373 feet (5,600 meters) of subsea umbilicals to tie-back the Kanowit subsea wells to the Kumang Cluster. The work order is from a frame agreement signed between Aker and Petronas in 2009 for the supply of a complete subsea production system and services for a period of three years or until the completion of the Kanowit project. Under this work order, Aker will complete the engineering and delivery of a subsea production system consisting of two subsea trees, wellheads, a subsea control system, a manifold with high integrity pressure protection system, a pipeline-end manifold, and all tie-in equipment. The subsea hardware is scheduled for delivery in 2011. The second contract will cover project management, engineering, procurement, and manufacturing of subsea steel tube umbilical and auxiliary equipment. The subsea umbilical will connect the host platform to the subsea field. Delivery of the umbilical should be completed by the second quarter of 2011SubseaIQ provides focused, in-depth coverage of offshore field development activities around the world, with daily updates on hundreds of offshore fields and facilities. Click here to sign up for the free weekly email newsletter.
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